Terrence J Net Worth

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Terrence Jenkins popularly known as ‘Terrence J’ is an extremely talented actor, model and television personality. The talented actor was born on April 21, 1982 in Queens, New York, United States. Terrence is best known for hosting BET’s popular music video Countdown Show ‘106 & Park’. He worked as a host of the Show from 2006 to 2012. Terrence is currently working as a co-anchor of ‘E!News’. He completed his graduation from the ‘North Carolina A&T state University’ majoring in mass communication. Initially he worked in diversity office of a sports company based in Daytona Beach, Florida. In the year 2007, he appeared in the movie named ‘Stomp the Yard’ and ‘Stomp the Yard 2: Homecoming’. In the same year, he also made appearance in Cher movie ‘Burlesque’. Prior to acting, Terrence worked as a co-host of the show called ‘106 & Park’. He gained huge popularity being a co-host of the show. His unique hosting style made his more popular. Considering the success of the show, his show got premiered in ‘Germany’ and ‘South Africa’. In fact, ‘106 & Park’ is BET’s highest rated music series of all time in American television history. The show has quickly become the ‘leading music video countdown show’ on television.

In 2005, he started to work as a co-host of BET’s nationally syndicated radio show called ‘106 & Park Weekend Countdown’. The show was aired in more than 60 markets in New York and other different cities. Besides being a popular host, he also became popular as the co-founder of ‘Jenkins Entertainment Group’. It is a company which specializes in ‘hosting’, ‘consulting’ and ‘formulating marketing plans’. Terrence appeared in various movies like ‘The Heart Specialist’, ‘Think Like a Man’, ‘Sparkle’, ‘Baggage Claim’, ‘Battle of the Year: The Dream Team’ and ‘Think Like a Man Too’. As of 2014, he has accumulated total net worth amount of $4 million dollars.

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