Jennifer Lynne Brown is an American sports broadcaster and television host. A former Division I Collegiate Athlete for the University of Florida, she spent eight years as a reporter and host for ESPN and American Ninja Warrior. Brown spent two years working for the NFL Network as a studio host and reporter. She also served as a reporter for College GameDay, the College World Series, Little League World Series, Summer and Winter X Games, and the ESPYs. She was a Los Angeles-based Bureau reporter for ESPN contributing interviews and reports for ESPN's news-gathering operation for SportsCenter, College GameDay and College Football Live. She co-hosted ESPNU's college football show RoadTrip with Jonathan Drubner.
|Born:||Jennifer Lynne Brown, March 23, 1981, Gainesville, Florida, United States|
|Residence:||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Education:||University of Florida|
|Occupation:||Sports broadcaster, television host|
|Twitter:||Jenn Brown's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Jenn Brown's Facebook profile|
|IMDb:||Jenn Brown's IMDb|
About Jenn Brown
Emmy-winning sportscaster known for her work on both the basketball and football editions of ESPN's College GameDay, this popular television personality also worked as an E! News Now correspondent and hosted CBS and NBC reality programs.
During her senior year at the University of Florida, she captained her school's softball team. After graduating with highest honors, she began her media career as the host of an HDNet program titled The Wild Side.
A model as well as a TV personality, she was featured in an advertisement campaign for Under Armour's sportswear line.
She grew up in Orlando, Florida, as the daughter of gymnastics coaches who trained several Olympians. In 2012, she married actor Wes Chatham. She has two children.
She and actress Moira Kelly both had small roles in the 2006 film Two Tickets to Paradise.
Information related to Jenn Brown
- http://www.jennbrown.com Official site