Jenn Brown (Sports Presenter and Tv Personality), born on March 23, 1981 in Gainesville, Florida, USA. Jenn Brown's age 37 years & Zodiac Sign Aries, nationality American (by birth) & Race/Ethnicity is White. Let's check, How Tall is Jenn Brown?
Jenn Brown Bio
Jenn Brown Height
5 ft 4 in (161 cm/)
|Height & Weight|
|Height (in Feet-Inches)||5 ft 4 in|
|Height (in Centimeters)||161 cm|
|Height (in Meters)|
|Weight (in Kilograms)||50 kg|
|Weight (in Pounds)||110 lbs|
Jenn Brown Body Measurements
Jenn Brown's full body measurements are 38 in (97 cm) - 42B (US) / 95B (EU) B (US) - 27 in (69 cm) - 38 in (99 cm) .
|Bust Size||38 in (97 cm)|
|Bra Size||42B (US) / 95B (EU) B (US)|
|Waist Size||27 in (69 cm)|
|Hips Size||38 in (99 cm)|
Jenn Brown FAQs
How old is Jenn Brown Survivor?
So what does this have to do with Jenn Brown, the latest contestant voted off Survivor? As one of the more laid back contestants, the 23-year-old sailing instructor mentally checked out after her friend Hali Ford was voted off.
Why did Jenn leave Survivor?
I didn’t like it. I didn’t want anything to do with it and it was one of the big catalysts for me wanting to get out of there,” she said. Despite her interest in leaving, Jenn gave one last crack to play the game by approaching blue-collar Dan Foley about taking out a power-player.
Where is Jenn Brown?
Brown resides in Los Angeles, California. She is married to actor Wes Chatham.
Jennifer Lynne Brown is an American sports broadcaster and television host. A former Division I Collegiate Athlete for the University of Florida, she is often on the sidelines of the biggest college football and baseball games for ESPN. She was the first female correspondent for Inside the NFL and can be regularly seen covering both boxing and MMA. She spent eight years as a reporter and host for ESPN and recently sidelined the show American Ninja Warrior. Brown spent two years working for the NFL Network as a studio host and reporter. Prior to working with NFL Network, Brown spent 8 years as a reporter and host for ESPN. She spent 3 years reporting from the college football sidelines on ESPN’s Thursday Night Primetime Game along with ABC and ESPN’s Saturday Noon Package. She also served as a reporter for College GameDay, the College World Series, Little League World Series, Summer and Winter X Games, the NFL Draft, National Signing Day 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 popular college football show RoadTrip with Jonathan Drubner which covered the biggest college football and basketball rivalry games throughout the year.Read Full Biography Wikipedia