Jenn Brown

Jenn Brown

Infobox Model
name=Jenn Brown

location=Orlando, Florida
birthdate=birth date and age|1981|03|23
homepage= []

Jenn Brown is an American television personality who is a TV host, producer, and a model. Most notably, she is the new special correspondent for Inside the NFL on Showtime as well as covers both Winter and Summer X Games for ESPN.


Brown was born Jennifer Lynne Brown and raised in Orlando, Florida. Her mother, Rita Brown and father, Kevin Brown, were both Olympic Gymnastics Coaches. Her mother created several Gymnastics schools, "Brown's Gymnastics" that currently train gymnasts for the Olympics all over the country.

Brown grew up with a passion for sports. She played 7 sports in high school and broke the record at her school for the most varsity letters by a male or female athlete with 14. She went on to attend the University of Florida on an academic scholarship and played four years on the Florida Gator Softball team. Brown graduated Summa Cum Laude and was supposed to attend law school to become a sports agent after graduating, but got her big break hosting a travel TV show on HDNet called "The Wild Side" which was a remake of the famous show "Wild On" on E!

Brown currently resides in Los Angeles, California and has been working as a TV Host and producer since 2004.

TV hosting

Brown is joining the new cast of Inside the NFL on Showtime for the 2008 season.

Brown was a correspondent with E! Entertainment Television's "E! News Now" from May of 2008 to August of 2008. Prior to joining E!, Brown hosted shows for networks like CBS, ABC, ESPN, CMT and HDNet. She was the host for a nationally syndicated Mountain Lifestyle show called "48 Straight, The Mountain Experience" which she hosted with Jonny Moseley. In 2007 she hosted the reality TV show "I Want To Look Like a High School Cheerleader Again" on Country Music Television.

She also works for ESPN and has been featured on and ESPN 360 covering the Winter and Summer X Games, the NFL, the NBA, the World Series of Poker, college Basketball and College Football.

Her other hosting credits include CBS' "The Collegiate Nationals," Bennett Production's "Beyond the List," National Lampoon's "The Great American Run," and HDNet's "Bikini Destinations" and "The Wild Side."

Acting work

Her acting credit includes "Two Tickets to Paradise" which was written, produced, starred and directed by D.B. Sweeney.


Most notably Brown has been featured in several major ad campaigns, billboards and commercials for Under Armour the athletic clothing line.

External links

* [ Official site]
*imdb name|id=2060654|name=Jenn Brown
* [ Jenn Brown] at CMT
* [ Jenn Brown] at Myspace

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