Jawn Murray Biography, Age, Net worth, Career, Twitter

Jawn Murray Biography

Jawn Murray is a Washington, DC-based American TV commentator, pop culture expert, media personality and social media influencer best known for hosting TV shows for Travel Channel, EPIX and NFL Network, as well as appearing on cable news channels like CNN, HLN, and MSNBC.

Jawn Murray Age

He was born on 21 April 1977, Warrenton, Virginia, United States. He is 42 years old.

Jawn Murray Net worth

According to various sources, Jawn Murray’s net worth has grown significantly in 2019. However, the numbers vary depending on the source. Jawn Murray’s net worth is estimated to be in the range of approximately $500500 in 2019, according to the users of vipfaq. The estimated net worth includes stocks, properties, and luxury goods such as yachts and private airplanes.

Jawn Murray
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Jawn Murray Career

He was born in Warrenton, Virginia, before relocating to Falls Church, Virginia. He studied Mass Communications at Norfolk State University. He was then interned at the Washington, DC radio station WPGC 95.5 FM, which kicked off his professional career in the entertainment industry, mid-host Michel Wright hired Murray to research stories for her on-air entertainment news segment because she recognized his passion for celebrity news and pop culture, while he was working as an intern

Murray launched his own career as an entertainment news reporter from Washington, DC, first with an email newsletter called Garek News before landing a weekly column in the Electronic Urban Report radio newswire and online site, now known as EURweb.com. His writing career would continue to flourish with a widely popular entertainment column called BV Buzz that he penned for AOL’s Black Voices channel for seven years.

Murray landed an additional opportunity as a vacation-relief columnist for the New York Daily News While working for AOL, where he would fill in for the famous “Rush & Molloy” columnists. He would also pen over 20 magazine cover stories for publications like Black Elegance, Savoy, Smooth and Jewel magazines.

Murray also started doing contributing segments for television, initially making his TV debut on an E! Entertainment series called “Love Chain.” He would go on to appear as a subject matter expert on both Court TV and HLN as well as doing commentary on round-up shows like VH1’s The Fabulous Life of… and E!’s True Hollywood Story Hollywood Wives’ Tales and Relatively Famous. He later became a regular expert on the TV One bio series, Life After. He was featured on episodes about Ruben Studdard, Elise Neal, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Karrine Steffans, and Mark Curry.

In late 2011, the media personality would become a regular fixture on both HLN and CNN. His visibility was increased during the week that Whitney Houston died in 2012, as Murray would appear as a subject matter expert on 21 TV network shows including NBC’s Today and multiple series on CNN, HLN, BBC, MSNBC, and Fox News. On the day of Houston’s funeral, Murray did live commentary for the inaugural episode of MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry Show.

In April 2014, Murray co-hosted ABC’s The View just two weeks before the show’s creator Barbara Walters retired. During the episode, Walters turned to him on live TV and declared: “I love your way with words.” He would go on to appear as a panelist on other talk shows like The Meredith Vieira Show and The Wendy Williams Show and taped numerous episodes on the TV One series Unsung.

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