JoJo Wright Biography, Age, Height, Net Worth, Marriage, Awards, YouTube and News

 

JoJo Wright Biography

JoJo Wright is an American radio personality, Internet show host, celebrity commentator, and film actor. He hosts the Top 40 radio show, “JoJo On The Radio,” which airs on the number one station in Los Angeles, KIIS-FM, and is nationally syndicated in more than 60 markets. In addition, JoJo co-hosts the MSN Internet show, “Go See This Movie,” and has been a celebrity commentator on numerous shows including: CNN’s “Showbiz Tonight”, MTV’s “US Weekly’s Top 10 Moments of ‘The Hills’ special,” “KTLA Morning News”, “E! News,” and TV Guide specials. Also, he is featured in two upcoming films, Battlefield America and The Helpers. He also made a guest appearance as himself on Big Time Rush.

JoJo Wright Age

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JoJo Wright Height

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JoJo Wright Marriage

The American radio personality, Internet show host, celebrity commentator, and film actor is married to his wife, Dena, and together they have their daughter, Sophie. The three live happily with their pug, jumary, and their small lab, Coco

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JoJo Wright Career

His radio career began the summer before he started high school while working for KBUK in Baytown, TX. As a high school student working a lower-level position at the station, JoJo learned that the overnight host had been arrested for writing bad checks. JoJo offered to fill in and since no one else was available, he got his big break. Shortly after, JoJo was offered his first on-air, overnight slot. From there, he went on to land jobs at larger stations, such as San Francisco’s KYLD (Top 40/Rhythmic), Dallas’ KHYI (Pop), Charlotte’s WCKZ (Top 40/Rhythmic), and Anaheim’s KEZY (Top 40).

Year after year, he continued working his way up the ladder, first landing the overnight shift at KIIS-FM/Los Angeles and finally becoming the on-air host for the prestigious station’s night show. The “JoJo On The Radio” show is well known for its extreme interaction with listeners, as well as its two recurring segments: “Question of the Night” and “Stunt Team.” The show’s current stunt team members are Karli from the Block and TJ Rhymes. Previous members include Fat Daniel, Geena The Latina, and Manny On The Streets. In September 2011, JoJo launched his XM Satellite Radio show, JoJo Wright Live! He was named as the new host of the CHR edition of the iHeartRadio Countdown as of February 24, 2018, replacing Romeo who has hosted the show since its 2014 launch.

JoJo Wright Net Worth

Information concerning his net worth is still under research and will soon be updated when we come across details about his net worth.

JoJo Wright Awards

His radio talent has been widely recognized within the industry. He has had two nominations and one win for the Radio Music Awards Top 40 Air Personality of the Year and has had other highly acclaimed award nominations including the Marconi Award for Major Market On-Air Personality and Billboard Magazine’s Top 40 Air Personality of the Year

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JoJo Wright News

JoJo Wright, who handles weeknights on iHeartRadio’s 102.7 KIIS-FM in Los Angeles, has signed a two-year contract extension at the hit music station. Wright hosts “JoJo on the Radio” weekdays from 7-10 p.m. and will celebrate 20 years at KIIS when this contract is up in 2018.

“This is the greatest radio station on the planet; the greatest city on the planet, it’s still my dream job, and I still love (almost) every minute of it!” JoJo remarked in comments to RAMP, a prominent radio industry newsletter.

In addition to his radio duties, Wright is also a regular contributor on the Fox syndicated show, Hollywood Today Live.

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The news of Wright’s extension was announced by Greg Ashlock, president of iHeartMedia Southern California & evp of operations; Kevin LeGrett, Los Angeles market president; and John Levy, svp of programming at KIIS-FM.