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Jenna Wolfe Biography, Age, Family, Wife, NBC, NBS, Parents, Interview

Jenna Wolfe Biography | Where Is Jenna Wolfe

Jenna Wolfe is an American journalist and personal trainer known for corresponding for NBC’s Today from 2007–2014

She was also a Sunday co-anchor for NBS from 2007–2012 and news anchor for Weekend Today from 2012–2014. She left the weekend Today show on September 12, 2014, for as lifestyle and fitness correspondent on the weekday Today show and NBC News.

She began working for Fox Sports on FS1 on September 2017, as a host of “First Things First” with former NFL wide receiver Cris Carter and radio host Nick Wright. She was a field correspondent for Yellowstone Live on National Geographic.

Jenna Wolfe Age

Jenna was born on 26 February 1974 in Kingston, Jamaica. She is 45 years old as of 2019

Jenna Wolfe Family | Jenna Wolfe Parents

Her father is African American and mother half African American and half Korean. Her siblings are not known

Jenna Wolfe Wife |Jenna Wolfe Gay | Lesbian

She publicly came out as a lesbian. She married NBC News Correspondent Stephanie Gosk. They together have two daughters; Harper Estelle Wolfeld-Gosk on August 21, 2013, and Quinn Lily born on February 4, 2015.

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Jenna Wolfe Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of around $2 million.

Jenna Wolfe New Book | Jenna Wolfe Thinner In 30

Her book “Thinner in 30: Small Changes That Add Up to Big Weight Loss in Just 30 Days” was published in 2015. In the book, she gives you the tools and motivation you’ll need to achieve your wellness goals with thirty small changes that add up to big results-in as 30 days. It’s all possible without joining a gym, counting calories, or signing up for a trendy class you can’t even pronounce. The perfect plan for busy men and women of all ages and fitness levels, THINNER IN 30 puts the focus on small, bite-size tips which lead to long-term weight loss.

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Jenna Wolfe on Life After Today: ‘Do Something Amazing, or Fail Epically’


When Wolfe announced in November she was leaving NBC after eight years at Today, she said her inspiration was not missing out on another great adventure, whatever that might be.

In an interview this week with Fox News’Brian Kilmeade, Wolfe concedes making the decision to walk away from Today was “extremely tough.” She also jokingly suggested that attending Matt Lauer’s Christmas parties had gotten a bit stale:

“How many times can I see the guy run around half naked and drunk? I have seen it a million times already. I mean, please. No, I am just kidding,” she said, though Kilmeade asked her again just to make sure:

Kilmeade: You are kidding?

Wolfe: A little bit. So yeah, I packed up and left the Today Show and I don’t think many people will say that sentence in a very positive way and it was the greatest 8 years I ever had. But it was time for me to go out and see what I can do with this.

Wolfe says no matter what happens now, she’s going to “swing for the fences”:

You know what? Every once in a while, and maybe if you are lucky its twice in your life, life just drops a crossroads in your lap and you have an opportunity to do something or stay where you are and doing something can result in something amazing or you can fail epically but at least you have taken a chance and tried. If you get to the end of your life and took zero chances and never swung for the fences and you never once jumped out on a limb, ever, well, what did you do? It would be easy for me to stay, play it safe and get my salary and doing the same thing over and over again.