Jenny Jones Net Worth

Jenny Jones Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Jenny Jones net worth is
$10 Million

Jenny Jones Wiki Biography

Janina Stronski was born on the 7th June 1946, in Bethlehem, then in the British Mandate of Palestine, of Polish descent. She is a comedian and television personality, who rose to fame as an anchor of the daytime program “The Jenny Jones Show” (1991-2002). Jenny Jones has been active in the entertainment industry since 1969.

How much is the net worth of the comedian and television personality? Authoritative sources estimate that the outright size of Jenny Jones’ net worth is as much as $10 million, as of the data presented in 2016.

Jenny Jones Net Worth $10 Million

To begin with, Jenny Jones she was raised in Canada as her parents emigrated shortly after her birth. Jenny learned to play the drums and eventually went along with the band Marlene and the Swinging Dolls, formed by the girls to make a tour world, which led to the Far East including Japan, Hong Kong, and Viet Nam in 1968. The band arrived in early 1969 to play in the Four Queens in Las Vegas, but Jenny Jones left the band to work with the comic Al Bello and his comic magazine. She then left the act of Bello and went on to sing in the choir of Wayne Newton. Eventually, Jones moved to Los Angeles to pursue her career as a comedian. Her net worth was well established.

In 1986, Jones caught the attention of the country when participating in the talent show “Star Search”, in which she appeared as a comedian, and as a result winning $100,000. Later, she made guest appearances on several game shows, including “Press Your Luck”, “The Price is Right” and “The Match Game”. Thanks to her television popularity, she was hired to perform as a stand -up comedian in places like Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, and Radio City Music Hall in New York, where he shared the stage with such artists as Sammy Davis Jr., Tony Bennett and Smokey Robinson. Then she toured the USA with the show “Girls’ Night Out”, which was widely accepted by the female audience. In 1991, she became the host of her own daily television show “The Jenny Jones Show”, which had many elements that are now considered clichés of American everyday conversation, such as paternity tests, sending youth to the militarized bases and infidelities. Her program was characterized by using titles that rhyme with the presentation, such as “You May Shake it for Money, But Leave Those Sexy Clothes at the Club, Honey!” Jones rejected the comparisons with Jerry Springer, saying that the program was funny and non-exploitative. During the show, Jones admitted that she had breast implants and talked about the complications. In an episode called “Same-Sex Secret Crushes” recorded in 1995, a gay man named Scott Amedure confessed his love for his automotive mechanical engineer, Jonathan Schmitz. Schmitz reacted with laughter during the program, but became disturbed by the incident later. He had a history of mental illness and alcohol and drug abuse, and three days after the show Schmitz killed Amedure. and was later convicted of second – degree murder and received 25 to 50 years in prison. The episode never aired. The ratings of the program declined in the years after the event, and the program was cancelled in 2002.

Finally, in the personal life of the comedian and television personality, Jenny Jones has been married three times. The first marriage was annulled in 1969. Her second husband was Al Gambino (1970–1972) and the third – Buz Wilburn (1973–1980). Jones does not have children.

Full NameJenny Jones
Net Worth$10 Million
Date Of BirthJune 7, 1946
Place Of BirthBethlehem (or Jerusalem)
Height1.61 m
Weight61 kg
ProfessionStand-up comedian, talk show host, presenter, television personality
SpouseAl Gambino (1970-1972), Buz Wilburn (1973-1980)
ParentsJohn Stronski, Zosia Stronski
PartnerDenis McCallion
AwardsAcademy Award for Best Actress, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture – Drama, David di Donatello Special Award, German Film Award for Lifetime Achievement
Record LabelsWarner Bros. Television
Music GroupsMarlene, Swinging Dolls
NominationsAcademy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture
MoviesWisecracks (1991)
TV Shows"The Price Is Right" (1979), "Match Game" (1981), "Press Your Luck" (1985), “Star Search” (1986), “Girls' Night Out”, “The Jenny Jones Show” (1991-2002), “Same-Sex Secret Crushes” (1995)
1[When her talk show was not to blame in 2004]: Of course I did soul-searching, of course, after this happened we went back. I thought back about the show, and we all, you know, we all talked about it. We then and now still feel we did nothing wrong ... I think it's not fair to blame the show for the actions of someone. That happened three days after they left the show.
2[When relieved that she had breast implants removed in 1993]: I finally unloaded them, I can hug people again.
3What these heroes have accomplished is so much more than I expected and is so rewarding that I have to continue. Considering the current economic crisis, I can't stop now.
4There's no better feeling than to help everyday people become philanthropists and heroes in their own communities. It's amazing how much of a difference one person can make.
1Jenny's biography, "Jenny Jones: My Story" was published in 1997 with 100% of Jenny's profits going to breast cancer research.
2In 2006, Jenny's cookbook, "Look Good, Feel Great" was published and again, Jenny donated 100% of her profits to breast cancer research at City of Hope.
3Jones established "Jenny's Heroes," a program where during 2008, through The Jenny Jones Foundation, she committed a million dollars of her own money to be given to individuals who use it to improve their communities. In 2009, Jones committed another million dollars for grants to people who submit the best ideas on how they would use the funds to make a difference in others' lives. Thousands of people continue to apply online and Jones reads every application herself, personally selecting the final recipient of each grant.
4Won prizes in her appearance on The Price Is Right (1972) game show before she made it in television.
5She became infamous on the stand-up comedy circuit for refusing to allow men to attend her comedy shows.
6Achieved fame when she won $100,000 in the 1986 Star Search (1983). Her one-woman show, "Girl's Night Out", became more than a hit -- it was group therapy for her women audiences, the same ones now tuning in for more from her afternoon talk show Jenny Jones (1991).
7Left home in London, Ontario, at age 17 to go on the road with a band.
8Lived in London, Ontario, throughout her high school years, attending Central Secondary School.
9Born in Palestine to parents of Polish descent, Jenny's family emigrated to Canada in 1946.
10Plays the drums.
11Speaks Polish fluently.
12Fomer backup singer for Wayne Newton.
13Appeared on Match Game 73 (1973) as a contestant, where she won $5,000.
14Was the first female comic to win on Star Search (1983) in 1986.
15Was a winner on the game show Press Your Luck (1983).


Talk Live1991TV Series


Hidden Agenda1990special thanks


Jenny Can Cook2010-2015TV SeriesHerself
Iron Chef America: The Series2010TV SeriesHerself - ICA Judge
The View2006TV SeriesHerself
Canada A.M.2006TV SeriesHerself
SoapTalk2006TV SeriesHerself
Jenny Jones1992-2001TV SeriesHerself - Host
Intimate Portrait2000TV Series documentaryHerself
Howard Stern1997-1999TV SeriesHerself
Getting By1993TV SeriesHerself
John & Leeza from Hollywood1993TV SeriesHerself
Doogie Howser, M.D.1993TV SeriesHerself
One on One with John Tesh1992TV SeriesHerself
The 18th Annual People's Choice Awards1992TV SpecialHerself - Presenter: Favourite Female Performer in a Daytime Serial
The New Hollywood Squares1988-1989TV SeriesGuest Appearance / Herself - Panelist
Comedy Club1987TV SeriesHerself
Star Search1986TV SeriesHerself - Comedian
Press Your Luck1985TV SeriesHerself - Contestant
Match Game 731980TV SeriesHerself

Archive Footage

Abel Raises Cain2005DocumentaryHerself
101 Most Shocking Moments in Entertainment2003TV Movie documentaryHerself
Talked to Death1997TV Movie documentaryHerself
Man of the Year1995Herself (uncredited)

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