Who Is Griff Jenkins? His Wife, Net Worth, Family, Parents
Quick Facts of
- First NameGriff
- Last NameJenkins
- Date of Birth25 March, 2023
- Net Worth$ 2 million
- CareerTV Personality
- Age52 Years
- Height6 Feet
William Griffin Jenkins who is known as Griff Jenkins is an American radio and TV personality who is currently working for Fox News Channel as a Washington-based correspondent.
Graduated From Memphis University School
Griff Jenkins was born as a William Griffin Jenkins, on December 15, 1970, in Los Angeles, California. He is the son of Sylvia Jenkins. After a few years in LA, he moved to Memphis, Tennessee, along with his parents.
Talking about education, he graduated from Memphis University School in 1989. After this, he joined the University of Mississippi and received a B.A. degree in English in 1993.
He is 5 feet 9 inches tall.
Is Griff Jenkins Married? Find His Relationship Status
The 49 years old, Griff Jenkins is a married man. He has shared the wedding vows with a former engineer for the Department of Defense, Kathleen Jenkins. They shared the wedding vows in the year 2000.
Together they have shared two daughters: Madeline Jenkins and Mackenzie Jenkins. As of 2020, the pair has completed two decades of togetherness and still living a happy married life.
The family of four currently reside in Washington D.C. To this date, there is no bad news and rumor regarding their relationship.
He is an active user of Instagram where he has more than 14.7k followers while he’s following 1.7k as of mid-2020. As per his Instagram platform, he is a dog lover and has a dog named Rascal.
His Net Worth and Career Journey
Griff Jenkins has an estimated net worth of $2 million as of 2022 from his career as a journalist.
While talking about his career, he started as a producer for Oliver North in Common Sense Radio in the year 1996. From 2001 to 2003, he served as an associate producer for Oliver North’s War Stories.
His career started getting hype after he joined Fox News Channel (FNC) as a radio producer in 2003. Soon after, he started working as a producer for the Tony Snow Radio program. He was there until 2006 when he started working as the White House Press Secretary.
As of now, he works as a Washington-based correspondent and sometimes co-hosts Fox & Friends Weekend.
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