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Jon Kelley Biography

Jon Kelley is an American sportswriter, producer, novelist, and television personality. He attended the University of Nebraska, where he played running back for four seasons before earning a Bachelor of Arts in broadcast journalism.

Jon Kelley Age

He was born on August 5, 1965, in Lincoln, Nebraska, USA. He celebrates his birthday on August 5th each year. Kelley is 58 years old.

Jon Kelley Height

Kelley stands at 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 meters) tall.

Jon Kelley Education

He attended the University of Nebraska and played running back for four seasons before earning a Bachelor of Arts in broadcast journalism.

Jon Kelley Family

Kelley was up in Lincoln, Nebraska, with his single mother, Peggy Kelley. Jon’s mother worked for the Lincoln Journal and Star newspaper for over 25 years.

Jon Kelley Wife

Kelley is married to Milan Kelley, and the couple has three children: a boy and two daughters.

Jon Kelley Salary

Kelley’s annual pay ranges from $40,000 to $110,500.

Jon Kelley’s Net Salary

Kelley’s net worth is between $1 and $5 million.

Jon Kelley Career

During his early years in broadcasting, he worked as a weekend sports anchor and reporter for WDAF-TV, Channel 4, and the Fox station in Kansas City, Missouri. He also worked as a news reporter for KMTV-TV in Omaha, Nebraska. Kelley began his career as a weekend sports anchor and reporter for KTIV-TV in Sioux City, Iowa.

Jon was the principal anchor for Fox Sports Network’s “The National Sports Report,” as well as the weekly feature “Baseball Today.”

He co-hosted ABC’s “Holiday with the Stars” in December 2007, and most recently co-hosted “All-Star Tribute to Movies” on Oscar Sunday. His broadcasting career has spanned 15 years in news, entertainment, and sports. In 2008, he presented the summer relaunch of the reality TV series The Mole, which had previously been hosted by Anderson Cooper and Ahmad Rashad.

Kelley will co-anchor the morning show for the NBC affiliate in San Francisco, according to an announcement made July 8, 2011.In November 2013, Kelly relocated from San Francisco to Chicago to co-anchor Good Day Chicago for Fox-owned station WFLD.

In June 2016, he collaborated with media magnate Byron Allen, joining Allen’s Entertainment Studios. He expected to host and produce several of Allen’s television assets, including the return of the late 1960s game show Funny You Should Ask, which debuted in syndication in the fall of 2017. He also joins Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures, working with Freestyle Releasing, which Allen acquired in 2015. He also creates content for Entertainment Studios’ video news website,


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