Jann Carl Bio, Age, Husband, Net, Entertainment Tonight, KTLA-TV

Jann Carl Bio, Age, Husband, Net, Entertainment Tonight, KTLA-TV

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Jann Carl Biography

Jann Carl co-hosts and owns part of the syndicated TV show Small Town Big Deal. Carl and his co-host, Rodney K. Miller, bring you inspiring stories about people, places, and events from across the United States. The show premiered on the RFD-TV cable network on September 6, 2012. Since 2012, Small Town Big Deal has aired nearly 100 episodes and is now seen on the network and local television stations in nearly 80% of UNITED STATES.

How old is Jan Carl? – Age

She is 62 years old on May 19, 2022. She was born in 1960 in Carthage, Missouri, United States.

Jann Carl Mari

She is married to David Sears. The couple have two children; Katherine Sears and Matthew Sears.

Jann Carl net worth

She has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Jann Carl Entertainment Tonight

Carl is also well known for her 14 years on the set of Entertainment Tonight. His interviews with influential journalists brought him national fame. Brad Pitt, Oprah Winfrey, Tom Cruise, Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, Diane Sawyer, and Barack and Michelle Obama are among the best known. She started her career as a reporter for WLS in Chicago. She then moved to Los Angeles, where she reported for KABC and hosted the magazine show “Eye on LA.”

Jann Carl America’s Next Top Model

Carl has appeared on the reality shows Candid Camera and America’s Next Top Model. She has co-hosted the Oscars show “Oscar Countdown”, the Emmy pre-show, the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon and the Tournament of Roses Parade on CBS and HGTV.

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Jann CarlCareer

Carl co-hosted KTLA-TV with Los Angeles broadcast legend Hal Fishman in the late 1980s and early 1990s, where she won three Emmys. Carl then worked as an executive producer on Sold! to show. Carl has been involved with the Muscular Dystrophy Association for over 25 years. After co-hosting the MDA Labor Day Telethon in Los Angeles for eight years, Jerry Lewis cast her as the national co-host in 1996. Carl describes MDA and people with muscular dystrophy as “a family.” In 2012, she celebrated her 17th year on the coast-to-coast broadcast. She has also served as National Vice President and National Board Member of MDA.

MDA awarded him the Directors’ Award and the Paragon Award for his contributions. Carl is a fan of his alma mater, the University of Missouri, in addition to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. She served as the school’s tiger mascot and the grand marshal of Mizzou’s reunion. Carl has also served as emcee for the “Model Citizen” fashion shows. These performances benefit the Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders at the University of Missouri. Carl received the “Distinguished Service Award” from the University of Missouri Alumni Association in November 2016, the highest honor given to a University of Missouri alumnus.