Jane Wells Biography
Jane Wells is a Los Angeles-based CNBC special correspondent who covers stories about unusual business, funny business, and other unusual jobs. Wells writes unique stories for CNBC.com and contributes to radio stations.
How old is Jane Wells? – Age
Wells was born on 31 March 1961 in Los Angeles, California, She is 60 years as of 2021.
Where did Jane Wells go to school? – Education
ells has bachelor’s degrees in broadcast journalism and philosophy. She graduated with honors from the University of Southern California.
Jane Wells husband – Family
After college, she married Roger C. Harder and had two children with her husband, where they currently live in Los Angeles, California.
What is Wells Salary?
Her salary is estimated to be ranging from $53,432 – $153,850.
Wells Net Worth
His net worth ranges from $3 million – $10 million.
Jane Wells Career
Wells worked for Fox News Channel as a correspondent and for NBC’s flagship television station, WNBC in New York City, as a Los Angeles reporter. In 1996, she joined CNBC, where she offered special coverage of the O. J. Simpson civil case for Geraldo Rivera’s “Rivera Live.” She has worked as a reporter for KTTV in Los Angeles, WTVJ in Miami, and KOB in Albuquerque. She’s also been in a number of CNN international reports. Wells began his career as a reporter for the Los Angeles television station KTLA. She went into the famed Watts’ Imperial Courts housing project in 1989, while working for KTTV, to unearth the story of gangs attacking local residents. After being threatened by a gun-toting gang member, she and her cameraman narrowly fled. The encounter was televised to give outsiders a taste of what inhabitants of inner-city public housing developments go through on a regular basis. Mother Teresa’s death, according to Wells, was her most exciting task. She recounts visiting a leprosy colony in India after the death of the Roman Catholic nun. Wells is best remembered for playing a minor role in the “Seinfeld” finale, which was a cultural event in the late 1990s. She plays an on-the-scene reporter who has a talk with Rivera about the “Seinfeld Four,” a reference to yet another rumor about the show’s termination.
Jerry Seinfeld and Elaine Benes appear to have a strained relationship. There’s a rumor that they once dated and that it didn’t end well.” “Perhaps this trial will bring them closer together,” Rivera responds. “Perhaps they’ll end up marrying.” Jane continues to receive residual checks from Seinfeld for her job to this day.
For live broadcasts of the Rodney King trial, Wells got a Peabody Award in 1992 and a DuPont Award in 1993. In 1992, she received a Los Angeles Emmy Award for investigative reporting. For feature reporting, she has won UPI, Press Club, and Emmy Awards. For news reporting, Wells has won three Florida Emmy Awards. for a group reporting, she acquired the Investigative Reporters and Editors Award.