Bomani Jones Biography
Bomani Jones is a well-known American sports journalist currently working for ESPN. Previously, he worked as the co-host of Highly Questionable alongside Dan Le Batard, before leaving the show in June 2017 to run his own show, known as High Noon. He launched a new show, “Game Theory with Bomani Jones” on HBO on March 13, 2022.
Bomani Jones Age
Bomani Jones was born on 26th August 1980, in Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States of America. He is 42 years old.
Bomani Jones Height
Bomani is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (Approx 1.88 m).
Bomani Jones Family
Bomani was born in Atlanta, Georgia, and later shifted to Houston, Texas. He is the proud son of Barbara Ann Posey and Mack. His mother serves as an economist while his father works as a political scientist. Bomani has a lovely sister called Tayari Jones who is an award-winning novelist.
Bomani Jones Education
He attended Clark Atlanta University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in economics in 2001. Later, he attained his master’s in politics, economics, and business from Claremont Graduate Campus. Additionally, Bomani holds a master’s in economics from the Campus of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Bomani Jones Wife
Bomani is a native of Texas. However, Bomani loves to keep his personal life secretive hence he has not divulged any details with reference to his marital status. Therefore, it’s not known whether Bomani is married, dating, or single. We shall update you once the details regarding Bomani’s marital status are available.
Bomani Jones Salary
She receives a desirable salary of $73,121 per year. This is according to ESPN sports writers’ salaries.
Bomani Jones Net Worth
Bomani Jones has stockpiled a hefty fortune over the years he has served and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Bomani Jones Career
Before his career as a sports writer, beginning in 2004, he served as a music and pop culture critic, comprising writing for both ESPN.com and AOL. From January 2008 to October 2009, he hosted two radio shows in Raleigh: Sports Saturday with Bomani Jones on 850 the Buzz and The Three Hour Lunch Break on 620 the Bull. In January 2010, Bomani launched his radio show, The Morning Jones, which was hosted in Durham, North Carolina.
Furthermore, in 2010, he began appearing as a panelist on Around the Horn as well as a contributor on ESPN’s Outside the Lines. Later on, The Morning Jones ended on August 30, 2011. He later hosted his own internet shows, known as Bomani & Jones and The Evening Jones on SB Nation’s YouTube channel until January 2013.
Starting in 2012, he appeared frequently on Dan Le Batard’s ESPN2 show, a show that is Highly Questionable, where he discussed major sports stories alongside Le Batard. Over the same time, he began guest hosting on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz radio show on The Ticket Miami every Wednesday.
On May 9, 2013, it was announced that Bomani had signed a new four-year contract with ESPN. In May 2013, he worked as the co-host of the renamed Highly Questionable which would move to ESPN in March 2015.