Jason Whitlock Biography
Jason Whitlock is a prominent American culture critic and sports journalist presently hosting Fearless with Jason Whitlock which airs on Blaze Media. Before, Jason worked as a columnist for numerous magazines such as AOL Sports, Kansas City Star, ESPN, and Foxsports.com. Moreover, Jason served as a radio personality for numerous radio stations such as KCSP and WHB sports stations.
Jason Whitlock Age
Jason Whitlock was born on 27th April 1967, in Indianapolis, Indiana, in the United States. He is 55 years old.
Jason Whitlock Height
Jason is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches (approx.1.72 m).
Jason Whitlock Family
Jason Whitlock was born and brought up by his loving mother Joyce and caring father James in Indianapolis, Indiana, in the United States of America. Jason was raised along with his brother James Whitlock II.
He attended Warren Central High School where he received his High School Diploma. Later, Jason graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from Ball State University in 1990.
Jason Whitlock Wife
As of now, he is single and seemed focused on establishing and developing his journalism career. Nevertheless, there are no previous records concerning him being married, engaged, dating, or single.
Jason Whitlock Salary
Jason Whitlock’s Net Worth
Jason Whitlock has piled up a decent wealth over the years of his work and has an estimated net worth of $10 million.
Jason Whitlock Career
As of now, Jason hosts Fearless with Jason a show that airs every day during the week on Blaze Media since its start back in June 2021. In the show, he extensively covers matters involving faith, culture, comedy, and sports.
Jason debuted his journalism career when he got a job at the Herald-Times based in Bloomington, Indiana, where he was commissioned part-time. Later, he landed his first full-time job as a reporter at The Charlotte Observer in 1991.
Jason formally joined ESPN in 2002 as a writer. While serving at ESPN, Jason appeared in numerous ESPN shows such as Pardon the Interruption and Jim Rome Is Burning. Moreover, he made an appearance as a regular fill-in host on The Jim Rome Show which aired on Premiere Radio Networks.
He also appeared as a host on ESPN’s The Sports Reporters. After serving at the station for four years, he formally left the network to join AOL Sports in 2006. On September 29, 2006, Jason published his first AOL Sports column.