Born in December 21, 1975, Jemele Hill is an American sports journalist who previously wrote a column for ESPN.com’s Page 2 and hosted ESPN’s His and Hers. In February 6, 2017, Hill and Michael Smith became the hosts of ESPN’s flagship SportsCenter. For more information on Jemele, read the article below.
Before Fame: Before fame, she graduated from Michigan State University.
Jemele Hill Family/Religion/Parents
Born in Detroit, Michigan, Jemele is the daughter of Denise Dennard. In an interview she stated that both of her parents were drug addicts when they were young adult.
Jemele Hill Affair/Boyfriend/Married
There has not been much information regarding her love life. Although it is known through Instagram that she has a boyfriend, the name is kept private. For more information, contact her on twitter and Instagram.
Profile / Wiki / Information
- Full Name: Jemele Juanita Hil
- Nicknames: Jemele Hill
- Birthday: December 21, 1975
- Age: 41 years old
- Birthplace: Detroit, Michigan
- Current Residence: United States
- Education: Michigan State University
- Profession: Sports Journalist
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity/Race: Black
- Religion: Christian
- Zodiac: Sagittarius
- Spouse/Wife: Not Available
- Boyfriend: Name not available
- Net Worth: $4 million USD (approx)
- Height: 5 feet 6 inches
- Weight: Not Available
- Feet Size: Not Available
- Dress Size:
- Shoe Size: Not Available
- Chest Size: Not Available
- Bra Size/ Breast Size: Not Available
Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know
- Her boyfriend, whose identity is private also attended Michigan State University.
- Her father was a heroin addict as a young adult.
- When she was five years old, her mother Denise Dennard was raped at gunpoint.
- In November 2016, she surprised her mother with a Brand new Mercedes-Benz.
- Hill began her career as general assignment sports writer for the Raleigh News & Observer.
- In 2007, Hill won the inaugural McKenzie Cup, which is given in tribute to sports editor Van McKenzie, at the annual Poynter Media Summit.
- She Was Chosen by ABC to Moderate a Discussion on Race With President Obama
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