- 1 Jenniffer Weigel Biography | Jenniffer Weigel Wiki
- 2 Jenniffer Weigel Age
- 3 Jenniffer Weigel Height
- 4 Jenniffer Weigel Father | Jenniffer Weigel Parents
- 5 Jenniffer Weigel Education
- 6 Jenniffer Weigel Husband | Jenniffer Weigel Son
- 7 Jenniffer Weigel Chicago Tribune
- 8 Jenniffer Weigel Books
- 9 Jenniffer Weigel Podcast
- 10 Jenniffer Weigel Net Worth
- 11 Jenniffer Weigel WLS Radio
- 12 Jenniffer Weigel Instagram
- 13 Jenniffer Weigel Twitter
Jenniffer Weigel Biography | Jenniffer Weigel Wiki
Jennifer Weigel (Jennifer Colleen Weigel) is a Chicago based American Radio and TV personality. She is also an author and a performer who owns her Chicago based production company. Previously, She was a morning co-host on WLS-AM alongside Mancow Muller; she nows hosts her own show on WLS-AM from 10:00 pm to midnight Monday through Friday.
Prior to WLS-AM, She hosted Taste, a program aired on NBC affiliates both in New York and in Chicago, and she also previously wrote a column for the Chicago Tribune and appeared on WGN Television and CLTV in Chicago to discuss her columns as the emcee of Trib University.
Jenniffer Weigel Age
Jenniffer was born on October 6, 1970, in the USA. She is currently 49 years old as of 2019. She celebrates her birthday on October 6.
Jenniffer Weigel Height
Jennifer appears to be quite tall in stature if her photos, relative to her surroundings, are anything to go by. However, details regarding her actual height and other body measurements are currently not publicly available. We are keeping tabs and will update this information once it is out.
Jenniffer Weigel Father | Jenniffer Weigel Parents
She is the daughter of the late Tim Weigel, a longtime Chicago television sports and news anchor, and his first wife, former WGN-AM radio reporter Kathy Worthington. She also is the sister of television newscaster Rafer Weigel. She has said that her parents added an extra “f” in her first name to differentiate her, given how common her first name is.
Jenniffer Weigel Education
Coming to her educational background, Jennifer Weigel graduated from Evanston Township High School in Evanston, Illinois, and earned a bachelor’s degree in theater from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1992.
Jenniffer Weigel Husband | Jenniffer Weigel Son
Jenniffer married Clay Champlin, a Chicago radio traffic and news reporter In June 1998. They had their first child, son Britt Timothy Champlin, on April 14, 2006. They divorced in 2011.
Jenniffer Weigel Chicago Tribune
Jenniffer Weigel is a former reporter and video producer for the Chicago Tribune. Before joining the Tribune in 2010, she was a reporter and anchor for various radio and television stations throughout Chicago, including WGN-TV and CBS affiliate WBBM-TV, where she won an Emmy for her reporting. She’s written books; “Stay Tuned”, “I’m Spiritual, Dammit!” and “This Isn’t the Life I Ordered.”
Jenniffer Weigel Books
Weigel published her first book in 2007, Stay Tuned; Conversations With Dad From the Other Side, a book about her relationship with her late sportscaster father Tim Weigel and her spiritual attempts to contact him after his death.
The next year, She adapted the book into a one-woman show called “I’m Spiritual, Dammit!” at the Viaduct Theatre in Chicago. Her second book, “I’m Spiritual, Dammit!” was published in October 2010, and is being published in German, French, Spanish, and the United Kingdom.
- Psychics, Healers, and Mediums: A Journalist, a Road Trip, and Voices from the Other Side
- This Isn’t the Life I Ordered: Setting Sail When Your Relationship Fails
- Stay Tuned: Conversations with Dad from the Other Side
- Mediums, Psychics, and Channelers
- Flush Your Fat 4good: Be Lean and Healthy for Life!=
- I’m Spiritual, Dammit! How to Keep Your Feet on the Ground and Your Head in the Stars
Jenniffer Weigel Podcast
You can catch Jenniffer’s podcast at Tunein.Com. You never have to miss any episode at all.
Jenniffer Weigel Net Worth
Jenniffer has not revealed her net worth. she is a simple person and never likes to attract public attention by publicly displaying her wealth. However, this section is under review, we will update you when details about her net worth are revealed.
Jenniffer Weigel WLS Radio
She began her professional career as an actress, appearing in productions at The Second City Northwest, the Wisdom Bridge Theatre, and the National Jewish Theater. She also performed voiceover work. In 1995, Weigel began working as a traffic reporter for WMVP-AM and WLUP-FM in Chicago.
In 1997, she shifted to being solely a news anchor for WMVP-AM, working alongside program hosts like Danny Bonaduce and Steve Cochran. From late 1997 until early 1999, she worked as an entertainment reporter for WGN-TV in Chicago. In 1999, Weigel began working as a freelance entertainment contributor for WBBM-TV in Chicago.
In 1999, Weigel and her husband, Clay Champlin, began co-hosting a Saturday evening radio show on WCKG-FM in Chicago. From 2002-03, Weigel co-hosted a Saturday afternoon talk show on WLS-AM in Chicago. She continues to occasionally work as a fill-in radio host on WGN-AM in Chicago.
In 2002, Weigel asked for an early release from her contract with the station after being reassigned to general news reporting duties. After that, Weigel did some free-lance television reporting for ABC News’ Chicago bureau and did some commercial and voiceover work. She also formed her own production company, JCW Productions, in 2002.
In 2005, Weigel began hosting and producing a weekly lifestyle magazine show on WMAQ-TV in Chicago called Taste. Weigel also has had several acting roles since beginning her television and radio career. In 1999, she played a television reporter in an episode of the series Early Edition, and in 2001, she played a news anchorwoman in the John Hughes movie New Port South.
She played a TV news reporter on Chicago Fire in December 2014. In July 2018, Weigel was hired as the director of community development for the Chicago Sun-Times newspaper. In March 2019, Weigel signed on as the cohost of Mancow Muller’s morning radio show on WLS-AM in Chicago.
Jenniffer Weigel Instagram
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Tonight, as I was going to bed, I thought about my late friend, Laura Caldwell who died earlier this year way too soon — a lawyer, an advocate for social justice, a best selling author, and the person who inspired me to write my first book. As I was thinking about her while making sense of the headlines, I reached for a mug to get some water. There she was, smiling back at me. I made this mug back in 2011 after a girls trip that formed friendships for life (and unfortunately death.) I know that if Laura were here, she would say that we can get through this with connection and communication if we remember what’s most important. Change comes from inspiration. Justice needs to be served. And love lives on both sides of the veil. #loveneverdies #gonebutneverforgotten #love #peace #chooselovenothate #lauracaldwell
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