Jann Wenner Bio

Relationship Statistics of Jann Wenner

What is Jann Wenner marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):In Relation
How many children does Jann Wenner have ? (name):Alexander Jann, Theodore "Theo" Simon, Edward Augustus, Noah, Jude, and India
Is Jann Wenner having any relationship affair ?: No
Is Jann Wenner gay ?: No

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Jann was previously married to Jane Schindelheim in 1967. They also welcomed three sons, Alexander Jann, Theodore “Theo” Simon, and, Edward Augustus.

However, the couple couldn’t continue their married life and divorced after 28 years in 1995. Soon after that, Jann began to date Matt Nye. Together, they have also adopted three children twins Jude and India Rose, and Noah.

Currently, Jann and Matt are living happily.

Who is Jann Wenner?

Jann Wenner the co-founder and publisher of the magazine Rolling Stone. Furthermore, he is also the former owner of Men’s Journal magazine.

He is also the winner of Norman Mailer Prize, Lifetime Achievement in Magazine Publishing in 2o10. In addition, he was also ranked 5 of 50 influential people in The New York Observer’s “The New Power Gays” article in 2011.

Jann Wenner Early life, Childhood, and Education

Jann was born on January 7, 1946, in New York City, New York, United States. He grew up in a Jewish family. Furthermore, his family separated in 1958.

Talking about his education, Jann completed his high school from Chadwick School in 1963. Furthermore, he has also enrolled at the University of California, Berkeley. Later, he dropped out from the University.

Jann Wenner Career, Net Worth, and Awards

Jann began his career as the magazine’s spinoff newspaper at Ramparts. Later, in 1967, they formed Rolling Stone in San Francisco. During the starting period, Jann borrowed money from his family and opened Rolling Stone.

He has been writing and forming many of the magazine’s famous Rolling Stone Interviews. Some of the best interviews include Bill Clinton, Al Gore, John Kerry, and Barack Obama for the magazine during their election campaigns. Furthermore, he has also started the magazine Family Life in 1993.

Besides this, Jann has also bought a share in US Weekly along with The Walt Disney Company. Later, he purchased the share of The Walt Disney Company and owned 100%. Currently, Jann is the owner of US Weekly. Additionally, he also released a video games-based website named Glixel in 2016.

Being the owner co-founder of Rolling Stone, Jann bags mouth-watering amount of money from his profession. Currently, he has a net worth of $700 million but her salary is not revealed.

So far, he has won Norman Mailer Prize, Lifetime Achievement in Magazine Publishing in 2010.

Jann Wenner Rumors and Controversy

Once, Jann was dragged into a huge controversy. During the selection of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame category, many fans blame on Wenner for keeping several popular artists out of the Hall of Fame.

Jann had faced another controversy as he canceled the coverage of Hunter S. Thompson for the 1976 Presidential Campaign without informing him. Furthermore, Thompson again stuck in a trouble as Jann didn’t support him in the Vietnam War.

Moreover, Thompson found himself in Vietnam without health insurance or additional financial support.

Jann Wenner Body Measurements

There is not any information regarding his height and weight. Furthermore, he has blue eyes and brown hair.

Social Media Profile

Jann is not active on social media. He doesn’t hold any social accounts such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

References: (celebritynetworth.com)

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