Best known as a Comedian. American Actress Leslie Jones wins the heart of viewers whenever she performs either on stage of television. She was born on 7th September 1967 in Memphis, Tennessee and she spent most of her childhood days in frequent travelling due to her father’s job. He was in the United States Army so upon posting across the state, whole family had to move along. Leslie earned reputation due to her contribution as a cast member and being a writer on Saturday Night Live although she won’t be appear in season 45. Confirmation from reliable sources stated that she is leaving SNL.
Initially, she discover her passion for comedy since the college days. In 1987, she participated in a college contest called “Funniest Person on Campus” and with her sense of humor and performance no doubt she won it as well. Although this was just a small spark that ignited her marvelous career in comedy in American entertainment industry. Quickly upon completion of her graduation, she started jobs at various comedy clubs across Los Angeles. In December 2013, she was included in the Saturday Night Live show as a writer.
Leslie Jones Biography
|Real Name||Annette Leslie Jones|
|Birth Date||September 7, 1967|
|Birth Place||Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.|
Leslie Jones Height, Weight and Body Measurement
|Height||in feet inches – 6’ 1” – in centimeters – 183 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 78 kg – in Pounds – 172 lbs|
|Bra (Breast) Size||38B|
|Shoe Size||9 (US)|
|Dress Size||6 (US)|
|Education||Chapman University and Colorado State University|
|Brother||Rodney Keith Jones|
Leslie Jones Affairs (Relationship Status)
|What is Leslie Jones marital status? (single, married, in relation or divorce)||in Relation|
|Is Leslie Jones having any relationship affair?||Yes|
|Is Leslie Jones lesbian?||No|
|Who is Leslie Jones boyfriend? (name)||Not Known|
Leslie Jones Movies
|For Love of the Game (1999) as a (uncredited)
National Security (2003) as a Britney
Repos (2006) as a Lay La
Gangsta Rap: The Glockumentary (2007) as a Mamma Du Rag
Internet Dating (2008) as a Too Sweett Jones
Something Like a Business (2010) as a Vanity
Lottery Ticket (2010) as a Tasha
The Company We Keep (2010) as a Beverly Blue
House Arrest (2012) as a Boss Lady
Christmas in Compton (2012) as a Tiny
Top Five (2014) as a Lisa
Kony Montana (2014) as a Fufu
We Are Family (2015) as a Leslie (The Driver)
Trainwreck (2015) as a Angry Subway Patron
Ghostbusters (2016) as a Patty Tolan
Sing (2016) as a Meena’s mother Voice
Masterminds (2016) as a FBI Special Agent Scanlon
The Angry Birds Movie 2 (2019) as a Zeta Voice
Coming 2 America (2020)
Leslie Jones Television Series
|In The House (1996) as a Female Basketball Player (uncredited)
Coach (1997) as a (uncredited)
The Way We Do It (2001-2002) as a Various
Girlfriends (2004) as a Mabel
Mind of Mencia (2007) as a Nurse Brownsugar/Bodyguard
American Body Shop (2007) as a Roshanda Washington
Chelsea Lately (2010) as a Herself (roundtable panelist)
Problem Child: Leslie Jones (2010) as a Herself
Daddy Knows Best (2012) as a Angry Woman
Sullivan & Son (2013) as a Bobbie
See Dad Run (2013) as a Security Guard
The League (2013) as a Stand Up Student
Saturday Night Live (2014-2019) as a Various
Workaholics (2014) as a Lynette
The Awesomes (2015) as a Silent But Deadly
The Blacklist (2016) as a Citizen
Kevin (Probably) Saves the World (2018) as a Cindy
|Net Worth(Approx.)||$ 4 million|
Trivia: Important Facts about Leslie Jones:
- Leslie became the oldest person to join cast of Saturday Night Live at the age of 47 which was hosted by Jim Carrey.
- For her brilliant performance in SNL, she was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series at Primetime Emmy Award in 2017-2018.
- She hosted about 5 seasons in SNL but recently left this show and won’t be returned for Season 45.
- Leslie likes men’s professional soccer and she is a fan of Seattle Sounders FC.
- Throughout her career, she became victim of several online attacks on Twitter account and even on her personal website.
- Twitter users made racist comments about her in the past so in June 2016, she left social media and informed about this in Late Night with Seth Meyers a week after.