Jazz Jennings ("Jennings") has always fought for her rights as well as those of her local community. It's therefore no surprise that her life has been documented by many television programs over the years, including TLC's "I Am Jazz." The public is eager to learn more about the reality TV star's professional career and how much wealth she has accumulated over the years!
What Was Jazz Jennings' Financial History?
Jazz Jennings was just 6 when she was recognized on ABC's '20/20.' Soon she was invited to join Chaz Bono's 'The Rosie Show' as she went through her transition. Her parents continue to stand behind her as she strives to make the world a better place.
In 2007, the Jennings family formed TransKids Purple Rainbow Foundation in order to assist young trans people. She also founded Purple Rainbow Tails in 2013, which produces rubber mermaid tails.
Jazz later joined forces with Jessica Herthel to write a memoir titled 'I Am Jazz,' which was discovered as a banned book list in the United States in 2015. Through a digital campaign called See The Real Me, she shared her journey as a transgender child with the whole world.
In 2016, Jazz was named the most influential person on Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People List, and she and her family began appearing on TLC as the main cast embers of 'I Am Jazz.' This series will premiere in early 2023. Jennings has previously written a memoir, 'Being Jazz: My Life as a (Transgender) Teen.'
Robert Tonner and the Tonner Doll Company announced in 2017 that they would be releasing a doll based on the TLC star. This doll was the first to be openly marketed as transgender, and Jazz was soon recognized in an episode of Amazon Prime's 'Danger & Eggs' as a transgender character.
Jazz's acting career did not stop there, as she was soon revealed as a trans teen named Micayla in 'Denim,' a 2019 Amazon Prime short film that she later co-starred with in 'What Would You Do?' and 'The Bravest Knight.'
Jazz has received many awards over the years for her groundbreaking work. She was included on Time's "25 Most Influential Teens," but also Out's "Out 100," Advocate's "40 Under 40," and Out's "2014 Trans 100."
Jazz Jennings' Net Worth
Jazz Jennings' numerous businesses are expected to increase her wealth. Starting with her social media presence, an influencer with an Instagram following similar to the TLC star likely earns about $200,000 per year, with each sponsored post likely to earn another $10,000 per year. Likewise, a YouTuber like her is likely to earn about $150,000 per year.
Jazz is also a well-known TLC regular, earning at least a minimum of $10,000 per episode.