Jean Jennings

About Jean Jennings

Who is it?: Actress, Soundtrack
Birth Day: February 19, 2013
Birth Place:  Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
Birth Sign: Pisces
Occupation: Writer, Editor, Publisher
Genre: Automotive journalism

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Jean Jennings was born on February 19, 2013 in  Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States, is Actress, Soundtrack. Tall, slim, and leggy blonde looker Jean Jennings was born Cynthia Jean Jackson on February 13, 1957 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She was the daughter of Charles Lamar Jackson and Jean Denovan Jennings (she used her mother's maiden name for her porn pseudonym). Jean was a cheerleader in grade school. Jennings ran away from home when she was still a teenager and became involved in the adult entertainment industry after she was discovered by photographer Len Camp. Jean was only 16 when she did her first explicit hardcore movie. Usually cast as a virginal innocent because of her nubile and youthful looks, Jennings appeared in eight more X-rated pictures prior to her retirement from the adult film industry in 1979. She married character actor Joe Spinell in February, 1977 and had one child with Spinell before divorcing him in July, 1979. Jean settled down in Tampa, Florida, where she worked as a nurse and married her second husband, Roosevelt S. Booker. Jennings and Booker had a son, Alexander. Jean died at age 54 on September 3, 2011 in Tampa, Florida.
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In 1980, she was hired as a Writer at Car and Driver magazine, and in 1985 she left to help establish Automobile Magazine as its first executive Editor. She became Editor-in-Chief in 2000 and President in 2006.


Jennings has won awards for her feature writing, her car reviews, and her monthly Automobile Magazine column “Vile Gossip,” including the 2007 Ken Purdy Award for Excellence in Automotive Journalism. In particular, she works to give women a voice in the male-dominated Automotive space. She has stated that she started the website to provide a perspective on buying, owning and enjoying cars for people who don’t read specialized auto-enthusiast publications, explaining, “I know the secret car-guy handshake, so you don’t need to.”


Jennings was the subject of a Susan Orlean profile in The New Yorker, appeared on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," and was "Good Morning America’s" Automotive correspondent from 1994 to 2000. Jennings is a regular on-air contributor to broadcast media, including Fox Business Network; CNBC’s "Closing Bell," "Squawk Box," "Behind the Wheel," and "Power Lunch"; MSNBC; CBS’s "This Morning" and Evening News, and CNN’s "American Morning" and Headline News.