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Aphrodite Jones

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Female
Born Nov 27, 1959

Aphrodite Jones is an American reporter, author, and cable TV host of the series, True Crime with Aphrodite Jones, which airs on Investigation Discovery. Before landing the hosting position with Discovery Channel's new network, Jones hosted a show called The Justice Hunters for USA Network, and then became known as a crime reporter for Fox News Channel, covering the trials of Scott Peterson, Michael Jackson, and the BTK Killer.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1959 Birth Born on November 27, 1959.

TEENAGE

1979 19 Years Old After graduating at the top of her class from UCLA in 1979, Jones completed a three-year stint as a columnist for United Media, where she chronicled the evolution of cable television in her national column, "Cable View". … Read More

TWENTIES

1987 27 Years Old Jones eventually grew tired of what she called "the TV party life", and decided to leave United Media to complete a Master of Arts Degree at Long Island University in 1987, and then went on to pursue a Ph.D. from New York University. … Read More
1989 29 Years Old It was the spring of 1989 when Jones landed herself a second job as a radio news director at a local radio station, and soon after she found herself reporting about an FBI agent who had killed his informant. … Read More

FORTIES

2008 48 Years Old In the summer of 2008, Jones was given her big break at the Discovery Network in Silver Spring, Maryland, when then head of ID, Clark Bunting, bought a 13-episode series starring Jones, to be delivered in 2009. … Read More

FIFTIES

2010 50 Years Old Jones has been married once, in 2010, to a man she wants to remain anonymous. “I always preferred my career to marriage,” she was quoted as saying, “but sometimes, when you meet Mr. Right, your world can turn upside down and you shift your priorities.” … Read More
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