Who is Jason Reid?
Jason Reid is well known as the husband of MSNBC correspondent Joy Reid. Joy hosted AM Joy, the weekly MSNBC morning show, and now hosts The ReidOut which airs at 7 pm every weeknight.
Jason on the other hand became popular due to his relationship with Joy Reid. Joy is known for being vocal on her show and Twitter when it comes to slamming politicians
Jason Reid Age
Jason is probably in his 50s. He celebrates his birthday every May 15th.
Jason Reid Occupation
Reid graduated with a bachelor’s degree in film and video production in May 1994. He works as a writer and director on the Discovery Channel. He is the co-founder of a production company called the ImageLab Media Group.
Jason’s company focuses on making feature films, post-production, and making documentaries. He has previously won the People’s Choice Award and a Webby Award. He previously worked as a freelance editor for NBC in 2012.
Jason Reid Wife
Jason is married to his wife Joy-Ann M. Lomena-Reid. They have been married since 1997. The couple however keeps their relationship private and not much is known about them. Reid and his wife have three children and live in New York City.
Jason Reid Children
Reid and his wife Joy have two sons and a daughter called Nasir, Jmar, and Winsome. His son Jmar is an actor and model.
Jason Reid’s Net Worth
Reid has an estimated net worth of $500, 000 as a writer and editor.
Jason Reid and Joy Reid
Jason’s wife Joy Reid is a journalist, tv host, and author. She works for MSNBC as a political commentator and national commentator. Joy was born and raised in New York City by her parents. Her mother is from Guyana while her father is from the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Joy Reid’s father was an engineer while her mother was a college professor and nutritionist. She was mostly raised by her mother as her father was never around. Her father eventually went back to Congo after they got divorced.
Reid’s mother, unfortunately, died of breast cancer when she was 17 years old. She moved to Brooklyn from Denver, Colorado where she lived with her aunt.
Joy Reid eventually graduated from Harvard University where she studied film. Her college experience was quite challenging as she had to adapt to the people and environment as well as pay for her own bills and tuition fees.
Joy Reid MSNBC
Joy Reid began her journalism career in 1997 working for WSVN Channel 7 in South Florida. She had a brief break from journalism for almost three years when she was involved in politics.
Reid became the co-host of Wake Up South Florida on WTPS alongside James Thomas. She was also the political columnist for Miami Herald and the managing editor for The Grio. From 2000 to 2014, she ran her own blog The Reid Report where she shared her political view of what was happening at that time.
For one year, Reid hosted her own show The Reid Report on MSNBC. The show was later canceled and she was named the national correspondent for MSNBC. She has since hosted AM Joy, a political weekend-morning talk show, and The ReidOut, a new Washington-based weeknight commentary show on MSNBC.