|Full Name||Jean Ann LeGrand-Casarez|
|Birth Name||Jean Ann LeGrand-CasarezApril 20, 1960 in|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Education||University of Southern California, Southwestern Law School|
|Date of Birth||April 20,1960|
California-born American news correspondent and lawyer, Jean Casarez, is currently working for CNN and HLN network. Occasionally, she also serves as a substitute host for HLN's "Current Affairs show" and "Primetime Justice". Prior, she has worked as a correspondent in truTV.
Born as Jean Ann LeGrand-Casarez on April 20, 1960, in California, United States of America, Jean holds American citizenship and White ethnicity. Reflecting on her education, Ann LeGrand studied the University of Southern California and Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles.
The CNN correspondent who doubles as a lawyer now shares a marital relationship with her boyfriend turned husband, John Casares. Due to her secretive nature, she keeps her wedding details private.
Despite her busy schedule, Casarez has often taken out time for her husband. Moreover, the couple never misses a chance to spend quality time with one another.
Nevertheless, Jean gave a little sneak peek about her married life and posted a picture along with her husband on a romantic dinner date celebrating their anniversary on July 20, 2014. Similarly, Casarez celebrated her birthday with her love life on April 20, 2014.
The couple is now living a happy life together in New York City and rarely spotted in public events and functions. The TV correspondent and her partner, John, are yet to welcome their child.
Jean Casarez is an experienced correspondent of CNN, so she undoubtedly makes a handsome amount of money through her association with the popular network. She has a net worth between $400 thousand to $800 thousand as of 2019. Similarly, CNN correspondentClarissa Ward and Susan Hendricks'net worth lies in millions.
Casarez moreover makes an additional amount by monetary accomplishments. Her salary is estimated at around $113 thousand as a news anchor and $65 thousand as a lawyer per year.
Casarez previously worked at Court TV/truTV for a while. She has covered such cases such as the "Coral Eugene Watts trial", "the Kobe Bryant rape case", and "Scott Peterson's sentencing hearings".
In addition to her career in law and journalism, she has released six albums of Tejano music in Spanish for the CBS and Capitol EMI Records divisions under the name Jean LeGrand. In 2010, a TV reporter was nominated Peabody Award for CNN Network's coverage of the Gulf Oil Spill.
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