Jamie Wax Biography
Jamie Wax is a media personality serving as a correspondent for CBS This Morning. He is also a playwright and an actor.
Jamie Wax Age
He was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. However, he hadn’t revealed when he was born. Therefore his age is unknown.
Jamie Wax Height and Weight
He is 5 feet 8 inches tall. He also weighs around 60kgs.
Jamie Wax Nationality
Wax is American by nationality.
Jamie Wax Education
There is no information about his educational background.
Jamie Wax Parents
There isn’t much information about his parents. However, on June 16, 2019, he tweeted, “After 2 years of trying to adopt a second kid, this man got a phone call on his 32nd birthday that a baby boy had been born who needed a family. Grateful to be his son. Grateful to be my amazing kids’ dad. Grateful for all the unearned gifts life has given me. Happy Father’s Day.”
After 2 years of trying to adopt a second kid, this man got a phone call on his 32nd birthday that a baby boy had been born who needed a family. Grateful to be his son. Grateful to be my amazing kids’ dad. Grateful for all the unearned gifts life has given me. Happy Father’s Day. pic.twitter.com/5naan8va0b
— Jamie Wax (@Mistahwax) June 16, 2019
Jamie Wax Wife
Wax is married and he is blessed with two lovely daughters. His second daughter, Adelaide Simone Wax was born on July 31, 2020.
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— Jamie Wax (@Mistahwax) July 3, 2021
Jamie Wax CBS News
Wax is a correspondent for CBS This Morning. He mostly covers arts and culture and he is based in New York. He is also a playwright and actor.
As an actor, Wax has appeared as Eugene in all three plays of Neil Simon’s trilogy of “Brighton Beach Memoirs,” “Biloxi Blues” and “Broadway Bound;” as Brad Majors in “The Rocky Horror Show;” young Dylan Thomas in “A Child’s Christmas in Wales,” and as Pilate in “Jesus Christ Superstar.” His film work includes the feature film “Favorite Son,” and the Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation, “The Old Man.”
In addition to “Goin’ to Jackson,” Wax is the author of four other plays including “A Gift for Lyman Bourke” and the political-comedy “Homespin.” He composed the music and lyrics for “Goin’ to Jackson” and “A Gift for Lyman Bourke,” as well as the lyrics for the musical “Princess Sara,” based on the popular children’s book. He was commissioned by the Louisiana Division of the Arts to write the musical, “Passages,” to commemorate the Bicentennial of the Louisiana Purchase.
Jamie Wax Salary and Net Worth
His salary and net worth are under review.
Jamie Wax Instagram
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