Jesse Kelly Biography

Jesse Kelly is a famous American television show host “The Jesse Kelly Show” on 950 KPRC in Houston Texas and “I’m Right” on The First TV, which is a bold new news talk channel on Pluto TV. He is bold enough to speak what is in his mind and convey his message and has a unique ability to connect to the world with all kinds of platforms.

Jesse Kelly Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Wife, Net Worth & Wikipedia

Jesse Kelly was born on July 20, 1981, in the Ohio Rust Belt in the United States of America. He was born into a construction family and the names of his parents are Don Kelly and Lisa Kelly. He doesn’t have any siblings and he is the only child as well. Jesse mentioned that his family moved to Montana when he was young and he grew up hunting and fishing.

Being part of his family’s construction business, he learned about work ethics from his father. Jesse attended school and high school regularly and completed his schooling education. As he grew up and completed high school, he attended Montana State University and graduated from there but he did not reveal the field in which he majored.

Career

Upon returning from Iraq and rejoining his family business in Arizona, Jesse discovered his passion for news talk radio and politics during travels to construction sites. Despite lacking political experience in 2010, he decided to enter the political arena, running for Congress in the Democratic-controlled state of Arizona.

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Recognizing the influential role of radio, Jesse made it a cornerstone of his campaign. Even after the campaign, Jesse remained a prominent conservative voice, leveraging his substantial social media following to continue discussions initiated during his political run. In 2018, he received an opportunity for an hour-long talk radio show on 950 KPRC in Houston, Texas. Within a year, Jesse’s success led to a two-hour show, which he currently hosts.

Controversy

Thursday night saw Carlson scrutinizing Hunter Biden for alleged false statements on a handgun form and improper disposal of a pistol. Bringing in Jesse Kelly, Carlson concurred as Kelly criticized left-wing elites, warning of potential conservative backing for a fascist leader. The segment highlighted the Secret Service’s reported involvement and portrayed it as evidence of Democratic hypocrisy on gun laws and a double standard for the President’s son.

Kelly emphasized the need for justice, emphasizing accountability for Hunter Biden’s actions rather than dwelling on his past. Carlson agreed, stating, “That’s right,” and expressed concern about a shift toward extremism by undermining the system that historically curbed extremist ideologies.

Jesse Kelly Biography

Real Name Jesse Kelly
Birth Date July 20, 1981
Age (as of 2024) 43 Years
Birth Place Houston, Texas, USA
Nationality American
Profession Host, Former United States Marine Corps
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Cancer

Physical Statistics

Jesse Kelly Podcast
Height in feet inches – 6’ 5” – in Centimetres – 196 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 95 kg  –  in Pounds –  209 lbs
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Dark Brown
Body Type Slim

Family

Father Don R. Kelly
Mother Lisa Kelly
Sister
Brother

Qualification/Education

School High School in Montana
College Montana State University

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Who is his wife? Aubrey Kelly
Children Two (Luke Kelly, James Kelly)
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Personal Life

Jesse married his wife Aubrey Kelly. The couple got married to each other on July 28, 2006. They have not mentioned anything about their pre-married life. The couple has two children together named Luke Kelly and James Kelly.

Jesse Kelly Net Worth

Jesse is a hard-working, straightforward, and passionate guy who takes seriously his responsibilities. As he is bold enough in his work, he earns an estimated net worth of $2 million which he earns through his job as a host on his show.

Trivia

  • As Jesse respected the armed service, he joined the Marine Corps in 2000.
  • Jesse deployed to Iraq as an infantry marine during the Second Persian Gulf War.
  • He received an honorable discharge after 4 years.
  • Jesse tried his hands in politics but he was narrowly defeated by Republic Gabrielle Giffords.
  • Berry also encouraged Jesse to try for a career in media.
  • Jesse approaches all the topics through his unique insight, knowledge, and cutting humor.

12 thoughts on “Jesse Kelly Biography”

  1. I L-O_V-E Jesse Kelly he is very witty and hilarious and a big time smartass . He is quick on the comments and straight up honest even if you dont like it . “i do have something to say to him” Im not prejudice I have a black friend I grew up with and still talk to her”>lol ,” But I am an equal opportunity bitch I just hate everyone! “

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  2. I listen at least 4 times a week to his radio show. I enjoy his humor but more than that his passion about this country and our veterans. And his views on what is happening in this country is heavy and important and I agree with most everything he says. His best (and funniest story) as I see it is when he was fired by his Dad. Still makes me laugh when I think about it. Keep up your good work and your job as husband and Father to those boys!

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  3. I enjoy your radio show on WOR at 6:00 p.m. in New York. I am interested in the name of the pepper spray gun you mentioned on your program. Could you respond to my request. Thank you.

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  4. I’m a Fellow Marine Ma’am, I saw your question . .It’s Called “Hero Pepper Gun” . If you Google that Ms., it’ll pop up, and remember to use code word “Jesse” for discount!! . Hope that helped !

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  5. Jesse is a Christian Fascist hatemonger. The type of Christian that wouldn’t know the difference between Jesus and a labradoodle.

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  6. Jesse:
    One eve you hung up on me!!! I did not get to even begin my story or comment.
    This was most un-gentlemanly. I ironically like your show but will give myself a break for a bit. I had wanted to talk about a very interesting subject. I however like your jokes at times. I also like some of your food choices. You need to not be so rude though. I am an RN and would not have treated you by hanging up on you if you came to me for care.

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  7. All-knowing, totally insane host of hosts…

    Do not let the tragedy of the East Palesteen (?) train derailment die as the Communist media turns their attention to their next act.

    Two talking points that have not been mentioned:

    First, Norfolk Southern had the legal responsibility to notify Ohio’s Governor (or Mayor) that poisonous toxic chemicals would be passing through Palesteen on rail. Norfolk Southern failed to do so.

    Lastly, NS’s mechanic(s) should have known before all trains that leave the yard has been thoroughly checked out, signed off on and the faulty axle in this case noticed and repaired! The yard mechanic(s) obviously didn’t care enough to a complete inspection and safety checks. NS must answer to both of these issues immediately so the NTSB has the knowledge they need to proceed with their investigation.

    Feel free to edit this if you decide to address this on your radio show. You can use my name: Marco, Birmingham AL

    No other talk show on air tops yours! Thanks for your off-the-cuff honesty and humor!

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  8. Hi Jesse, I’m a 75 yr old USAF Vet, 1965 to 1969, and I listen to your show almost every night on WOAI AM1200 in San Antonio unless the Spurs are playing. I’m also an avid plastic Modeler. We have a model club in San Antonio, Alamo Squadron IPMS.com We are hosting the IPMS Nationals 2023 in San Marcos August 2-5. I heard that you are always looking for interesting places to visit with your 3 boys. If you built models as a boy or you have introduced your boys to the hobby, consider visiting NATS2023. There are 2 model shows in the Houston area before the Nats that you may want to take your boys too. May 6 in Stafford- Modelmania 2023 and June 17 – Seabrook Houston Automotive Modelers Association (HAMS) hosts 2023 Space City Shootout Model Car Contest. It’s a fun hobby for all ages.

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