The resident of Florida, Aphrodite Alicia Jones, reportedly earns around $500,000, as her yearly salary from the network. As of 2018, She reportedly has an estimated net worth of over $5 million. Details about her husband aren't available yet.
Aphrodite Alicia Jones was born on November 28, 1958, in Chicago, Illinois to Captain Ashton Blair Jones Jr. and Maria Kalloumenous. She holds an American nationality and belongs to the White ethnic group. Further, Jones spent her childhood with her sister Janet and her star sign is Sagittarius.
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Aphrodite's father was communication and tactical officer in the world war II. Later he was made Director of Navy Material Laboratory located in Brooklyn, New York where he married to Maria. Besides, he is also the winner of title Rear Admiral from Navy.
Aphrodite joined the University of California, Los Angeles and acquired her Bachelor's degree there.
Aphrodite Alicia Jones is one of the most popular Investigation Discovery Channel anchors who has made a successful career as a reporter and host. As Discovery is a popular Network, it is well known for paying a heavy amount of salary to its reporters.
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As Aphrodite Jones is a regular anchor, She earns a decent amount of salary from the network. The American writer/reporter/anchor Aphrodite Alicia Jones has an estimated net worth of $5 million.
Being a producer, reporter, as well as author, Aphrodite has earned a decent sum of income. Reporting is not only the source of her income besides she is a brilliant writer and her books add some extra amount in her net worth.
As of 2018, the reporter receives an annual salary of $500,000 from her successful reporting career. Further, crime reporter receives an added sum of money from her radio and TV guest appearances.
Aphrodite's first reporting job was for the United Features Syndicate. Jones published her first book named The FBI Killer which is about Mark Putnam, first FBI agent convicted of homicide.
Based on her book, the film "Betrayed by Love" was made. Jones' second book, Cruel Sacrifice, chronicled the murder by four other teenage girls of Indiana teenager Shanda Sharer in 1992. The subject of the book cost Jones her job at Cumberland College, a conservative Baptist institution.
In 1994, Cruel Sacrifice was on the New York Times Best Seller List for three months. In 1996, she published All She Wanted based on the last weeks of 1993 raped and murdered Brandon Teena 's life.
The book was originally intended to provide the source material for the Academy Award-winning film Boys Don't Cry, starring Hilary Swank, but the film was extensively rewritten, prompting Jones to sue his distributor, Fox Searchlight Pictures.
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In addition, Aphrodite is the host and executive producer of the documentary TV series True Crime with Aphrodite Jones, which was launched in 2010.
Aphrodite Jones got married in 2010. Further details about her personal life/affair were not disclosed by Jones. The marriage date, children and information about her probable husband were kept secret by her. Furthermore, she never talked about her husband in front of the media.
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The famous author and crime reporter is a charming personality with blonde hair and brown eyes along with curved body shape.
Other than being a famous author, Jones is quite popular in social media with a huge number of followers. In addition, she has 12 k followers on her Twitter and above thousand subscribers in her Youtube channel.
She currently, lives in Florida, along with her family, and has a beautiful home there.