The multi-talented artist Jeff Jampol is best known for his work as a Film producer. He is famous for his film Janis: Little Girl Blue and the doors: when you’re strange. Besides working as a producer, Jeff is also an entrepreneur, Artist manager, Radio Disc Jockey, Engineer, and music band promoter.
Personal Life of Jeff Jampol
Jeff Jampol is quite secretive about his personal life. It’s no surprise as many celebrities keep their private life away from media as well.
The artist manager is probably very protective of information about his marital status. His devotion to protecting his personal life gave rise to speculations that he has a son and a daughter. Although many sources claimed it to be a fact, he is yet to come forward himself and address the statement. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California.
Dating Rumor with YouTuber Tana Mongeau
Back on September 5, 2018, Tana Mongeau uploaded a video on YouTube where she talks about a guy whom she met through a dating app.
Mongeau eventually came across a guy that she found interesting. Although she did not reveal his real name, she only referred to him as “Jim.” She also explained that he was a producer and managed artists that have passed away.
More to that, the youtuber mentioned that his client list includes Michael Jackson, Janis Joplin, The Doors to be his clients.
Tana Explains about her date in a YouTube Video;
After two dates, Mongeau realized she didn’t want to date him anymore. She then ended her relationship, telling him that she didn’t want to date him anymore.
Since the release of the video, her fans desperately tried to figure out who the person was until a thread in twitter said that the guy is none other than Jeff Jampol.
The description given by Tara about her date matched Jeff perfectly. Although all signs point towards Jeff, the two have yet to address the dating rumors.
Once Struggled From Drug Addiction; Almost Lost One Of His Limbs
Jeff was once a drug addict; heroin to be precise. He mentioned he first took acid at a Free and Mountain show at the age of 12. He first discovered cocaine in college and the addiction eventually grew and got worse later. He found himself addicted to Heroine during the punk scene in San Francisco.
Jampol admitted that although he went through some tough times due to the addiction, he does not regret any of it.
Jeff later went through rehabilitation and got rid of his addiction for good. He ended up in a hospital once due to his heroin addiction which almost led to the amputation of one his one leg.
Due to the drug injection, he had damaged his nerves. But before any harsh decision, the doctor decided a seven-day Detoxification before amputation. Miraculously, the detox worked out for him and thus prevented him from losing one of his legs.
Net Worth of Jeff Jampol
Jampol worked as a manager for artists that have passed away and also produces music. He made many movies and television shows like “American Masters", "The Doors: When You’re Strange” and “Sympathy for the Devil: The Underground.”
Jeff Jampol has a net worth of $18.55 million. Usually, on average, the film producer made $66,121 per year. Similarly, the producers earn between $750,000 to $1 million per movie and Jampol has produced a fair number of movies as well.
The producer once put up his hill compound on sale for $6.75 million. His beautiful Hollywood Hills home has city and ocean views from its hillside perch and covers the area of 6,145 square feet. Moreover, he bought the house for $3.95 million six years ago (2013).
Jeff Jampol Body Measurements
The 59-year-old producer is an extensively tall man standing at a height of 6 feet 2 inches (188 cm) and weighs 79 kgs. He has brown eyes and brown hair. His biceps measure 14.5 inches and his body measurement is 44-39-35 inches.
Quick facts: Jeff Jampol
- Jeff is the son of architect and realtor, Richard Jampol.
- He completed his schooling from The School of Hard Knocks and later graduated with a degree in media studies from Sonoma State University.
- Jampol earns 2010 Emmy nomination for Outstanding Nonfiction Series, "American Masters".
- In 2011, he won the Grammy Award for Best Music Film for "The Doors: When You're Strange".