Jill Bauer Qvc Bio, Husband, Surgery, Facebook, Died and Net Worth

Jill Bauer is an American journalist, presenter, and host at QVC. She worked for QVC, USA’s biggest home shopping network for more than two decades. And her goodbye to the shopping network is heart-wrenching for the colleagues, who has been with her through all the ups and downs. Also, she coordinated two narrative movies – Sexy Baby (2012) and Hot Girls Wanted (2015).

Besides, Just Jill Bauer is also considered a good mother and wife when it comes to her personal life. She is quite famous as an epitome of decent organization and backing for each knock and difficulties in the family life. Read on here to know more about Jill Bauer Biography

Jill BauerBio/Wiki

  • Full Name: Jill Bauer
  • Profession: Journalist
  • Spouse: Doug Dunne (m. 2003)
  • Education: University of Florida (1985)
  • Books: From “I Do” to “I’ll Sue”: An Irreverent Compendium for Survivors of Divorce, From I Do to I’ll Sue 8-Copy

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Recalling Bauer’s early life

Just Jill Bauer was born in South California America. She is of American Nationality and refers to White ethnicity. Her father was in construction and her mother was a teacher at the local school. Regarding her studies, Bauer joined the local school in the community for her primary and secondary level of schooling. After that, she joined the high school in the local area itself. Further, she joined the Southern California University and graduated herself in broadcast journalism. 

Profession and Career

After graduating, Jill got into the career line with her first role through the weekend show as an anchor for CBS in Lafayette. She worked for Esquire magazine as a research assistant till 1993. Two years later, she published the smart kid magazine targeting parents of children in the age group of 7 to 13 years.

There she worked as a managing editor until September 1997. Further, she moved ahead in her line as editor and journalist at Miami Herald, The New York Times, Miami Magazine, and the Dallas Morning News. At present Jill resides at Jill Bauer Beach house in Delaware. 

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Marriage life, Husband

It’s a rumor that Jill Bauer husband died. Reflecting on Jill Bauer Wedding, she got married to Doug Dunne on 18th October 2003. The wedding was a closed ceremony with close friends and family members.

The couple has a son named Trevor. Additionally, they are also raising Jill Bauer husband’s daughter named Kylie from a previous marriage. She is also praised by many people as a good role model for stepmothers. Overall, there are no conflicts or disagreements in their marriage life. 

Jill Bauer with Husband
Jill Bauer with Husband on her 17th Anniversary

 

Age and appearance

Jill Bauer Qvc age is 52 years old and is a beautiful woman with a charming personality. She has a brown color eye and brown color hair. But seems younger than her age and there’s no particular information available about her height and weight. 

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How much does net worth Bauer has?

When it comes to Jill Bauer Net Worth – she earns a good living from her journalism career. She has also guided two award-winning documentary films. Besides, she makes a decent income from her books also. 

 

Why Is Jill Bauer Leaving Qvc?

The announcement of Jill’s departure came as a shock for her fans. But Jill Bauer Qvc didn’t leave Qvc for other job opportunities. She felt it’s time to take a break and spent some time on her writings and son and other family members. 

Jill Bauer books and publications

Sexy baby is a documentary co-directed by Bauer along with Ronna Gradus. The film was born out of a happening Gradus has while shooting college-aged girls on stripper poles.

 

Hot girls wanted is bauer’s second documentary film, premiered at the Sundace film festival. Jill co-directed this film with Ronna Gradus, her former co-director for Sexy baby. The film focuses on young women and their experiences. 

 

Her other best non-fiction text is “From ‘I Do’ to ‘I’’ll Sue’: An irreverent compendium for survivors of divorce. 

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