Leslie Jones

Leslie Jones is an American comedian and actress. She is best known for her Emmy-nominated work as a writer and cast member on Saturday Night Live from 2014 to 2019. Some of her most notable films include 2016's Ghostbusters, 2016's Masterminds, 2019's Angry Birds 2 and 2021's Coming 2 America. She has also hosted ABC's revival of Supermarket Sweep since 2020.
Leslie Jones
Full Name
Annette "Leslie" Jones
Memphis, TN
Notable Projects
Saturday Night Live


Who is Leslie Jones married to?

Leslie Jones is not currently married.

When did Leslie Jones leave 'SNL?'

Leslie Jones announced her departure from 'SNL' in August 2019, ahead of the show's 45th season.

Where did Leslie Jones go to college?

Leslie Jones played basketball for Colorado State University in 1987 after transferring from Chapman University in California. She left the university to pursue a career in comedy after winning a campus-wide comedy competition at the school.

Most Recent

NBC Sports Says 'Situation' with Leslie Jones' Olympics Commentary on Social Media Has Been 'Resolved'
Leslie Jones had announced on social media Monday that "folks don't want me to" post Olympic commentary videos
Leslie Jones Says She May No Longer Live Recap Olympics: I Won't Stay 'Anywhere I'm Not Welcomed'
The former Saturday Night Live star has been recapping and live-tweeting during the last few Summer and Winter Olympic Games
Paul Feig Slams Ghostbusters Box Set for Excluding His 2016 Reboot: 'Must Be a Mistake'
Paul Feig directed 2016's Ghostbusters reboot that starred Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones
Melissa McCarthy on Ghostbusters Reboot Backlash, Five Years Later: 'I Just Don't Get It'
“I don't get the fight to see who can be the most negative and the most hate-filled," said Melissa McCarthy, who starred in the 2016 Ghostbusters reboot
Leslie Jones Is Back at It, Cheering on Team USA from Home with the Best Instagrams
The Olympics' biggest fan couldn't travel to Tokyo — but that hasn't stopped her from giving the athletes her all via Twitter and Instagram. WARNING: Explicit language is used in the following videos
Leslie Jones Wants to Play a Villain in Justice League Sequel: 'I Better Damn Well Be the Star'
"I want to be the villain that people be like, 'Somebody kill this bitch!'" the comedian joked

More Leslie Jones

Leslie Jones Will Host the 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards Next Month: 'Get Ready for Some Fun'
The 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards will broadcast live from Los Angeles on Sunday, May 16
Leslie Jones Tries (and Hilariously Fails) to Tell Laverne Cox About Her Emmy Nomination

Laverne Cox, Josh Gad, Tatiana Maslany, and Leslie Jones presented the nominees on Tuesday during a live, virtual event