Emmy and Edward R. Murrow Award-winning television personality Jan Jeffcoat has guest starred on NBC’s "This Is Us", Fox’s "911", shows on Netflix, Apple TV and Lifetime’s "My Daughter Was Stolen". Previously, Jan hosted and launched the national news magazine show, "The List". She's traveled the country covering some of the biggest news headlines and was also a news anchor in Chicago, Washington D.C., Houston, and Charlotte.
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Emmy Award winning talent Jan Jeffcoat has been a guest star on several television shows including NBC's "This is Us", Fox's "911", as well as Netflix's "What If" and a show soon-to-be-launched on Apple TV. She was also a supporting actress for the Lifetime movie "My Daughter Was Stolen". Prior to her acting career, Jan anchored the weekday evening and morning newscasts for the CBS affiliate in Washington, D.C. as well as main anchor roles at stations in Chicago, Houston and Charlotte. She’s also been a guest correspondent for "Entertainment Tonight" and "The Talk".
Before joining the CBS affiliate, Jan hosted and helped launch the national news magazine show "The List" for Scripps Network. She received the 2011 Edward R. Murrow and 2010 Emmy Award for her 30 minute documentary while covering the devastation in Haiti after the earthquake. She also has two Emmy nominations for Best Anchor in 2006 and 2007. In 2010, Jan was named young alumna of the year from her alma mater USC.
In her spare time you can catch Jan in the water. She is a water sports enthusiast and swam competitively for more than a decade. She lives near the ocean in the Los Angeles area with her husband and their two daughters.