Jeff Jampol, also known as Jeffrey Jampol is an American Producer, Entrepreneur, Artist Manager, Music Band Promoter, and an Engineer. Jeff Jampol is the founder and president of Jampol Artist Management (JAM, Inc) Agency.
Table of Biography
Early life and Childhood
Jeff was born on September 16, 1959, in Los Angeles, California, US. He is 61 years old. He has not spoken much about his family and thus there is very little information about it.
However, it is known that he belongs to American nationality. Still, ethnicity is out of reach.
Jeff studied in The School of Hard Knocks. He later completed his college from Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, CA.
He graduated from Sonoma State University with a degree in Media Studies.
Jeff stands a height of 6 feet 3 inches tall and is complemented by the weight of 80kg. He has brown eye color and gray hair. He wears glasses.
Jeff is active on his social media sites such as Instagram, and Twitter. He has 2.7K followers on Instagram and 2.9k followers on Twitter.
Jeff Jampol is a multi-talented person as he has made involvement himself in several fields showing his talent like being an artist manager, engineer, entrepreneur, radio disc jockey, as well as a music band promoter.
At first, Jeff partnered with Danny Sugerman (The Doors Manager) in 2003. However, later he was appointed as the president of the Doors Music Company in 2005.
He is a multi-talented person as he has shown his talent in various fields. Jeff is also the founder and president of Jampol Artist Management Agency.
He has produced many movies and Television shows such as American Masters, The Doors: When You’re Strange and Sympathy for the Devil: The Underground.
Jampol has also worked as the Advisor to the Michael Jackson Estate.
As a producer, he produced few films and documentaries like American Masters (1985), The Doors: R-Evolution (2014), Janis: Little Girl Blue (2015), and Sympathy for the Devil: The Underground.
He has also co-produced the musical One Night for Janis Joplin and even When You’re Strange, the 2009 music documentary film about the American rock band The Doors.
Likewise, he has also worked with many popular record labels such as Atlantic, Columbia and WEA Records. Most recently, in 2019, he worked on a theatrical documentary for Janis Joplin.
From 1997 to date, he is the Adjunct Professor at the University of California. Similarly, he mostly involved himself to musical career throughout his professional life.
Awards and Achievements
Jeff has showcased his talent by working in various fields such as Artist Manager, Entrepreneur, Engineer, Radio Disc Jockey and Music band promoter.
Moreover, he also worked as the president of the Doors Music Company. He and his team won Grammy Award for Best Music for the movie “The Doors: When You’re Strange“.
Net Worth and Salary
Jeff being a talented personality and investing such a long time in his career, definitely he earned a handsome amount. His income includes various fields.
It is estimated that Jeff Jampol’s net worth is around $12 million. His monthly salary is still not known.
Jeff is a married man. However, he hasn’t revealed the name of his wife and any other information about when they started dating.
The couple gave birth to two beautiful children, a son and a daughter, whose name hasn’t been revealed yet. Hence we can know that Jeff is very private about his personal life.
Although being a part of the limelight and managed lots of people to earn fame, he himself seems to be uncomfortable being in the spotlight.
This probably might be the reason why he has kept his personal life, especially his family, off the limelight.
subsequently, he has not even revealed his wife’s as well as kid’s name. However, the family resides in Los Angeles, California.
In 1989, he got into the addiction of heroin and landed him in the hospital. It almost took to the amputation of one of his legs.
His nerves in the leg were damaged due to the constant injection of the hard drug.
But the anesthesiologist called for a critical delay instead of carrying out the amputation right away and asked him to detox for seven to ten days before the amputation.
Unexpectedly, his surgeon observed the growth of new tissue and as a result. And chose to carry out a re-establishment surgery to save the leg.
Then, he left taking heroin, got clean, and made a come-back to the music industry four years later.