Jennifer Jones Net Worth: Lifestyle & Assets

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Jennifer Jones, a Canadian curler. She was the Olympic champion in curling as a skip of the Canadian team at the 2014 Sochi Games. 

Jones is one of the two girls to achieve one hundred wins at the Canadian Championships. She began curling at 11 and won the provincial tournament at 15.

Jenifer Jones Smiling At The Camera
Jenifer Jones Smiling At The Camera (Source: Instagram)

Jones was introduced to curling by her parents, as her father and mother were professional curlers.

Besides her parent, Jones is married to world-champion curler from Ontario, Brent Laing.

Jen maintains a net worth of $1- $5 million as of 2024 through professional curling, investments, and endorsements.

Before getting to know more about Jennifer Jones, here are some of the facts based on her life.

Quick Facts

Full Name Jennifer Judith Jones
Known As Jennifer Jonas
Nickname Jen
Birth Date July 7, 1974
Birth Place Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Residence Winnipeg, Canada
Religion Christian
Nationality Canadian
Ethnicity White
Education Bachelor Of Laws From The University Of Manitoba
Horoscope Cancer
Father’s Name Larry Jones
Mother’s Name Carol Jones
Siblings A Sister (Heather Jones)
Age 49 Years Old
Height 5 ft 7 in / 173 cm / 1.73 m
Weight 62 kg / 138 lb
Eye Color Grey
Hair Color Blonde
Body Type Athletic
Profession Curler
Marital Status Married
Spouse Brent Laing
Children 2
Name Of Children Isabella And Skyla
Beginning Of Professional Career 1985
Retirement No
Playing Style Unavailable
Sports Team Manibota Curling Team & National Canada Curler Team
Coach Dana Malanchuk, Heather Jones, Tracey Lavery, Viktor Kjell, & Glenn Howard 
Honors Most Outstanding Canadian Women’s Curler Of The Time
Net Worth $1-$5 Million
Prize Money Unavailable
Social Media InstagramTwitter
Merch  Unavailable
Last Update May 2024

Jennifer Jones’s Net Worth & Income 

Jennifer Jones has been curling from a very young age. Considering her profession and dedicated time, she must have accumulated a handsome net worth from her curling profession.

As a curler, she won many honorable and prestigious awards that eventually surplus her net worth. Apart from that, she is a lawyer and a motivational speaker.

Jennifer Jones has an estimated net worth of around $1-$5 million as of 2024.

In overall curler history, as per the TSN poll of broadcasters, reporters, and top curlers, Jones was named the greatest Canadian female skip in 2019.

Winning many prestigious awards and honors has earned Jones fame too, which raised her brand value, eventually bringing her more brand endorsement deals, sponsorships, and investments.

House & Car


Jennifer resided with her husband and children in Dalton Rd Sutton, Canada.

However, with the birth of their second child Skyla Carol in 2016, the Jones family moved to Shanty Bay, near Barrie, Ontario.

She represents her province because of the residency policy adopted by curling Canada in 2015, allowing only one team member to live out-of-province.

Other than that, the media has not revealed a closeup of her residence. 


With a fortune of millions in hand, there’s no doubt that Jones is living a luxurious and comfortable life. 

Although most of her life has been a mystery to many, Jennifer has shared a glimpse of her expensive possessions. 

Earlier, Jennifer was seen posing around with her car Mazda CX-9 Kuro edition, on her Instagram posts where she wrote,” Beautiful day, so we decided to go for a bike ride! I still can’t believe how much room there is in my #mazdacx9kuroedition.”

Not only that, but if you dive into her Instagram, you will find the most pictures of her with her Mazda CX-9 car.

Jenifer Jones Selfie With Her Car
Jennifer Jones Selfie With Her Car Mazda CX-50 (Source: Instagram)

She bought a new car in October 2022.

She took a selfie with the Mazda CX-50 and posted it on social media, where she stated that she did an upgrade because of her need for adventure with her family.

Lifestyle & Vacation


Since Jennifer’s parents were curlers, she has had an athletic life since so early. So it’s evident that Jones got inspired by her parents to devote herself to curling.

Jennifer’s 18 months older sister Heather is also into curling, and their father coached both. 

A year after her father’s death, Jones spoke with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), clarifying how her father’s love for curling made the whole family get into it. 


After conquering many state-level championships, Jennifer joined Windsor Park Collegiate for her studies, where she had a keen interest in volleyball and curling.

Accordingly, she received a B.A. in psychology and economics, including an LLB, from the University of Manitoba.

Jones had worked as a corporate counsel for National Bank Financial and is now a senior legal advisor.


Jennifer Jones married former world champion curler Brent Laing from Ontario.

They have two daughters together. The two champions’ first daughter Isabella was born prematurely on November 13, 2012.

Jennifer Jones With Her Husband And Their Two Daughters
Jennifer Jones With Her Husband And Their Two Daughters (Source: Instagram)

Despite being a premature baby, she weighed 7 lbs. Isabella is 11 years old as of 2024. 

Moreover, Jen gave birth to their second daughter Skyla Carol on 18 August 2016, who is 7.

Jones enjoys family time with her husband and two children.


On March 6, 2019, Jennifer Jones spoke at Prince George’s charity breakfast, the fifth annual event, which raised funds for Timberwolves athletics.

The 2014 Olympics gold medalist shared her experience and approach to leadership, teamwork, determination, and performing under pressure.

Jones was the second keynote speaker after Canadian hockey legend Hayley Wickeneiser, who spoke at the inaugural event in 2015.

The curler is a partner of the Creaddo Group. It is a team of women with wealth management, financial literacy, and publishing backgrounds. 

The group’s main aim is to empower women to live fuller lives financially.

They create original and unbiased content to educate and inspire Canadian women about investing in personal finance, retirement, philanthropy, and the psychology of money.


Jones won three provincial junior championships and the national junior championship and competed for the major title at 15.

She was recruited to play third for Jill Staub. After experiencing an unexpected loss of the team, Jones set out for her own skipping team approaching Jill Officer, in whom she saw great potential at the Highlander Curling Club in Winnipeg.

Jen got her second provincial junior title in 1993. Furthermore, in 2001, Jennifer Jones lost in the Manitoba Scott Tournament of Hearts. And she debuted for her country at the Scott Tournament of Hearts in 2002.

But for the next three years, she did not show her presence at the national championships, only to return at the Tournament of Hearts in 2005.

Again in 2008, Jones’s rink won the event for the second time, and this time they made qualification for the Women’s World Curling Championship. 

Jones’s consecutive three wins put her in the elite company of Vera Pezer and Colleen Jones as the only skips to have won three Tournament of Hearts.

Her team won 3 slans, the 2013 Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries Women’s Classic, the 2013 Colonial Square Ladies Classic, and the season-ending 2014 Player’s Championship.

Making History

She went on to compete in many championships, where she sometimes stood first and sometimes brought silver or bronze home. 

Jones has won Grand Slam, more than any other female skip, with 16 since the women’s grand slam was introduced in 2006. 

Jen teamed up with Team Mackenzie Zacharias for the 2022-23 season. 

On 20 February 2023, when Jennifer and her team defeated Ontario, picking up a vital win at the Scotties, she described how it felt to go forward for the championship.

As per reports, on February 26, Jennifer was about to become the 46-year-old first woman to win 7 Canadian women’s championships.

She was a win away from writing her name in Canadian women’s curling history as she had made it to the Scotties Tournament of Hearts when her Manitoba team defeated Northern Ontario’s Krista McCarville 8-5 in a playoff game in Kamloops B.C.

Unfortunately, Kerri Einarson’s team won the Canadian women’s championship with a 10-4, while Team Jennifer Jones won silver on 27 February 2023.


After breaking many records, Team Jones was expected to do a lot in the 2013 Olympics. Likewise, she made it to the top with a win.

Jones made her first trip to the 2014 Winter Olympics after defeating an Ontario Team in the playoffs. 

Jennifer Jones Curling
Jennifer Jones Curling (Source: Instagram)

She became the first-ever female skip in Olympic history to be undefeated throughout the tournament.

Consequently, Jones’s team defeated Great Britain in the semifinals and Sweden in the finals. Her rink captured the Olympic gold medal with a victory of 6-3.

Canada women’s curling team last won the Olympics gold medal in 1998 in Nagano, Japan.

Jennifer Jones was voted the most outstanding Canadian women’s curler in 2019 for her dedication and achievements.

Awards & Achievement

World Championships (Canada)

  • Ford World Women’s Curling Championship: Gold (2008 and 2018), Bronze (2010)

Winter Olympics (Canada)

  • Gold (2014 Sochi)

Scotties Tournament Of Hearts (Representing Canada)

Gold 2009 Victoria
Gold 2010 Sault Ste. Marie
Silver 2006 London
Silver 2011 Charlottetown
Bronze 2016 Grand Prairie

Scotties Tournament Of Hearts (Representing Manitoba)

Gold 2005 St. John’s
Gold 2008 Regina
Gold 2015 Moose Jaw
Gold 2018 Penticton
Silver 2013 Kingston
Bronze 2007 Lethbridge
Bronze 2012 Red Deer
Silver 2023 Kamloops

Canadian Olympic Curling Trials (Manitoba)

  • Gold (2013 Winnipeg)
  • Bronze (2017 Ottawa)
  • Gold (2021 Saskatoon)


  • “If you could choose one characteristic that would get you through life, choose a sense of humor.” 
  • “My mother told me never to explain, never complain. Even as a young actress, I determined I would never give personal interviews since they made me uncomfortable.”

Social Media Presence

Jennifer Jones is active on social media, where she updates about her tournament, training, and photos with her family, friends, teammates, and many more.

She posted a story on March 1, 2023, about the Pan Am Clinic Foundation Fire and Ice 2023 Gala presented by The Asper Foundation in honor of Jennifer Jones, which will be held on March 2. 

Twitter (@jjonescurl): 26.4k followers

Instagram (@jjonescurl): 14.2k followers

Popularity Graph

Jennifer Jones is a professional curler and a legal advisor from Canada. She has been curling since she was 11 and has many championships under her belt.

Jennifer Jones Popularity Graph
Jennifer Jones Popularity Graph (Source: Google)

The graph shows the wavelength from the last 12 months. She joined the team of young curlers and won the Manitoba Scotties Tournament of Hearts in January 2023.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)

Are Jennifer Jones and Brent Laing still together?

Jennifer Jones and Brent Laing married in 2012 and have been together ever since. They have two daughters and live a happy life without any controversy.

How many Scottish Hearts does Jennifer Jones have?

Jennifer Jones is a renowned Canadian curler. In total, she has seventeen Scottish Tournament of Hearts (2002, 2005-2013, 2015-2016,2018-2021,2023).

What is curler Jill Officer former teammate of Jennifer Jones doing now?

After retirement, Jill Officer was asked to return to on-ice duty a few times. She serves CurlManitoba and the World Curling Federation's athlete advisory group.

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