Lorianne Crook Biography
Lorianne Crook is a renowned American radio and television host, producer, and writer. She currently co-hosts The Nashville Network shows This Week In Country Music and Crook & Chase with Charlie Chase.
Previously she worked in the 1980s at KAUZ-TV, the CBS affiliate in Wichita Falls, Texas/Lawton, Oklahoma. She is an award-winning television personality who hosts Offstage with Crook, a series of in-depth interviews with major country music artists for Great American Country (GAC).
Lorianne Crook Age
Lorianne Crook was born in Wichita, Kansas, in the United States on February 19, 1957. She is 66 years old.
Lorianne Crook Height
Lorianne stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches/1.7 m tall.
Lorianne Crook Family
Lorianne was born in Wichita, Kansas, and was raised by her loving and supportive parents in Nashville, Tennessee. She is the first of three children born to Charles Crook (father) and Winn Crook (mother). She also has a sister named Kim Crook and a brother named Bret Crook.
Lorianne Crook Husband
Lorianne is happily married to Jim Owens, a television producer of the Crook & Chase Top 40 Countdown who also holds branding for The Nashville Network. In 1985, the couple married. Even though the couple has been married for a long time, they have no children as of yet. Lorianne and her husband Jim started dating in 1983.
Lorianne Crook Education
Lorianne attended McGavock High School for her secondary education. She later attended Vanderbilt University in Nashville, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Chinese and Russian languages. She went on to earn a Master of Science in Holistic Nutrition from Cornell University.
Lorianne Crook Salary
Lorianne annually receives a salary of $63,674.
Lorianne Crook’s Net Worth
Lorianne’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Lorianne Crook Career
Lorianne collaborates with Charlie Chase on The Nashville Network shows This Week In Country Music and Crook & Chase. She is an award-winning television personality who hosts Offstage with Crook, a series of in-depth interviews with major country music artists for Great American Country (GAC).
Kenny Chesney, Trace Adkins, Phil Vassar, Cowboy Troy, and Lonestar are among her subjects. Previously she worked as a co-host on Candid Camera. She worked in the 1980s at KAUZ-TV, the CBS affiliate in Wichita Falls, Texas/Lawton, Oklahoma before her big break as a TV personality.
During this time, Chase also hosted and produced several specials, including Funny Business with Charlie Chase and The Crook and Chase Show. Chase released My Wife… My Life on Epic Records in September 1993. Charlie first appeared in television commercials for the Hormone Replacement Center in October 2009. On December 22, 2009, he chose to leave Tennessee Mornings to care for an ailing family member.