In 1997, Jenny's biography, Jenny Jones: My Story was published, with 100% of Jenny's profits going to breast cancer research.
Jenny infamously would not allow men to attend her stand-up comedy shows.
In 1996, Jenny earned her GED after not finishing high school.
At age 11, Jenny ran away from home for a short time.
Jenny's first language was Italian, making English her second language.
After over forty years working at various jobs, she has never missed a day of work due to illness.
Before her talk show, Jenny was a stand-up comic. She served as an opening act for such performers as Sammy Davis, Jr., Tony Bennett, Smokey Robinson and Dionne Warwick.
As of January 2008, Jenny resides in Los Angeles, California.
Jenny is of Caucasian descent.
She attended London Central Secondary School in London, Ontario.
She was a backup singer for Wayne Newton.
About 500,000 people were in the Jenny Jones studio audience total.
Jenny writes cookbooks. She wrote her first one in April of 2006.
In 1986, Jenny got a big break when she won $100,000 on Star Search.