Max Jones

Max Jones

About Max Jones

Max Jones (March 3, 1997, Winter Park, Florida) is an American journalist, best known for his role as host of 2011 documentary The Seoul Sisters and being the founder & an on air personality of positive news network, Felice News. Jones assisted in securing the release of journalists Laura Ling & Euna Lee from their 2009 imprisonment in North Korea. Jones was born in Winter Park, Florida on March 3, 1997. His parents divorced when he was 10. Jones' mother, Kim, is a Canadian immigrant to the United States, born in the 1960s; no information is known about his father. At the age of 11, Max was watching NBC's Today Show, when he realized the many benefits of being a reporter; 'Being able to witness history in the making sounded like probably the best job in the world to me.'