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Jessica Lewis (Jessica Blain) was born on 24 February, 1979, is an Assistant D.A., Albany County, NY,Television personality. Discover Jessica Lewis's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 41 years old?

Popular As Jessica Blain
Occupation Assistant D.A., Albany County, NY,Television personality
Age 42 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 24 February 1979
Birthday 24 February
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Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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On the September 25th, 2017, it was announced that Lewis would be joining the cast of Rob Has a Podcast alongside David Bloomberg, to replace fellow Survivor alumnus Rob Cesternino as co-host of the segment "Why _____ Lost," starting with Survivor's 35th season, Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers.


Throughout her career, most of her cases have involved drug offenses, robberies, assaults, and elder abuse. One of her cases even involved an immigrant who had been tricked into a phony green card marriage with the promise of gaining citizenship privileges. Soon after this case, Lewis also prosecuted her first homicide. In December 2016, she was named the Albany County Street Crimes Unit's Bureau Chief.

In 2016, Lewis was cast on the reality competition show Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen X. Having been born in 1979, she was initially placed on the Takali tribe, along with the other members of Generation X. On Day One, when all the castaways were scrambling to grab as many supplies and food items as possible for the journey, Lewis discovered an envelope, picked it up, and upon opening it, realized that she had just claimed the "Legacy Advantage," the benefits of which would be revealed on Day 36. If she were to be eliminated before then, she would be required to bequeath the advantage to another player still in the game.


The vote ended up tied 5–5 between Smith and Shapiro. Before the revote, Smith tried to get Lewis to flip on Shapiro in order to avoid having to draw rocks to decide who leaves the game. Lewis refused, and the revote remained deadlocked. After much discussion, there was no consensus as to whether Smith or Shapiro should be the one voted out, so per the rules of the game, Smith, Shapiro, and any other immune castaway would be safe, while the rest had to randomly draw rocks to determine the elimination. In total, six castaways would have to draw from among five white rocks and one black rock; whoever drew the black rock would be out of the game. When the rocks were drawn and then revealed, Lewis had the black one, thus sending her out of the game at tenth place, as the fourth member of the jury.


In 2007, two years after she completed her law degree, an article which she and Bonventre had co-written in law school was published in the Albany Law Review. By the time the article was written, she had married and was going professionally by the name Jessica Blain-Lewis.


Prior to graduating law school, Lewis secured an internship as a law clerk at the Albany County District Attorney's Office, under D.A. David Soares. Upon graduation, she was hired full time as an assistant D.A. She was officially admitted to the New York State Bar in 2006.


Following her high school graduation in 1997, Blain enrolled at SUNY Plattsburgh (Plattsburgh State), where she also worked as a teaching assistant and was a member of Phi Kappa Phi (ΦΚΦ). In 2002, she graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communication. Then she enrolled at Albany Law School, where she completed her Juris Doctor in three years. While at Albany Law, she served as senior editor of the Government, Law and Policy Journal. She also served as the executive editor at the Center for Judicial Process, which was run by her law professor, Vincent Martin Bonventre.


Jessica Blain-Lewis (born February 24, 1979), also known simply as Jessica Lewis, is an American lawyer best known for competing on the reality competition show Survivor.