Jeanette Lee is known as ‘The Black Widow’ throughout the world of Billiards. She’s is definitely one of the most recognizable pool players in the world. See some of her hot pictures below as well as a video and biography.
Jeanette Lee has undoubtedly done more to draw more interest to Billiards than any other player. She draws people in with her smoldering looks and then surprises with her extraordinary ability. This is one little lady that has no problem at all playing with the big boys. Jeanette was ranked as the number one player of the Women’s Professional Billiards Association (WPBA) at only 23 years of age. She is known as ‘The Black Widow’. She was given that nickname in her early days of playing pool. The owner of the Howard Beach Billiard Club started calling her that, telling her that when she first walked into his pool hall she was pretty, quiet and mysterious. Then she started slamming pool balls all over the place. He called her ‘The Black Widow’ and its stayed with her every since.
Jeanette Lee was born on July 9, 1971 in Brooklyn, New York. She excelled in school earning scholarships to the prestigious Bronx High School of Science. When she was a child she was diagnosed with scoliosis and was subjected to surgeries to correct the misshaping of her spine. Metal rods were placed in her back to help her vertebrae fuse together properly. It created a lot of pain and problems for her throughout her childhood and adolescence. In spite of the pain, she worked hard at her sport and has excelled beyond expectations.
The black eyed, brown eyed beauty is half Korean. She stands 5’8″ tall. She is married to George Breedlove who is her sometimes pool partner. She is the mother of four children; Cheyenne Lee Breedlove, Morgan Breedlove, Olivia Breedlove, and John Kang.
Jeanette was voted as the third sexiest female in sports by ESPN.com. Billiards Digest list her as one of the most powerful people in the sport. She has claimed thirty national and international titles.
She was named the “WPBA Sportsperson of the Year” in 1998. Billiards Digest and Pool & Billiards magazine have named her as ‘Player of the Year’. In 2001, she won the Gold medal for the United States at the World Games and earned the Silver twice at the World Championships during her 14-year professional career. In 2004, Jeanette won the World Trick Shot Championships and BCA Open. In 2005 Jeanette won the China Invitational. In 2007 she won the World Team Cup, Empress Cup, and the International Skins Billiard Championship with her doubles partner and husband, George Breedlove.