Jean Watt Bio, Wiki
Jean Watt is best known for being the wife of reggae legend Neville “Bunny Wailer” Livingstone. She has been in the headlines after she went missing back on May 23rd, 2020 with the family is offering one million Jamaican dollars for her recovery or any valid information leading to the safe return of Sister Jean.
Jean Watt Age
She was born in 1950. However, her exact date of birth is not known to the public yet. We will be sure to keep you informed once this information is available to us. She was 70 years at the time of her disappearance in 2020 May.
Jean Watt Husband
She was happily married to the late Bunny Wailer a Jamaican singer-songwriter and percussionist. He was an original member of reggae group The Wailers along with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh.
Jean Watt Bob Marley and The Wailers
She is known for her contribution as a Jamaican reggae artist. She was once part of the I Three, which was a trio of backing vocalists for Bob Marley & The Wailers after Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer left.
Bunny Wailer also credits Jean for some recordings in the early 70s. She is credited for writing “Hallelujah Time” and “Pass It On” which appeared on The Wailers album Burnin’ in 1973.
Jean Watt Missing
On May 23rd, 2020 Jean Watt, a 70-year-old Jamaican woman went missing. A missing report filed by her family described her as;
‘Sister Jean has dreadlocks, is about five feet three inches tall, and was last seen wearing a black top, brown bottom, and sandals in Washington Gardens, St. The family has made a public appeal in the hope that she is found safe and sound.’
Wayne Chen a well-known Jamaican entrepreneur and author also made an appeal to the public via his Twitter account in the hopes that Jean will be found. He said: “I first came across Jean Watt in 1973 as the songwriter/ composer of ‘Hallelujah Time’ when I played, over and over, The Wailers’ ‘Burnin’ album. Praying for her safe return.”
Jean Watt Husband’s (Bunny Wailer) Death & Cause
Wailer passed away in Jamaica on 2 March 2021, at the age of 73. Wailer suffered a minor stroke, in October 2018, resulting in speech problems.
Bunny Wailer was awarded the Order of Merit, which is the country’s fourth-highest honor in 2017, by the Jamaican Government . In February 2019, the Government again recognized his contribution to Jamaican music with a Reggae Gold Award.