Jerold La Beaux premiered his professional career as a talk show host on ABC network in the early 1980s. He went directly into National Radio doing voice over work and station identifications, leading to many national and international commercials that were broadcast from coast to coast and abroad.

After touring the world, he was offered both a major movie and record deal, though he turned away from both for family reasons. Instead, he turned to teaching and developing beauty and talent. He taught at various modeling and dance schools as well as theaters before being hired to do artist development for various record labels.

Out of this demand came the Jerold La Beaux Modeling and Talent Agency, complete with a full-service artist and celebrity management firm. The agency managed the training, management, and marketing of over 5,000 models, shows, television programming and radio commercials. He has served on many boards to promote the arts, entertainment, music, beauty, and fashion industries. The Je La Beaux Agency aims to be a one stop shop for industries ranging from live performance to television and film, stage and concerts, music, magazines, commercials, public relations and more.

Je La Beaux Inc. acquired the oldest talent agency in the south, Lynn Modeling and Talent Academy. The d’Lynn Pageant System was one of the leading companies providing winners for the Miss America and Miss Universe Pageant Systems while continuing to place national and international performers throughout a wide range of industries.

Jerold La Beaux double majored in Mass Communications and Business Marketing while minoring in theater, before moving forward to Corporate Law, specializing in Entertainment and Media.