10 Top MTV Veejays From The '80s and '90s -- You Won't Believe What They Look Like Now! (PHOTOS)

The debut of MTV in 1981 not only gave music fans with cable TV the chance to hear and see their favorite bands, it also launched a new TV genre and job description – that of the veejay or video jockey tasked with introducing videos and interviewing music’s top talent. Hey, it was a tough job, but somebody had to interview Jon Bon Jovi. 

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MTV went on to launch many veejay careers as it broadened its repertoire to include game shows and the original reality TV show, The Real World. Click through to find out what many of your favorite veejays from the '80s and '90s have been up to since they signed off from the video music airwaves.   

 

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