Jennifer has appeared in various independent films and got her SAG card with a couple of removable fake boobs thanks to Dan Watanabe at Fremantle Media. She has worked in commercials and industrials (including a fun one for Microsoft directed by Demetri Martin) and won the Dean Goodman Award in San Francisco for her performance as Carol in Oleanna. Since moving to New York she appeared as a Nurse on several occasions on As The World Turns, as a battered woman on All My Children, as the mother of a child who was raped on L&O:SVU (Mrs. Goshgarian), worked on a webisode for The Onion, had the opportunity to work with some wonderful student filmmakers from NYU and Columbia, appeared in staged readings at Off-Broadway Theatre companies (Playwrights Horizons, Stageplays, The Cell and Queens Theatre in the Park), played a woman (also with removable fake boobs) in Jack Karp’s Don’t Write a Bad Play, played various roles in Libby Leonard’s Blue Balloon – and at the Luna Stage in New Jersey she appeared in the world premiere of Thomas H. Diggs’ Fair and Decent where the New York Times referred to her as having “a wistful but willful Hope Davis quality (or if you don’t go to indie movies, think of the young Shirley Knight).” Jennifer has a B.A. in Theatre from UCLA and has done graduate work at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London and studied at Circle in the Square in New York . She is a member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA.