She appeared in 10 episodes of Crossing Jordan which stars fellow "Northern Star", Jill Hennessy.
She starred on CBS, "The Bold and the Beautiful," for which she received three Daytime Emmy Awards.
She played in the Canadian series Northern Stars.
In 2004, she was seen in advertisements for Almay cosmetics.
She starred in a true story in the telefilm The Stalking of Laurie Show in December 2000, about the real life murder of a young teenage girl.
She is the only person to win three consecutive Daytime Emmy Awards (29th, 30th, 31st Awards all as "Outstanding Younger Actress").
She had already obtained a certain amount of local fame in Canada, starring in the television series, "Student Bodies" (1997), before coming to the United States.
She appeared in several school plays and local theatre productions.
Her father is Jack Finnigan, a well known Montreal radio personality.
She is three time Emmy winner for ''Younger Leading Actress'' in 2002, 2003, and 2004.
She has green/blue eyes.
She is an Elvis fan.
She is an only child.
She got her role on The Bold & the Beautiful through an agent her mother met at an airport.
She likes extreme sports.
She has a dog and a cat.
Jennifer modelled as a child.
Jennifer's hobbies include singing, swing dancing, writing and traveling.
Jennifer's best friend is her former cast mate at Bold and the Beautiful, Maeve Quinlan.
Jennifer prefers during drama over comedy.
Jennifer's astrological sign is Leo.
The show 'Commited' which Jennifer starred in and was aired on NBC only lasted for one season, then it was cancelled.
Jennifer is 5'7" tall or 1.70 m.
Jennifer's hair colour is strawberry blonde.
Jennifer speaks fluent French.
A delay in getting her green card almost prevented the Canadian born actress from joining the show Close to Home who premiered in October 2005 on CBS.
She is currently engaged to Jonathan Silverman since December 2004, who starred in the hit comedy Weekend at Bernie's.
She won the Emmy for Outstanding Younger Actress, three times in a row.
Jennifer Finnigan: (what she likes about her "Close To Home" character) There's a lot of procedurals on air right now, and a lot of them are female-driven, but the women tend to be very - I don't want to say masculine but just sort of hard-edged. What I love about Annabeth is that she is a real woman; she's vulnerable and feminine and affected by things. One thing that gets me about a lot of these procedurals is that the characters sometimes seem unaffected by all the tragedy - and she's not. She takes that to heart, and that's who I am as well.
(about why she wanted to play in "Close to Home")
Jennifer Finnigan: I read it and went, How could I not? I've never really felt as connected to a role as I did with this one. The writing was brilliant. She's just this amazingly strong character. She's got so many dimensions. All these procedurals out there, as great as they are, it's rare that you get to see these women in their home life and in that different environment and that vulnerability and that softer side.
(about the daunting schedule of a drama series when planning a wedding)
Jennifer Finnigan: Yes. It does, but when it all comes down to it, I think right now I'm meant to be doing drama. Jonny and I discussed it a lot. Thankfully, he's an actor, so he gets it. If anyone's going to be understanding about it, it's him. But just to be realistic, I said, "Honey, there are going to be times where I probably won't see you for three, four days in a row," and that's hard. It's a scary reality we're going to have to deal with, but he knows that I'm really committed to my work, and he would never want to interfere with that.
(about how she met, actor, Jonathan Silverman)
Jennifer Finnigan: We met at a barbecue, a daytime barbecue. A common friend introduced us, and we talked from two in the afternoon until two in the morning, and we laughed so much. We just instantly clicked, like I never did. He's my sanity.
Reporter: What charities are most important to you?
Jennifer: Definitely pediatric cancer, AIDS research, and there's a new charity I found out about that interests me for young kids and teens who are suicidal because they are gay and afraid to come out.
Reporter: Who do you admire the most?
Jennifer: My parents, for their integrity and strength.
Reporter: Which Hollywood actor/actress are you most looking forward to working with?
Jennifer: Without a doubt, Meryl Streep, first and foremost. God, I could learn so much from her, she's so brilliant.