(2006) She resides in both Los Angeles and New York.
She starred in the pilot episode of Dante, but it did not get ordered to series.
She made her Broadway debut in, Wonderful Town.
She won the Golden Satellite Award for "Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical" for her work on Kissing Jessica Stein.
The film that she and Heather Juergensen wrote, Kissing Jessica Stein (2001), won the Audience Award for Best Feature at the Los Angeles International Film Festival.
When she is not acting, she continues one of her passions, writing.
Her work on Wonderful Town (2004), earned her a nomination for the Broadway's 2004 Tony Award in the category "Best Actress (Featured Role - Musical)."
While she was attending a writer's boot camp, she met Heather Juergensen. Together, they wrote a series of vignettes that were performed on stage under the title, Lipschtick.
She starred in the 2004 Broadway musical, Wonderful Town.
She sang with the Yale a cappella group "Redhot & Blue."
In the mid-1990s, she moved to Los Angeles.
She performed in many stage productions, including plays and musicals.
She and Becki Newton, are both graduates of Guilford High School.
She graduated from Guilford High School and then studied at Yale University.
Her height is 5' 7" (1.70 m).
Jennifer is descended from a Swedish Nobleman (surname spelt Waestfelt), and she is therefore listed in the Swedish Book of Peerage.
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