Jessica Cauffiel

Jessica Cauffiel


3/30/1976, Detroit, Michigan, USA

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Naturally blonde, innocent-looking Jessica Cauffiel has drawn comparisons to Heather Graham in appearance, only with curlier ringlets. Her fresh-faced look has earned her a succession of supporting roles, often playing the sweet ditz. This character type runs contrary to her real-world intelligence -- among her other accomplishments, Cauffiel…more


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    • She sang on the World Music Grammy finalist album, "Shanti", by Snatam Kaur Khalsa.

    • She is active in several non-profit Non-governmental organizations that serve to bring inter-faith harmony amongst the many cultures and spiritual orientations of the world.

    • She currently has a one hour television project in development with her father, Lowell Cauffiel.

    • She is trained in the Shamanic Energy Medicine healing traditions of the Americas, the lineage of the Q'ero Nation, the last living descendants of the Inka. She is a member of the Four Winds Society, under the tutelage of Dr. Alberto Villoldo, a renowned medical anthropologist, psychologist, author, and master practitioner of energy medicine.

    • She began her career Off-Broadway starring in the critically acclaimed musical 1001 Nights, written and composed by Tony Award winning composer and lyricist Robert Lopez, best known for his Broadway smash hit Avenue Q.

    • She has appeared in several films aimed at a teenage audience, including both Legally Blonde films and the 2004 Wayans brothers comedy, White Chicks.

    • In 2000, she appeared in minor roles in both films Road Trip and Urban Legends: Final Cut. She played one of the main characters in the 2001 horror film, Valentine.

    • Her first film role was a supporting part in the 1999 remake of the The Out-of-Towners.

    • In 2006, she appeared in the film Hoot.

    • In 2005, she appeared in the film The World's Fastest Indian.

    • In 2005, she appeared in the film Guess Who.

    • Audtioned for the role in Stuck on You that ended up going to Wen Yann Shih, but the Farrellys liked her so much they asked her to do a cameo as the girl Damon and Kinnear hit on in a bar.

    • She sings (credited) on World Music Grammy Finalist album, "Shanti," by Snatam Kaur Khalsa.

    • She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Musical Theatre at The University of Michigan.

    • She is currently writing an album with world-reknowned Indian percussionist and composer, "The Wizard," Sivamani. Sivamani has played with thousands of diverse artists, ranging from Miles Davis, Michael Jackson, rapper Jay-Z and jazz great John McLaughlin - to revered Indian Maestros Zakir Hussein, tabla, mandolin Maestro U. Srinivasan, and Shankar, the world's sole master of the double violin, ofen seen and heard on Peter Gabriel's tours and recordings. Sivamani is best known as the right hand man of internationally acclaimed Bollywood virtuoso composer A.R. Rahman, and has composed and played on hundreds of pop and hit filmi soundtracks, as well as Rahman and Andrew Lloyd Webber's Broadway smash, Bombay Dreams. Sivamani and A.R. Rahman have been friends since their early youth, both born and raised in Tamil Nadu, South India.

    • She is a trained singer, who has studied for over 14 years in Western Classical, Musical Theatre, Jazz, Pop, Blues, and Eastern Devotional vocal mediums.

    • Her favorite film is The Goonies, and she has been known to recite the entire movie from memory.

    • Was originally casted as Margaret 'Maddie' Keller on the show Stark Raving Mad but was replaced with Heather Paige Kent.

    • She played a redhead for the first time as Tori, in the movie White Chicks.

    • She was arrested in the Newark Airport for making a joke about having an AK-47.

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