Jessica appeared in all 53 episodes of Arrested Development before its cancellation in early 2006.
In 2006 Jessica was in the movie Unaccompanied Minors.
In 2002 Jessica was in the movie Dummy.
In 2001 Jessica was in the movie My Best Friend's Wife.
In 1998 Jessica was in the movie Slums of Beverly Hills.
In 1994 Jessica was in the following movies:
Temptress and PCU.
In 1993 Jessica was in the movie Ghost in the Machine.
In 1988 Jessica was in the movie Tapeheads.
In 1984 Jessica was in the following movies:
Secret Places and The Flamingo Kid.
In 1982 Jessica was in the movie Spring Fever.
In 1981 Jessica was in the movie Going Ape!
In 1979 Jessica was in the movie Goldengirl.
In 1971 Jessica was in the movie Play Misty for Me.
In 1969 Jessica was in the movie Number One.
In 1968 Jessica was in the movie Bye Bye Braverman.
In 1966 Jessica was in the following movies:
The Group and Grand Prix.
In 1964 Jessica was in the movie Lilith.
Jessica likes to do yoga and aerobics in her spare time.
Jessica's acting debut was in the soap opera Love of Life in 1962. She played the character of Julie Murano for 3 years.
Jessica's husband, Ron Liebman, is also an actor. He has had roles on television shows such as The Sopranos and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. He is probably best known for playing Rachel Greene's father on Friends.
Jessica won an Emmy Award for Best Dramatic Actress for her role in the television series, Amy Prentiss.
Jessica was in the movie Play Misty for Me. She was nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance.
Jessica played a role in Peter Ustinov's Broadway production, Photo Finish.
She won the Clarence Derwent Award for Most Promising Newcomer for her performance in the play.
Jessica's father, David Walter, was a double-bassist with the NBC Symphony Orchestra.
Jessica is the niece of actor Jerry Jerrett and Sylvia Jaroslow.
Jessica married Ron Leibman on June 26, 1983.
Jessica has brown eyes.
Jessica Walter is 5' 8" (173 cm).
Jessica is Jewish.
Jessica Walter: You know, one thing I've learned, after all these years: You never know what's around the corner. And that is one of the exciting things. Did I think I was going to be in L.A. for two and a half years? Never, at this point in my life. You never know. I would love to do something that doesn't take me away from New York.
Jessica Walter: (on Arrested Development) You know, I'll tell ya, whatever happens with this show -- and I'm still in denial -- the bar has been set very high. It's going to be real hard to find something else like this. This has been like from god; this is a truly talented group of people in all areas -- the directors, the camera guys.
Jessica Walter: (on Arrested Development) Real comedy is based on desperation, and I look at Lucille, and I look at all these people on our show, as desperate. She's desperate to maintain her life
Jessica Walter: (on Arrested Development) The interesting thing, though, is, because we're digital, there's no film to waste, so they do about 20,000 takes. So that's the rehearsing. We discover things through all the takes.
Jessica Walter: As far as I'm concerned, we can never push things enough. We try to do it all with class and elegance.
Jessica Walter: (on her Arrested Development character, Lucille Bluth) Of course, it's been 32 years since she's had Buster, but that's how long she's been depressed about him. All kinds of horrible things ensue. I do, at one point, let my car roll into the lake with Buster in it, like Susan Smith did with her children.
Jessica Walter: (on her Arrested Development character, Lucille Bluth) I think that she's a great dame. I'm crazy for Lucille. I don't think she's a bad person. Her priorities may be a little screwed up, but she does love her children in her own way.