Jill was a male vampire in her first school play.
Jill was recently voted on of Go Magazine's "100 Women We Love 2008".
One of her biggest pet peaves is lateness.
Jill said her and her fellow Affter Ellen vloggers don't consider themselves to be famous.
Jill enjoys listening to Stevie Nicks, Ani Difranco,and Amy Winehouse.
One of her goals in life is to open her own theatre and get into directing.
She got fellow vlogger Karman Kregloe her job as a writer for the After Ellen web site.
Jill was discovered at her job in Starbucks by a producer of the daytime show Days Of Our Lives.
Jill appeared third on After Ellen's Hot 100 list in 2008.
She came out when she was eighteen, but knew she way gay at age thirteen.
Jill's first celebrity same sex crush was on Michelle Pheiffer.
Jill has said she would have loved to play Elizabeth in the movie Elizabeth.
Jill spent two years touring the country with the L.A.-based drag king troupe The Sugar Daddy Show playing two characters, one in male drag and the other an ultra-femme diva.
Jill finds the sound of airplanes to be very calming.
When Jill came out to LA her first job was at Starbucks. Then she sold vitamins over the phone.
Though she does not use it, Jill has a real estate liscence.
Jill is very close with her grandfather.
Her favorite movies are Thelma and Louise, The Color Purple and Fried Green Tomatoes.
Jill thinks of herself as a very competitive person.
Jill has said that her deepest desire is for world peace and complete equality for all.
Jill is a lesbian and is a big supporter of After Ellen, which is a web site for lesbian and bisexual entertainment.
Jill studied theatre at Bradley University.
Jill was in her first stage play at the age of sixteen in one of her school productions of You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown. She held the starring role.
Jill's manager is Craig Dorfman from Frontline Artist's Management.
She has been in many stage plays, and was nominated for a National Irene Ryan Acting Award in the play entitled She Loves Me.
Her first television appearance was in an episode of Beverly Hills, 90210 in 2000.
As of February 2008, Jill is starring in a web series called 3way.
Jill has many tattoos, including one on her lower back, her wrist and her right shoulder.
Jill is part of a vlog on afterellen.com where she and a few friends recap television episodes. It is called We're Getting Nowhere.
Jill enjoys watching The L Word and South of Nowhere.
Jill recaps South of Nowhere and America's Next Top Model with friends on afterellen.com.
(Jll being asked if she would do a nude scene.)
Jill:Only if it was an amazing script, integral to the plot, and paid well.
(About filming the movie In Her Line Of Fire)
Jill: They did defer to me slightly when it came to the lesbian content because I was the only lesbian down there.
Jill:When i am at a straight club, which is like once a year, if a man even looks in my direction, i verbally attack him.
Jill: Acting is something I love to do. I love to perform and I love the art, the craft of it.
Jill:I want to make films that make a difference. I want to be out and hope that that will make things better for gay people and for myself. I hope one day I can start to make the kind of projects or be involved with kind of projects that can really make a difference.
Jill: Never marry a man who hates his mother because he'll end up hating you.
Jill: Outside of being an actress, I feel like being out is the biggest way that gay people can change perception. There are people that give millions of dollars to gay organizations but are closeted to their own families.
Jill: There are plenty of lesbians in Hollywood, but they're not out. And that's their choice, but I can't do that, it's too important to me.
Jill: We are in desperate need of a well-done romantic lesbian comedy.