Jessica is a native Ohioan, parttime
Texan, full-time New
Yorker, and is lucky to have
graced stages in all three
states. You may have seen her
last year in a national ESPN
College Football commercial, or
her recent stage credits which
include leading roles in: Hiroshi
– Me, Me, Me (Nominated for
Best Actress in 2010 Strawberry
One-Act Festival), The Victim
(Midtown Int'l Theatre Festival,
Nominated for Outstanding
Production of a Short Subject,
as part of “The Reunion Plays”),
Outpost, How the Moon Fell in
Love, All the King’s Horses
(Abingdon Staged Readings),
Green River (New School Guest
Artist, World Premiere), and The
C Zone (Manhattan Rep).
She produced and acted in A Year in the Life (Producer) and was a Unit Production Manager on the independent film What Goes Around. She and her writing partner, Amy Johnson, are currently in development with EclectionMedia on a new web series, “Scout and Maggie”, scheduled to shoot later this year.
When she’s not acting or avidly following her favorite contemporary playwrights, she likes to watch college football, sample the Mexican cuisine in the city, dance with abandon on occasion, and spend time catching up with her six brothers and sisters, who are themselves a lifelong, everunfolding story.