|Date of Birth||2 November 1974, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
Born and raised in New Orleans, Jennifer Fontaine has been in the entertainment industry, both in front of and behind the camera, for over a decade. By 14, Jennifer's "playground" was the backlot of Universal Studios, Orlando giving her the unique opportunity to vigilantly observe the inner workings of production.
Surrounded by many gifted and passionate mentors whose influences helped guide the development of her talent and professionalism, in 1996, Jennifer's dedication to filmmaking brought her westward.
Jennifer's propensity for realism most recently brought her the role of Louise in Look, a voyeuristic feature that captures the secret lives of people through surveillance cameras, directed by the creative indie powerhouse Adam Rifkin, as well as the starring role of Suzie, the bored Orange County suburbanite, in the mocumentary Krush helmed by award-winning director Topher Straus. As the meddlesome private eye Juliet, in Lauren Hollingsworth's Interference, festival audiences applauded her starring performance from Montreal to the UK, Los Angeles to New York and even in the Deep South, but it was her collaboration with Mark Bernier on The Last Time We Were; that won the duo a Silver Remi at WorldFest Houston 2006 for Best Original Narrative Short.
Jennifer also has a deep affinity for the stage, deviating from mainstream productions; she opts for creative transformations and diverse characterization.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Susan Smith
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