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Date of Birth 18 May 1979Northampton, Pennsylvania, USA
Birth NameJennifer Lee Gotzon
Height 5' 4" (1.63 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Since portraying Tricia Nixon in Ron Howard's Oscar-Nominated Frost/Nixon, Jenn's become an American leading lady in uplifting and redemptive movies. Film Advisory Board's "Award of Excellence and Outstanding Contribution to the Entertainment World" was given to Jenn Gotzon last year for her performance in "Doonby".

Bit by the acting bug at the age of 15 her local talent agency, Chartreuse Talent Management in Allentown, PA got her started with acting classes, pageants and public speaking. Her dedication to personal growth lead her to continue her education at The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts two-year program in NYC and Joanne Baron / DW Brown Studio two-year conservatory in LA.

In 1998, Gotzon moved to Orlando, FL to be a dancer for Walt Disney World's Entertainment Department as Sassy Buzz in the inaugural parade for the brand new Animal Kingdom. She is proud to say she is now fluent in Bumble Bee.

Eventually, Gotzon made her way out west working for Google. In 2002, she landed her first protagonist role in romantic-drama "Julie and Jack" (directed by James Nguyen best known for his cult-classic "Birdemic") earning her a Best Actress award in the San Francisco independent film market.

Finally, she journeyed south of San Francisco to the lights and glamour of Hollywood. To learn more about studio productions, she began doing stand-in work and made featured appearances on tv shows "Pushing Daisies", "House", "CSI: NY" and films "Yes Man" and "500 Days of Summer".

In 2008, she was blessed to help make cinematic history by starring in the dramatic short film "Stained" which was the first film ever shot on the RED Camera to win multiple awards at a film festival pulling in an astounding 13 accolades including a Best Actress award to Gotzon. A few months later, she received the Rising Star award for her rom-com short "Chemistry" where festival judges started saying, "Jenn Gotzon has the effervescence of Reese Witherspoon and the emotional depth of Kate Winslet".

Later that year, her career exploded on the red carpet at the world premiere of "Frost/Nixon" in London at the BFI Film Festival. Her attributes were championed and encouraged by her late publicist and dear friend, Scotty Dugan. His red carpet vision came to fruition with Gotzon gracing the covers of magazines, newspapers and even appeared as a guest speaker for the Academy at the Aspen Academy Film Screening for her involvement playing one of the First Family members. Even though her character Tricia was in six scenes and all cut out to a few glimpses, independent filmmakers saw Gotzon's star rising. In March 2010, Jenn was offered her first major lead role in "Doonby" surrounded by a veteran all-star cast: John Schneider (TV's Dukes of Hazzard), Ernie Hudson (Ghostbusters) and Robert Davi (Goonies).

Since 2010, Jenn Gotzon has starred in over 20 film and television productions many of which were directly offered. She is proud to say that every one of these roles have remained in line with her passion: to entertain, to impact, to inspire and ultimately bring hope to audiences everywhere.

Gotzon has a motivational speaking program called "Inspiring Audiences"where she travels nationwide and pioneers opportunities to show the movies she stars in, followed by in-depth conversation about moral lessons of the movie and an innovative exercise to help people grasp the passions of their heart to begin living their dreams.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: SDI Entertainment

Spouse (1)

Chris Armstrong (4 April 2006 - 22 May 2014) (divorced)

Trivia (2)

Worked on two Oscar-Nominated films playing historical characters.
Was direct offered 17 out of 19 roles she starred in since 2010. The films she had to audition for were "God's Country" and "Out of Ashes".

Personal Quotes (1)

Impact and inspire audiences through the art of storytelling on film.

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