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Overview (2)

Nickname Jac
Height 5' 9" (1.75 m)

Mini Bio (2)

Jacqueline Lord got her first break at age 19 when she was discovered by modeling scouts who urged her to move to New York and pursue a career with the IMG agency. Though she had intended to explore music in college, she spent the next five years shooting advertising campaigns for major commercial brands such as Crest, AT&T, Royal Caribbean and Priori Skincare. In addition, she cultivated her acting career with roles in films such as Steven Seagal's cult favorite Mercenary for Justice (2006) and hit television shows like Hawaii Five-0 (2010), Two and a Half Men (2003) and Franklin & Bash (2011)). While balancing her acting and modeling careers, she also continued to write music and put out her first EP in 2006. Jacqueline's musical breakthrough came in 2008 when she wrote "Broken" for the soundtrack of the film Stiletto (2008), in which she also had a cameo appearance. Jacqueline was still searching for her true voice as an artist, and appeared as a favor to a friend in the music video for the track "Lonely Girl" by London-based vocal trance group OceanLab. It soon became clear that dance music would be in her future.

Jacqueline achieved public musical acceptance by unleashing her debut dance single, "Killer." The track hit #3 on the MW Commercial Pop Chart's Top 30, topping Cher and Tyler Cruz, and #5 on the MW Upfront Club Chart Top 100--the highest new entry, beating out Annie Lennox and Katy Perry. The track was brought to the dance floor by top UK remix and DJ duo Soulshaker--the team that has contributed their talents to such chart-topping artists as Lindsay Lohan, Paul Harris and Crystal Waters.

Jacqueline is working on a dance EP which is scheduled to debut early 2013.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: official website (qv's & corrections by A. Nonymous)

Jacqueline Lord has established herself as an accomplished musician, actress, songwriter and model. Sure, she was playing Mozart and Beethoven on the piano at the ripe old age of five, and grew up with every intention of pursuing a degree in music, but at 19 she was discovered by a modeling scout and encouraged to move to New York, a long way from that small Midwestern town where she had spent her entire life.

Jacqueline embraced the opportunity with equal parts determination and courage. With an amazing sense of adventure she began a highly successful career, shooting countless advertising campaigns for Crest, AT&T, Royal Caribbean, Target, Priori Skincare and Chicos to name but a few. Unlike many who would have been content with a lucrative career donning designer clothes, and traveling to exciting locals around the globe, Jacqueline never stopped pushing herself and continued to write music, recording her first EP in 2006. Not long after, Jacqueline's musical breakthrough came when she wrote and performed her haunting ballad "Broken" for the soundtrack of the film "Stiletto" in which she also had a cameo appearance. As a favor to a friend she appeared in the music video for the track "Lonely Girl" by London vocal trance group OceanLab. With a whole new genre to embrace, Jacqueline made it her own and unleashed her addictive dance single "Killer" with much deserved acclaim. Brought to the dance floor by top UK remix and DJ duo Soulshaker, the track shot to #3 on the MW commercial PO Chart's Top 30, with apologies to Cher and Taylor Cruz for topping their efforts. Her #5 spot on the MW Upfront Club Chart Top 100 was the highest new entry, outperforming both Annie Lennox and Katy Perry. More apologies all around.

Again, not one to ever rest on her laurels let alone just rest, Jacqueline cultivated an acting career, always pushing to expand her scope. She landed a starring role, holding her own opposite Steven Segal in the cult classic Mercenary for Justice, as well as hit television shows like Hawaii Five-O, Two and Half Men, and sentimental favorite Days of Our Live. Jacqueline can also be seen in the newly released indie episodic web series "Vigilante Diaries" from Jay Mewes of 'Jay and Silent Bob' fame.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Official Website

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