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Jessa Duggar

Jessa Duggar was born on November 4, 1992 as Jessa Lauren Duggar. She is known for her work on Courageous (2011), Jill & Jessa Counting On (2015) and The 5 Day Adoption (2016). She has been married to Benjamin Seewald since November 1, 2014. They have two children. See full bio »


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Courageous Girl at Funeral
Jill & Jessa Counting On
The 5 Day Adoption
The Insider
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 2008-2009 17 Kids and Counting (TV Series documentary) (additional photography - 2 episodes)
- Duggars' Room with a View (2009) ... (additional photography)
- And Baby Makes 18 (2008) ... (additional photography)
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Daughter of Michelle Duggar and Jim Bob Duggar. See more »


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