|Height||5' 7" (1.7 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Jeni Lee Dinkel grew up in Milford, Ohio with her parents Leo and Virginia Smith. She attended Milford High School and was a Milford cheerleader. She married Cincinnati Bengal linebacker, Thomas Dinkel and they lived in Villa Hills, Kentucky overlooking the Ohio river and Cincinnati, Ohio. Tom and Jeni have two children, Taylor and Alex Dinkel. They are now proud grandparents of Julia Avery Moore who is three years old. Jeni's big break came through the film was "Lost In Yonkers". She was hired by Danny Striepeke and based on Danny's recommendation to Monty Westmore she was hired on "Shawshank Redemption". It was during "Shawshank Redemption" that Danny Striepeke called her again, and asked her to work with him on "Forrest Gump". To this day Jeni's two greatest mentor's in her career are Danny Striepeke and Monty Westmore. In 1998 Jeni was approached by an investment group to fund her own cosmetic "makeup artist" line. She worked directly with her own hand chosen chemist developing, designing each product for a multi-cultural cosmetic line. Based on her years of experience in the film industry and private makeup consulting with news anchors all over the country, the brand was designed for all women. She wrote a book called "Makeup Scenes" and launched her full line of "Jeni Lee" cosmetics and skincare at Henri Bendel on August 5, 2000. Her cosmetic line then appeared in Nordstrom, Robinson-May Stores and Jeni Lee Stores throughout the country. In 2005, she sold "Jeni Lee' cosmetics to an Asian Company, Lucent Cosmetics. She now consults with other beauty and skincare companies in the USA and continues as a makeup artist in the film industry.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Jeni Lee Dinkel
|Thomas Dinkel||(22 September 1984 - present) ( 2 children)|