Jenn Proske | Biography

To land a starring role within few months of entering the industry is a very rare and incredible opportunity that every newbie would crave for. However not everyone can be as lucky as Jenn Proske who grabbed a starring role in a big budget New Regency and FOX movie titled “Vampire Sucks” just after spending four months in Hollywood. Though movie was a big disaster it established Jenn as a well known actress in the industry, earning acclaims for her performance. Since then, there is no looking back for this accomplished actress as she has worked in a diverse range of series, demonstrating her versatility with every project she laid her hands on. Not just television and features, she has entertained theater audiences as well.

The future star Jenn Proske came into the world on August 8, 1987. Native of Toronto, Canada, Jenn is a daughter of an advertising creative director and former professional dancer. She has a sister named Becca. Her family relocated to United States when Jenn was merely four years old. Growing up in California, Jenn developed love for performing and became actively involved in locale Children’s Theater Productions since her childhood. Her passion for acting continued to grow while studying at the Tesoro High School. To give wings to her childhood dream, she auditioned for the acting program at the Boston University. She was seventeen years old when she got selected. During Jenn’s time in Boston University, she studied in Australia where she joined the Sydney Theater Company. She graduated in May 2009 with degree in Acting and Theatre Arts. Following her graduation, she quit her floral designing job and flew to Los Angeles to pursue her dream of becoming actress.

Engaged in 2012, Jenn and Stephen Schneider exchanged marriage vows on 26th of May 2013. The couple extended their family with the birth of their first and only child on 28th of March 2015. They named their baby girl, Ava Morata Schneider. Genetically blessed with perfect features, Jenn has not felt the need of altering the shape of her features to make it look more beautiful through any artificial treatments. Like every celebs, Jenn takes time from her busy schedule to show her supports different charity events.

Though she began profession acting in 2010, acting is not new to Jenn. She started performing on stage while she was merely six years old when she was cast to play Ticklish the Dwarf in “Snow White”. She continued to act throughout her high school and college. In 2008, Robert Harling hired her to portray the character of Shelby in “Steel Magnolias”. The following year, she played Titania & Hippolyta in theater production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and has the part of Mariah on Off-Broadway production “Pope Joan”. Her stars changed when Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer cast her as Becca Crane in “Vampires Suck”, starring Matt Lanter, Christopher N. Riggi, Ken Jeong, Arielle Kebbel and Anneliese van der Pol. Her performance in the movie earned her Beverly Hills Film and TV Festival Award for Best New Actress in 2010. The following year, she was tapped to portray Cambria West in “The Infamous Exploits of Jack West”. That same year, she landed guest roles in television series “Home Game” and “CSI: NY”. More guest roles came to her way: she portrayed Meghan Weller in “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, Amanda Martini in “Major Crimes”, Clarissa Withworth in “Beauty & the Beast”, Lilu Green in “Rizzoli & Isles”, and Cheri in “Cristela”. She has a recurring role in “Graceland”. In 2012, she portrayed Dina Van Cleve in television film “Sexting in Suburia”.

She has worked in a number of stage and theater productions, including “Stage Door”, “Much Ado About Nothing”, “Aurora Borealis”, “In This Body”, “Lizzie Stranton”, “Steel magnolias”, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and “Pope Joan”. Sadly no reliable websites has revealed the numerical data of net worth of Jenn Proske. She is active in Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. As she is an established figure, a number of websites have post her detailed biography in their sites. For more information, visit wiki.

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