Jenna Von Oy | Biography

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Beautiful and talented American actress Jenna von Oy won everyone’s heart after she portrayed Six Lemeure in popular series “Blossom”. An award winning actress has already worked in more than twenty movies and television series and is still longing for more. With the acting experience in the theater, she entered the screen with 1986’s television film, “The Kingdom Chums: Little Davis’s Adventure”. An award winning actress has tried her hand in musical arena as well. She dropped her debut album titled, “Breathing Room” on 18th of September 2007.

 Born Jennifer Jean von Oy on 2nd of May 1977, Jenna is native of Danbury, Connecticut. Her parent Frank von Oy and Gloria always encouraged her acting skills and by age five she already had taste of acting in front of audiences on stage. Jenna is of Dutch heritage. She completed her schooling through the Newtown High School. Though she made her career in acting since her childhood, she took some time off to further her education and joined the University of Southern California’s film school. At the university, she was associated with the Kappa Alpha Theta fraternity. However she did not complete her education and drop after 2 years in order to focus on her acting career.

38 years old Jenna von Oy is a married woman with two children. She walked down the aisle with her dream man Brad Bratcher on 10th of October 2010 after dating for a few years. Her husband is computer data consultant by profession. The couple extended their family with a birth of a baby girl named Gray in May 2012. They welcomed their second daughter, Marlowe in November 2014. Previously Jenna was linked with Rikki Lee Travolta; however the rumor of their relationship was never confirmed. Born with beautiful features, Jenna has not tried to alter her looks with the help of surgeons. She can speak French fluently and has airplane-phobia. The happy family is currently residing in California.

The pretty and spunky supporting artist Jenna von Oy began acting career as a child artist, appearing in stage productions and commercials. She landed her first major on-screen acting gig at age nine in 1996, playing Mary Ann on television movie “The Kingdom Chums: Little David’s Adventure”. That same year, she scored a guest spot in an episode of “Tales from the Darkside”. In the year 1987, she starred in TV film “At Mother’s Request” and landed a guest role in “Kate & Allie”. After appearing as Amy in an episode of “Monsters”, she nabbed a part of Young Suzanne Kovic in autobiography, “Born on the Fourth of July”. Since 1990 to 1991, she played Kelly Callahan in “Lenny”. For her performance in “Lenny”, she received Young Artist Award nomination for Best Young Actress Starring in a New Television Series.

Though with these projects, she had already built a resume that gave her some name in the industry, she was still waiting for the role which could thrust her into the stardom. Her wait was over when she was cast as Six Lemeur in the popular series “Blossom”. The series did not only give her recognition among the television audiences but also earned her 1993 Young Artist Award in the category of Best Young Actress Co-Starring in a Television Series and 1993 Young Artist Award for Best Youth Comedienne. In the year 1992, she received Young Artist Award nomination for Best Young Actress Co-starring in a Television Series. She followed this success with several other successful projects. She appeared as herself in an episode of “Saved by the Bell: The College Years” and lent voice for the character named Stacey for animated movie “A Goofy Movie”. Her acting credits include roles in movies and series, such as “She Cried No”, “Dying to Belong”, “Chicago Hope”, “Unhappily Ever After”, “7th Heaven”, “Moesha”, “Pepper Ann”, “The Parkers”, “What’s with Andy?”, “Cold Case”, “Family Guy” and “Dr. Dolittle 3”. After disappearing from the lime light for full six years, she returned back as Rose in 2012 movie “Lukewarm”. Her net worth is estimated to be two million dollars. For more info, readers may visit wiki.