Jennifer is currently working on season three of the critically acclaimed FX spy drama series The Americans, starring Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys.
Just landed a part in a series of comedy shorts called The Rex Project! Details to come...
Shot a fun role in a sketch on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, set to air on Comedy Central in Oct/Nov!
Recently wrapped regular work on season two of the Amazon Originals comedy series Alpha House featuring John Goodman and created by Garry Trudeau.
Last summer, Jennifer performed in the world premiere of SACRIFICES, a play in one act by Erin Moughon, directed by R. Alex Murray, and produced Off-Off-Broadway as part of Naked Theater: The Ladies, a festival of new one-acts with Original Binding Productions centered on the theme of being emotionally or physically exposed.
"Probably the most dynamic of the characters was Jephthah’s daughter (Jennifer Alexander), who was offered as a burnt sacrifice when he returned from war. The character’s emotions transitioned from excited to melancholy and then to pensive, all masterfully captured by the skilled Alexander."
-WLAD Danbury, Aug 2013
Previously Jennifer worked season one of ABC's ZERO HOUR, starring Anthony Edwards. She was featured in the film SUING THE DEVIL, shot on
location in Sydney, Australia, which screened internationally and is now available On Demand and on DVD. Other film/TV credits include Vicki (the robot
from Small Wonder) in the indie comedy, MISSION IDIOT, the short SOLARIUM OF GOD, Kathleen Kennedy in “A Kennedy Family Story” in the popular Japanese
show, THE WORLD’S ASTONISHING NEWS!, and voice work for the Emmy Award-winning CGI-animated BBC TV series, ANIMALIA,
currently airing worldwide.
Jennifer will always consider the stage a home and has an extensive background in theatre. Favorite credits include MARY POPPINS as Mary, the Baker’s Wife and Cinderella in INTO THE WOODS, Dorothy in THE WIZARD OF OZ, and MANHATTAN TOWERS, a spoof comedy which had an extended run at Don’t Tell Mama in NYC.
Graduate of Hofstra University, studied at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts in NYC and the Actors Centre Australia in Sydney. Member of SAG-AFTRA.