Jennifer Sciole is one of today's most versatile rising young actresses, with credits that include motion pictures, television, theater and commercials. Since moving to Los Angeles, she has worked alongside highly regarded actors, including Burt Reynolds, Chevy Chase,Jeremy Piven, and David Carradine among others.
Jennifer recently completed production on five major films ("Not Another", "Blood: A Butchers Tale," "One, Two Many," "3 Days Gone" and "Soccer Mom"), is starring in seven films beginning production in 2009 & 2010 ("Beneath," "Wireless," "I Hate Dating," "Crimson," "Cattle Call 2," "Shrinking Charlotte," and "Only in New York") and signed a six-picture deal with Handpicked Films.
Born in Philadelphia, Jennifer is the youngest of six children raised in an Italian blue-collar family, with whom she is still close. She wanted to be an actress for as long as she can remember, appearing in school plays and local television commercials.
Jennifer's first acting job was at the age of fifteen, when she appeared in a local grocery store commercial. She took a break from acting to attend St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia, where she majored in psychology, later switching to business management.
After college, Jennifer returned to acting and moved to Los Angeles where she worked as an extra to gain additional professional experience. Jennifer honed her craft by studying with such noted acting coaches as Bernard Hiller, John Homa and Vincent Chase.
When not acting, Jennifer spends time with her three dogs, Austin, Brady, and Jasper. She is a supporter of Last Chance for Animals and In Defense of Animals, among other charitable organizations. Jennifer also enjoys dancing and studying martial arts.