Jennifer Hetrick attended Ohio State University as a music major with a focus on voice. She performed her own music in various clubs accompanying herself on guitar and dulcimer. Jennifer eventually left her home state of Ohio for New York City to study acting. She attended The Herbert Berghoff Studio and privately studied with Alan Langdon of Circle In the Square, Tony Greco as well as various other teachers. She was a member of the Actors Space Theatre Company, headed by Alan Langdon, where she performed in numerous productions. Jennifer increasingly found herself traveling to Los Angeles to work on television.
She relocated to Los Angeles and within a month was cast as a series regular on Unsub: Unkown Subject,
an ensemble drama produced by Steven J. Cannell on-air for NBC. From there Jennifer landed the role of Corrine Becker, Corbin Bernsen's love interest on L.A. Law.
On Star Trek - The Next Generation
Jennifer recurred as Vash, the trouble-making love interest for Patrick Stewart's character and continued on Star Trek- Deep Space Nine
in a battle of wits with the character Q.
Peter Onorati romanced Jennifer's character on multiple episodes of Civil Wars
on ABC and Lee Horsley also had a romantic interest in her character on multiple episodes of Bodies Of Evidence
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Jennifer starred opposite Henry Winkler in the CBS Movie Of The Week Absolute Strangers
and joined the cast of And Then There Was One,
a movie with Amy Madigan and Dennis Boutsikaris for Lifetime television.
Most recently she starred as Elizabeth Gracen on the critically acclaimed but short lived FOX series Profit.
She guest starred on Perversions Of Science, Dark Skies
as J.T. Walsh's wife and, in the vein of wives, most recently portrayed Sharon, Agent Skinner's wife on The X-Files.
Concurrent to her television work, she is a founding member of "Angel City Tryworks", an acting ensemble in Los Angeles.
After taking time off to start a family, Jennifer returned to the stage where she combined her love for singing and the theatre to star in the acclaimed Los Angeles production of Three Songs.
She continues to work in television and recently wrote and produced a short comedic film with her husband in which she starred. Jennifer just finished another comedic role co-starring with John Cleese in his project Danny Prince.
This past October Jennifer was very happy to be a part of the wonderful ensemble cast in Curt Hahn's feature film No Regrets. < Previous