Jeannie Ortega is a singer and songwriter. She is also into dancing and acting. Jeannie was born in Brooklyn, New York. She was a student at Brooklyn’s High School of the Arts. “Got What It Takes” and “Future Is Clear” were her songs. These were placed on the soundtrack for “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” and “That’s So Raven!” respectively. In October 2005, Ortega made her recording debut (“It’s R Time”) with the album titled “No Place like BKLYN”. She then recorded her pop hit “Crowded” in 2006. “No Place Like BKLYN” made a place in the Billboard Top Heatseekers at number one.

In 2006, Jeannie appeared in the film “Step Up”. She again acted in the flick “ Indelible” (2011) featuring opposite Tristan Wilds. Ortega became a Christian singer and released her album named “Perfect Love” (it got released on 30 January 2012). “Strong” and “Imperfection” are her two music videos in the album.

Jean Smart English Actress

Jean Smart

Jean Smart is an American actress. She has starred in many films, TV shows, and has performed as a theatre actress as well. Jean was born in Washington to Kay and Douglas Smart. Smart had graduated from Ballard High School, Seattle. She is an alumna of University of Washington Professional Actors Training Program. Smart had received her BA degree in fine arts. Jean tied the knot with actor Richard Gilliland. They had their first meet on the sets of “Designing Women” Smart built up a strong identity in regional theatre with companies like Hartford Stage Company, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, etc. She then worked in Off-Broadway and professional regional productions. Smart had portrayed Macbeth and Marlene Dietrich (1981). She had the nomination for Drama Desk Award for her superb performance in “Last Summer at Bluefish Cove” in 1981. Jean appeared in other theatre plays like “Fit to be Tied” (1996) and “The Man Who Came to Dinner” (2000). She was nominated for the Tony Award (Best Actress category) for “The Man Who Came to Dinner”. She starred in various other sitcoms like “Teachers Only” (1982), “Maximum Security” (1984), “Reggie” (1983). Smart enacted the feather-brained Charlene Frazier in “Designing Women” (1986). Some of her notable TV shows include “Maximum Security” (1984), “Hey Arnold!” (1997), “Frasier” (2000-2001), “Martha Logan” (2006-2007), etc. She did Dr. Ann Possible in “Kim Possible” which aired from 2002 to 2007. Smart had done many movies and earned accolades from both public and critics. Some of the films include “Flashpoint” (1984), “Protocol” (where she played Ella), “Project X” (as Dr. Criswell), “Snow Day” (2000), “Life As We Know It” (2010), “Hope Springs” (as Eileen”). “Hope Springs” was released in 2012. In 1999, she acted in “Guinevere” as Deborah Sloane. Smart was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award in the Best Supporting Actress category for this film. Jean Smart was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for “Harry’s Law” in 2012. She has played an active part in spreading public awareness about juvenile diabetes.

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Jennifer Carpenter

Jennifer Carpenter aka Jennifer Leann Carpenter is an American actress. She was born in Louisville, Kentucky. Her parents were Catherine Carpenter and Robert Carpenter. She did her schooling from Raphael the Archangel and later Sacred Heart Academy. She took training from Walden Theater Conservatory program, and later at New York City's Juilliard School. Juilliard School is said to be her Alma Mater. Before completing her graduation, she got a role in Broadway, which was a revival of Arthur Miller's The Crucible in the year 2002. Carpenter got into the limelight after her performance in The Exorcism of Emily Rose. She got critical attention. In 2006, she received awards like MTV Movie Award for Best Frightened Performance and also a Hollywood Life Breakthrough Award. In Scream Awards, she won Breakout Performer. She essayed the role of Debra Morgan in a crime drama television series Dexter which started on October 1, 2006. She played Dexter’s sister in this series. The audience and critics appreciated her performance. She played the role of Debra. In 2011, she was seen in a play named Gruesome Playground Injuries at Second Stage Theater. She also did a guest appearance in a television series The Good Wife. In 2014, she gave her voice to Juli Kidman in a horror video game The Evil Within. This was her first video game appearance, which got released in October 2014. In 2015, she got starred in a Television Series Limitless along with actor Jake McDorman and played the character of Rebbeca Harris. She did films like People Are Dead, Nice Guys Sleep Alone, Gone and Faster. She also did TV Series like Queen B, Pound Puppies and Robot Chicken. Jennifer took part in the "New York City Marathon", completing it in 3:34:28 in the year 2010.

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Jennifer Carpenter English Actress