Jennifer Aspen

Biography: Jennifer Aspen can credit her career as an actress to an early high school experience in Santa Cruz, CA, during detention. She heard music and followed the sound to discover students who were auditioning for the play "How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying." She auditioned for the classic musical and, to her surprise, nabbed the lead role. Aspen went on to attend UCLA's School of Theatre, Film and Television, where she received a BA in Theatre.
She made her television debut as a guest star on the comedy series "Hope and Gloria," quickly followed by an appearance on the long-running hit drama, "Beverly Hills, 90210." She has been a series regular on the television shows "Party of Five," "Bob Patterson" and "Come to Papa," and has had numerous guest-star and recurring roles on shows such as "Friends," "CSI: Crime Scene Investigations," "Will and Grace," "The Agency," "Line of Fire," "The Lyon's Den" and "Karen Sisco."
During her summer hiatus, the busy actress
Jennifer Aspen can credit her career as an actress to an early high school experience in Santa Cruz, CA, during detention. She heard music and followed the sound to discover students who were auditioning for the play "How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying." She auditioned for the classic musical and, to her surprise, nabbed the lead role. Aspen went on to attend UCLA's School of Theatre, Film and Television, where she received a BA in Theatre.
She made her television debut as a guest star on the comedy series "Hope and Gloria," quickly followed by an appearance on the long-running hit drama, "Beverly Hills, 90210." She has been a series regular on the television shows "Party of Five," "Bob Patterson" and "Come to Papa," and has had numerous guest-star and recurring roles on shows such as "Friends," "CSI: Crime Scene Investigations," "Will and Grace," "The Agency," "Line of Fire," "The Lyon's Den" and "Karen Sisco."

During her summer hiatus, the busy actress most recently completed production on the feature film "Mr. Woodcock," with Billy Bob Thornton. Other film credits include "Vanilla Sky," "See Jane Run," "The Others," "Changing Habits," "A Very Brady Sequel" and "Sometimes They Come Back... Again," as well as the recent independent features "L.A. Twister" and "Guy in Row Five."

For the stage, Aspen made her professional debut in the Pasadena Playhouse production of "The Lion in Winter," opposite Broadway star Carol Cook. Additional theatre credits include "The Half Lives of Marie Curie," "The Love of a Nightingale," "Pieta," "The Water Engine" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream."

In her spare time, Aspen enjoys taking road trips, reading, dancing, photography and anything having to do with nature. She resides in Los Angeles with her fiancŽ, three cats and two dogs.

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Jennifer Aspen's Scores

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Average career score: 29
Highest Metascore: 29 L.A. Twister
Lowest Metascore: 29 L.A. Twister
Score distribution:
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  3. Negative: 1 out of 1
1 movie review
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
29 L.A. Twister Aug 27, 2004 Mindy 9.5