Jeananne Goossen is a Canadian-American actress best recognized for playing Dr. Krista Bell-Hart in the medical drama series ‘The Night Shift’. She is also known for playing recurring roles in the shows ‘Criminal Minds’, ‘Alcatraz’, ‘Falcon Beach’, ‘11 Cameras’ and ‘Wild Roses’. Goossen has done a handful of movies, such as ‘Breakfast with Scot’, ‘The Vow’ and ‘Debug’. She has acted in a considerable number of television films as well; these include ‘The Dealership’, ‘The B Team’ and ‘Riverworld’. Talking about her honors and awards, the Canadian-American artist once earned a Gemini Award nomination under the category ‘Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Series’ for her performance in ‘Falcon Beach.’ Coming to her personal life, Goossen, who is a young and charming actress, has a down-to-earth personality. She likes to stay in touch with her fans and this is the reason she is active on many social networking sites.
Jeananne Goossen first had a recurring role in the 2006 drama series ‘11 Cameras’. She then appeared in the drama ‘Falcon Beach’ in 2007. The same year, she did the flick ‘Breakfast with Scot’. After this, she was cast as Ricky in the series ‘Wild Roses’ and as Anne Hale in the short film ‘138 Arlington’ in 2009. The same year, the actress also got featured in the TV films ‘The Dealership’ and ‘The B Team’.
Soon after this, Goossen played the role of Nikki in the series ‘Alcatraz’. Then after guest-starring in the programs ‘Emily Owens, M.D’, ‘The Following’ and ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’, she joined the cast of the medical drama ‘The Night Shift’ as Dr. Krista Bell-Hart. During this time, the actress also played the role of Kaida in the movie ‘Debug’. Then in 2017, Goossen had a recurring role in the drama ‘Criminal Minds’. She also guest-starred in the series ‘MacGyver’ the same year.
You May Like
Continue Reading Below
Jeananne Goossen was born on January 3, 1985 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Her father Ted Goossen, who is from New York, is a professor of Japanese literature and film. Her mother Tam Goossen, who is from Hong Kong, is an activist as well as municipally elected executive in education.
Goossen attended McGill University in Montreal and studied biochemistry there. Later on she joined the York University's prestigious program for a short interval. While in Japan, the actress attended bilingual programs in Japanese and French language schools.
Coming to Goossen’s love life, she is supposedly single and is not dating anyone as of now. It seems as if she is either focusing only on her career or she doesn’t want to disclose her personal details to the public. However, Goossen’s fans can discover more about her private as well as professional life by following her on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.