Jennifer Schwalbach Smith Biography

Jennifer Schwalbach Smith is an American actress as well as former reporter for ‘USA Today.’ Check out this biography to know about her childhood, family life, achievements, and fun facts about her.

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Birthday: April 7, 1971

Nationality: American

Famous: Actresses American Women

Age: 48 Years, 48 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Aries

Also Known As: Jennifer Schwalbach, Jennifer Mary Schwalbach

Born in: Newark, New Jersey, United States

Famous as: Actress

Height: 5'10" (178 cm), 5'10" Females

Family:

Spouse/Ex-: Kevin Smith (m. 1999)

children: Harley Quinn Smith

U.S. State: New Jersey

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education: University of California, Los Angeles, Florida State University

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Jennifer Schwalbach Smith is an American actress as well as former reporter for ‘USA Today.’ She has acted in movies like ‘Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back’, ‘Now You Know’, ‘Jersey Girl’, ‘Clerks II’, ‘Zack and Miri Make a Porno’ and ‘Red State’. She has also guest-starred on the TV program ‘Degrassi: The Next Generation’. As a host, she has hosted a podcast named ‘Plus One’ along with her husband. Schwalbach has also co-hosted the daily internet radio show ‘SMod Co SMorning Show’ for SModcast.com. She also appeared as a model for Playboy Magazine's 50th Anniversary Issue in which she posed naked. Very few people know that Schwalbach is also a producer and director. As a producer, she has contributed to the films ‘Tusk’ and ‘Yoga Hosers’. As a director, the American beauty has worked on the documentary titled ‘Oh, What a Lovely Tea Party’.

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Career
  • Jennifer Schwalbach started her career as a reporter for ‘USA Today.’ She then got a job at MTV which she left shortly after. In 2001, she appeared as Missy in the comedy flick ‘Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back’. A year later, she acted in the movie ‘Now You Know’. Then in 2004, she did the comedy drama flick ‘Jersey Girl’. The same year, Schwalbach directed the documentary ‘Oh, What a Lovely Tea Party’. Soon after this, she guest-starred in the series ‘Degrassi: The Next Generation’.
  • In 2006, the actress played the role of Emma in the comedy movie ‘Clerks II’. Two years later, she got featured in the sex comedy movie ‘Zack and Miri Make a Porno’. In 2010, Schwalbach started hosting the podcast ‘Plus One’ along with her husband, Kevin Smith. Previously, she had co-hosted the internet radio show ‘SMod Co SMorning Show’ for SModcast.com as well as the show ‘Plus One Per Diem’.
  • Then in 2011, the American artiste was cast in the action horror flick ‘Red State’. Two years later, she voiced Bluntgirl in ‘Jay & Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie’. After this, Schwalbach served as the executive producer and producer for the movies ‘Tusk’ and ‘Yoga Hosers’ respectively. Around this time, she also appeared in the short movie titled ‘The Mission’.
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Personal Life
  • Jennifer Schwalbach Smith was born as Jennifer Mary Schwalbach on April 7, 1971, in Newark, New Jersey, United States. She graduated from UCLA. She met American film director Kevin Smith while serving as a reporter for ‘USA Today.’ She got romantically involved with him and became pregnant with his daughter. The couple got married in April 1999 and welcomed their first child, Harley Quinn Smith, on June 26, 1999. Currently, Schwalbach lives with her husband and daughter in the Hollywood Hills. The American actress is active on the social networking site Twitter.
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