Most recently, Jill Paice starred as Milo in An American in Paris and Miss Honey in the Broadway production of Matilda. On the West End and on Broadway, Jill starred as Laura Fairlie in The Woman In White. She originated the role of Niki Harris in Curtains at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles and on Broadway. Also on the West End, Jill originated the role of Scarlett O’Hara in Gone With The Wind at the New London Theatre. She also appeared in Broadway’s The 39 Steps. Jill was nominated for a Helen Hayes award for her role as Florence in Chess at The Signature Theatre in Arlington, Virginia. For the Roundabout, Jill appeared as Grazia in Maury Yeston’s Death Takes A Holiday, and as Anne Egerman in the Roundabout’s concert reading of A Little Night Music. In conjunction with the New York Philharmonic, Jill appeared in Company (Susan) which was filmed for PBS and Titanic (Carolyn). Other credits include Sophie in the original Las Vegas company of Mamma Mia, the national touring company of Les Miserables and as Betty Haynes in White Christmas. On television, Jill has appeared on “White Collar,” “Unforgettable,” “Person Of Interest” and “The Beautiful Life.” She is a graduate of Baldwin-Wallace University.