Jennifer Perry

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Jennifer Perry BIO

Jennifer Perry is an actress, known for Get Him to the Greek (2010), Frozen (2013) and Limitless (2015).

Broadway: Kinky Boots, Mamma Mia! Other credits include: Mamma Mia Las Vegas, (Original Rosie), Nunsense, Off Broadway, (Sister Hubert) Idaho the Musical NYMPH (Aunt Pearlie), Hairspray, The MUNY (Prudy Pingleton) Annie, Music Theater Wichita (Miss Hannigan) Chicago, Riverside Theater (Mama Morton), Blown Sideways Thru Life, Adirondack Theater Festival. Max and Maxine Together Again, NYC.

TV Credits include: "True Blood", "Late night with David Letterman", "Rock the Reception", "Good Morning America".

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Jennifer Perry STAGE CREDITS

[Regional (US)]
Bucks County Playhouse World Premiere Production, 2017

Original Broadway Production, 2013


Original Broadway Production, 2001
Rosie [Replacement]

Jennifer Perry Movies

[2009]Spring Breakdown Seven

[2010]Get Him to the Greek Flirtatious Party Girl

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David Foster, Kat McPhee & More to Perform on 24TH ANNUAL A HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS AT THE GROVE

The special, which takes place at The Grove in Los Angeles, will enhance the inspirational stories of several American families with performances by extraordinary artists, including Estefan, Andy Grammer, Little Big Town and David Foster & Kat McPhee.

Review: Wayne Brady Leads Spectacular KINKY BOOTS at the Hollywood Bowl

Featuring a superb performance from Emmy-winning improv king Wayne Brady as Lola, this new Hollywood Bowl production of KINKY BOOTS---which continues with two more performances July 9-10---marks the triumphant return of the annual summer musical to the world famous venue, armed with a very timely pro-queer, 'be who you wanna be' message that we all need to hear again, especially now.

VIDEO: KINKY BOOTS at the Hollywood Bowl Begins Performances Tonight

Tthe Hollywood Bowl's production of Kinky Boots beings performances tonight and runs through July 10th, 2022, featuring Wayne Brady in the role of Lola, Jake Shears as Charlie, and Kelly Marie Tran as Lauren. Go inside rehearsals and get a first look at the cast in action.

Mark Ballas, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Drew Seeley & More Join KINKY BOOTS at the Hollywood Bowl

Additional casting has been announced for the Hollywood Bowl’s upcoming production of Kinky Boots July 8–10,2022. Find out how to get tickets and see who else is in the cast!

Scoop: Coming Up on A HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS on CBS - Sunday, December 20, 2020

Find out what's happening on Coming Up on A HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS and if it's a new episode, airing on CBS on Sunday, December 20, 2020!

VIDEO: Billy Hipkins Shares His Award Winning Bonnets in the Latest Episode of FINISHING THE BONNET

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS has created the series Finishing the Bonnet to give theater lovers a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of a Broadway bonnet.

BWW Review: AN EVENING WITH NORM LEWIS at Kennedy Center

Backed by the DC area's own incredible pianist Howard Breitbart on piano, Perry Cavari on drums, and Dylan Shamat on bass, Norm impressed from beginning to end, making the trip to the Kennedy Center's Eisenhower Theater well worth the trip.

Review Roundup: THE KING'S SPEECH at the National Theatre - What Did the Critics Think?

David Seidler's original play THE KING'S SPEECH makes its D.C. debut at the National Theatre from February 11-16, 2020. The original play a?" which inspired the 2010 Oscar-winning film by the same name a?" marks the eleventh installment in the venue's 2019-2020 Broadway at the National series, which is set to include an unprecedented 17 productions.

BWW Review: THE KING'S SPEECH at DC's National Theatre, from the Perspective of Someone Who Stutters

At the end of the evening, sitting in the National Theatre, I was impressed with the care the cast and creative team took to present this story onstage. It's not your standard political drama, and it's not your standard inspirational porn about a person with a disability either. It's a compelling story about a complex man - complex like all of us. As a person who stutters, I may have identified with Bertie's struggles in a more personal way than many theatergoers and appreciated that his voice - his true voice - could be heard and not stifled. However, at the end of the day, don't we all just want to be heard and seen and valued for who we are?

BWW Review: COME FROM AWAY Makes Triumphant Return to DC at Kennedy Center

All told, Come From Away, provides a powerfully inviting experience and is perfect for this holiday season. It preaches hope and love in a way that can be appreciated by everyone.

Photo Flash: Kenn Boisinger Was 'The New Voice Of Christmas' At Birdland Theater

Birdland Theater was packed to the gills for crooner/entertainer extraordinaire Kenn Boisinger's show, “The New Voice of Christmas” on Wednesday, December 4.

Review Roundup: What Did Critics Think of WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME at The Kennedy Center?

After a hit run on Broadway, Heidi Schreck's What the Constitution Means to Me has opened at Washington DC's Kennedy Center. Read what the critics had to say!

BWW Review: Broadway Comes to Kennedy Center with WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME

It's common for the Kennedy Center to be a stop for national tours of current or recently closed Broadway shows, but it's a bit of a rarity for it to be a stop for a show that's truly a?oedirect from Broadway.a?? There's no misleading advertising here. While Heidi Schreck's highly personal Tony Award-nominated play 'What the Constitution Means to Me' will embark on a national tour in the near future, the Kennedy Center's offering is unique because it stars the original Broadway cast, including Tony Award nominee Ms. Schreck herself. To that end, the timely show, directed by Oliver Butler, is absolutely worth a look.

BWW Review: ALADDIN Flies Into the Kennedy Center

Some questionable casting choices and a book by Chad Beguelin that's filled with a little too many eyeroll worthy anachronistic jokes, aside, the touring production has a few elements that make a trip to the Kennedy Center worth it.

BWW Review: THE BAND'S VISIT Stirs Emotions at Kennedy Center

The national tour, now playing the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, gave me the opportunity to take another look at the show. Let's just say I'm really glad I had the opportunity.

BWW Review: FALSETTOS Tugs at the Heartstrings at Kennedy Center

Overall, FALSETTOS makes a strong impression at Kennedy Center and is most definitely worth the trip.

BWW Review: An Epic DESCRIBE THE NIGHT at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

Notable for being the final selection of Woolly's incomparable Founding Artistic Director Howard Shalwitz, Rajiv Joseph's 'Describe the Night' is a must-see for any serious DC area theatergoer

Review Roundup: MISS SAIGON on Tour, What Did Critics Think?

'The heat is on' in the U.S. as the national tour of 'Miss Saigon' brings this classic to audiences across America. Check out what the critics in various tour stops have to say about the tour in their reviews below!

BWW Review: THE CHILDREN at Studio Theatre

Studio Theatre's current production of Lucy Kirkwood's contemporary play THE CHILDREN benefits greatly from a strong director (the company's Artistic Director David Muse) guiding three exceptionally talented actors that work together as a singular unit to present the story. Strong production values also enable the cast and audience alike to immerse themselves in the story.


Jennifer Perry has appeared on Broadway in 2 shows.

Jennifer Perry has not appeared in the West End

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