The oldest of three, Jennifer Keller grew up in Twinsburg, Ohio where she began performing in grade school and local productions at an early age. Her love for performing continued through high school as member of the award-winning show choir, The Great Expectations. As the female soloist for the group, she was awarded two soloist awards at Choir Competitions for her rendition of Nat King Cole’s “Orange Colored Sky”. Her love for performing eventually led her to Ball State University.
While a student at Ball State , Jennifer was crowned Miss Ball State University, a Miss America Preliminary Pageant. After graduating from college, she returned to her home state to compete in The Miss Ohio Scholarship Program. In 2004, she was crowned Miss Clayland, the longest running local pageant in Ohio, and went on to become the 4th Runner Up to Miss Ohio later that year. Jennifer was awarded the prestigious Miss America Community Service Award for her work in raising awareness in high schools and on college campuses about Dating Violence and the Miss Ohio Spirit Award.
Since moving to LA, Jennifer has been seen in national commercials, on the web with the Gieco Caveman and in independent and short films. Favorite roles include suburban Mom, Rita, in “Alison’s Choice” (www.alisonschoice.com); troubled bride, Brooke Mason, in the Indie Feature “Wedding Day” (http://weddingdaymovie.net/) and killer-for-hire, Lisa, in “Selective Memory”. Jennifer also wrote/produced/starred in a Romantic Comedy Short called “One Week” (https://www.facebook.com/OneWeekShortFilm).
When not in front of the camera, Jennifer enjoys spending time with family and friends, chasing after her daughters, scouring Pinterest for new recipes and DIY projects (http://pinterest.com/jenniferkeller1/), and exploring the city of Los Angeles.
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