Jennie Eisenhower
Jennie made her Off-Broadway debut in "Suburb" at the York Theatre.

She returns to New York after a critically acclaimed turn as Joan D'Arc in "Saint Joan" at the Olney Theatre.

This fall she won her second Barrymore Award - Best Supporting Actress - for her work as Kate in "The Wild Party" at the Media Theatre. She was honored with a Barrymore in 2002 as well for her work in the Ensemble of "Baby Case" at The Arden Theatre.

Other regional credits include work at The Wilma Theatre, The Helen Hayes Theatre, Gateway Playhouse, Weathervane Repertory Theatre, People's Light and Theatre Company, Act 2 Playhouse and Bristol Riverside Theatre. She has played a number of wonderful leading ladies including Louise in "Gypsy," Catherine in "Proof," Julie Jordan in "Carousel," and Lizzie in "The Rainmaker."

She made her screen debut with a small principal role in "Mona Lisa Smile."

Jennie's cabaret "The Irony of Love" was the opener for Judy Kaye at the Media Theatre. She has also opened for Betty Buckley. She and John Moletress performed a cabaret entitled "Duets" at Danny's Skylight Room.

She is a graduate of Northwestern University.