Jennifer Morrison

Jennifer Marie Morrison is an American actress, producer, director, and model born in April 12, 1979, in Chicago Illinois. Her career began as a child, modeling for companies such as Rice Krispies and JCPenney. Morrison is best known for her recurring roles on the television series House M.D., Once Upon a Time, and How I Met Your Mother. The first role she landed on the big screen was in 1994 where she played the daughter of Sharon Stone and Richard Gere in Intersection. She has since been in numerous television series and movies including Miracle on 34th Street, Mall Cop, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Star Trek, Dawson’s Creek, Chase and many others. In 2008 she received a nomination for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series for her role in House. She made her directorial debut with her feature film Sun Dogs in 2017 and has also dabbled in theater, landing roles in the plays The Miracle Worker in 2010 and The End of Longing in 2017.