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      Jennifer Irwin

      Jennifer Irwin

      Highest Rated: 96% The Mortuary Collection (2019)

      Lowest Rated: 60% The Gate (1987)

      Birthday: Jun 17, 1975

      Birthplace: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

      A dark-haired comedic actress with pixieish looks and the ability to dramatically alter her appearance with small facial manipulations, Toronto-native Jennifer Irwin did some child acting work in Canadian productions like "Anne of Green Gables" (PBS, 1986) and the horror feature "The Gate" (1987) before joining the Second City comedy troupe. A graduate of Montreal's McGill University, Irwin worked with Second City from the mid-1990s, appearing in dozens of varied comedic stage performances including challenging improvisational pieces. With Canada as a hotbed of film production, Irwin landed supporting roles in many features, including 1996's "Mrs. Winterbourne" and 1998's "Blues Brothers 2000" while her performance in "Superstar," the 1999 feature adaptation of Molly Shannon's "Saturday Night Live" favorite Mary Katherine Gallagher merited a Canadian Comedy Award nomination. Other credits included a role in the Showtime TV-movie "Harlan County War," a dramatization based on Barbara Kopple's groundbreaking documentary "Harlan County USA," and supporting parts in the 2001 E! Entertainment Television original TV-movie comedy "Spinning Out of Control," starring a skewed Kathie Lee Gifford, and the action feature "Exit Wounds," starring Steven Seagal and DMX in a Detroit setting that bore all the landmarks of Toronto. Having made it in her hometown. Irwin set her sights on Los Angeles, where she hoped to launch a career as a comedic actress. Within weeks of arriving, she was cast on the NBC sitcom landed a guest role on CBS' "The Ellen Show" (2001) and a regular spot on the sitcom "Inside Schwartz" (NBC, 2001-02), where she portrayed Emily, the ambitious wife of David Cobert (Bryan Callen), the edgy best friend of Breckin Meyer's titular character.

      Highest rated movies

      The Mortuary Collection poster The Mortuary Collection The Exchange poster The Exchange Another Evil poster Another Evil Zoom poster Zoom The Gate poster
      The Gate




      No Score Yet No Score Yet Let's Get Physical April Macintosh (Character) - 2022
      67% 70% The Exchange Sheila (Character) - 2021
      96% 70% The Mortuary Collection Margaret (Character) - 2019
      No Score Yet 50% Fallen Stars Gwen (Character) - 2017
      67% 38% Another Evil Mary (Character) - 2016
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Spear Costume Design - 2015
      61% 47% Zoom Marissa (Character) - 2015
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Gilda Radner: It's Always Something Jane Curtin (Character) - 2002
      No Score Yet 57% Whitewash: The Clarence Brandley Story Evidence Secretary (Character) - 2002
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Spinning Out of Control Network Exec (Character) - 2001
      No Score Yet 48% Harlan County War Mary Ball (Character) - 2000
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Melanie Darrow Leslie Hollister (Character) - 1997
      60% 45% The Gate Linda Lee (Character) $11.9M 1987


      No Score Yet 75% The Goldbergs VirginiaKremp (Guest Star),
      93% 80% Superstore Laurie (Guest Star) 2018-2019
      90% 91% Halt and Catch Fire Cookie Kuempel (Guest Star) 2015
      39% 33% Working the Engels Unknown (Guest Star) 2014
      91% 90% Eastbound & Down Cassie Powers (Character) 2009-2010 2012-2013
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Crash Canyon Sheila Wendell (Character) 2011-2013
      56% 74% Breaking In Creepy Carol (Guest Star) 2011-2012
      96% 89% Raising Hope Unknown (Guest Star) 2010
      94% 94% Party Down Mona Greengold (Guest Star) 2010
      89% 95% Better Off Ted Denise (Guest Star) 2010
      No Score Yet 87% Lie to Me Mary Clark (Guest Star) 2009
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Still Standing Linda Michaels (Character) 2002-2006
      54% No Score Yet The Ellen Show Unknown (Guest Star) 2001