Jennifer has already started filming Cinemanovel in Vancouver this week and today her co-star Lauren Lee Smith tweeted these photos of the two of them having a good time.
Jennifer plays Lauren’s best friend in this film directed by Terry Miles who also directed Jennifer and Lauren in A Night For Dying Tigers.
Jennifer was last night in the audience of the Fox tv dance show ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ . She was mentioned by judge Nigel Lythgoe and he said she was inspiration to an entire generation of dancers. Jennifer can be seen after the routine by Chehon and Cyrus.
Jennifer afterwards tweeted: “Just went to SYTYCDance. W O W. Such beautiful dancers. Such beautiful Artists. ALL of them”
If you ask her how she spent her summer vacation, actress Jennifer Beals, 48, just sighs.
It was THAT good.
“I swam in Lake Louise this summer and, man, it was cold. But it was so beautiful to be surrounded by that color and to turn and look up at the glaciers.
“It just knocked me out,” says the star of “The L-Word” and “Chicago Code.”
“I had to grease my face and my feet. I had on a full wet suit and a neoprene cap, plus everything else to keep mama warm because it was really cold.
This morning Jennifer was a guest on the Melissa Harris-Perry show, a current affairs and political discussions weekend program on MSNBC.
Jennifer talked about her role in “Lauren” and military sexual assault. Watch the video interview below
The finale of the 3 episodes of the webseries WIGS ‘Lauren’ is online now.
Later today starting at 11:15 am (LA time), Jennifer and Troian will participate on a Q&A’s session on twitter. Use the hash tag #watchwigs if you want to ask any question about Lauren. Jennifer’s session from 11:30 am, Troian’s from 11:15 am.
You can watch all 3 episodes with the links provided below
Jennifer was a guest today on the live-streaming network from the Huffington Post, HuffPost Live, hosted by Janet Varney to talk about her role in “Lauren”.
She was joined by Nancy Parrish, President of Protect Our Defenders and FMR Staff Sgt. Sandra Lee, survivor of a military incident and talked about sexual assaults within the military.