Jennie Fahn

2045 Prosser Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90025
Phone: 310-415-5286
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Jennie is a writer/actor. Her solo comedy, Under The Jello Mold, premiered at the 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival. The show was a sequel to You Mutha! A One-Mother Show (which had a 2-year run in Los Angeles and was featured in the 2005 N.Y. Fringe Festival). On film, Jennie is featured in Gloria Bell, Spinning Man, and Muse and on TV in The Walking Dead: World Beyond (AMC), Games People Play (BET), I’m Dying Up Here (Showtime), One Day at A Time (Netflix) and others (if you watch TV without blinking). Notable theatre appearances include: Amadeus (with Neil Patrick Harris at the Hollywood Bowl), The Wild Party (with Eric Anderson at the Alex Theater), and Wonderful Town (with Lucie Arnaz). Screenwriting credits: web-series 5-Star Weekend, and short films Jerry, Break, and Tea With Grandma (in which Jennie co-starred along with Tippi Hedren). Currently in development: As Long As You’re Happy (a full-length play; co-written with Maxine Rosenberg); and Bris Amiss! The Musical (librettist).

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Awards and Accolades: Under the Jello Mold – Best Solo Performance Award, Producers’ Encore Award, “Pick of the Fringe” (Hollywood Fringe Festival – 2017); Tea With Grandma –  Best Supporting Actress (New York International Independent Film & Video Festival), Audience Award – Best International Short (Chichester International Film Festival)

List of plays: Broads! The Musical (book – El Portal Theater), Does It Make A Sound?(one/one of Four Tree Plays – Hollywood Fringe), 12 Items or Less (one-act – Friends and Artists Theater, LA), and Cracker Jack Day (children’s musical – book/lyrics – Friends and Artists Theater).


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