JENNEFER FOLSOM made Chicago home in 2015. Recent television credits include CHICAGO MED (NBC) and IN AN INSTANT(ABC), as well as industrials, print and commercial work. Most recently, Jenn wrapped a starring role the short film BASE CAMP, which filmed in Detroit, her main scene partner being a real, live yak.
In LA, Jenn appeared on KEY & PEELE, CRIMINAL MINDS, and Paramount's AREA 51 (directed by PARANORMAL ACTIVITY's Oren Peli), as well as several shorts on funnyordie.com, which she also wrote and produced. On stage she developed new works with Noah Wyle's The Blank Theatre and participated in numerous storytelling events, including Spark off Rose, which led to her inspiring story about her grandfather, a federal felon and Tom Cruise's P51 airplane airing on NPR last spring.
Jennefer holds a BSS in theater from Northwestern University and a MFA in Acting from the Professional Actor Training Program (PATP) at The University of Washington in Seattle. She is married to actor David Folsom. When not on set or auditioning, together they spend the majority of their time trying to keep their 3 year old toddler, Leroy, alive.