Who is Jenna Elfman
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Jenna was born September 30, 1971 in Los Angeles, California. She started to appear in minor roles on various TV series in early nineties ad slowly rose to prominence. Her notable movies include Keeping the Faith, Town & Country, and Friends with Benefits. She was a part of main cast on shows like Townies, Dharma & Greg, Courting Alex, Accidentally on Purpose, and 1600 Penn. In 2014, Elfman is starring on Growing Up Fisher as Joyce Fisher.
Elfman met her future husband, Bodhi Elfman, in February of 1991 when they were auditioning for a Sprite commercial. The couple dated for four years before marrying in 1995. While her husband was of Jewish descent, he was a practicing Scientologist when he met Elfman, who had been raised Roman Catholic. After meeting, he introduced her to the teachings of the Church of Scientology and Elfman decided to join as well. Elfman has since gotten involved with a number of the church’s initiatives. She was a keynote speaker at the Human Rights Hero Award event, organized by the Scientology-affiliated groups, Youth for Human Rights International and Artists for Human Rights. She also co-hosted the 2008 Scientology-affiliated New York Rescue Workers Detoxification Project Charity Event along with Charlie Sheen.
Inspirational Quotes by Jenna Elfman
"You know, she was a girl. She was a female. And she wasn't like, trying to compete in a man's world and she wasn't trying to be in a man's position, she was just who she was. And I think that was like, a good thing."
"Yeah, I think the common denominator - and this is probably going to sound like Acting 101 - but the common denominator is belief in the character in the moment."
"And you know, we did it as an independent film, and we weren't expecting it to be on television, and Lifetime ended up buying it. And the viewers responded intensely to that film."
"It's such a pleasurable experience to look back, and all of the fun I had just comes rushing back."
"It was the most pleasurable thing I've ever done, playing this character, and I just remember feeling so at home and so - I don't know, I was just happy - and it just wasn't ever work! It was like a sandbox for me, and I would crack myself up rehearsing."