If I had a bitcoin for every time I wrote about an actor named Jennifer on our site, I would be richer than Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos combined. Nowadays bitcoin is now costlier than rubies and I’m still a long shot from having 1BTC which is over 40 thousand dollars as of the time of writing this post. Sighs, Away from my crypto distractions, what do you know about Jennifer Robertson? Wait, whatever you knew of her might not be enough. Here’s Jennifer Robertson in 1000 words.
Jennifer Robertson: Age and background
Daughter of Bob Robertson and Linda Cullen who were Canadian music-comedy duo in their prime. Jennifer was born on November 24 1971 in Canada. She grew up in Vancouver British Columbia and as she grew, she developed a passion in the entertainment industry by watching her parents perform.
Robertson has a brother named Patrick. There is no information on the schools she attended. She started her acting career in Canadian soil before exporting her talent abroad.
Jennifer Robertson: Career
Jennifer Robertson made her acting debut in a 1998 episode of the sketch comedy series “SketchCom”. She went on to appear in various other television series, including “Twice in a Lifetime” “Point Blank”, “The Gavin Crawford Show” and The Seán Cullen Show.
When she starred and wrote some episodes in the comedy series “This Hour Has 22 Minutes” it became clear that her acting talent was not a fluke, convincing everyone that she entered the entertainment industry to dominate it.
In 2004, Jennifer Robertson wrote and appeared in the lead role of the television film “To Die 4”. In 2005, she starred in the Disney Channel made-for-television film “Twitches”. She went on to appear in another American made-for-television film, including “Knights of the South Bronx” and “Relative Chaos”. She also co-starred as anchorwoman Jennifer Lange in the short-lived Fox News Channel satire comedy series “The 1/2 Hour News Hour”
She guest-starred as an annoyed flight attendant in the Disney Channel sitcom “Hannah Montana”, and voiced Tricia in the animated teen comedy series “6teen”. She starred as Angela Montclaire in the Family Channel teen sitcom “Wingin’ It”, which aired from April 2010 to May 2012. She portrayed Cece Goldsworthy in the tenth season of the long-running teen drama series “Degrassi: The Next Generation”. The film is a Canadian teen drama television series set in the Degrassi universe, which was created by Linda Schuyler and Kit Hood in 1979. It is the fourth installment in the Degrassi franchise, following The Kids of Degrassi Street, Degrassi Junior High, and Degrassi High.
From 2013 to 2014, Jennifer Robertson hosted the HGTV reality competition series Canada’s Handyman Challenge. She appeared in the films “Sassy Pants”, “Valentine Ever After” and “Undercover Grandpa”.
Robertson gained further acclaim for her starring role as Jocelyn Schitt, the mayor’s wife, in the CBC sitcom “Schitt’s Creek”. For her performance in the series, she earned a nomination for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series and four Canadian Screen Awards for Best Supporting or Guest Actress in a Comedy. Robertson has not dropped her acting gloves and age is just a number, she stil has time to appear in many more movies.
Daughter, Full Bio
Jennifer Robertson has a 10-year-old daughter whose identity is yet to be revealed. She posts her daughter frequently on her Instagram account. In 2019, Jennifer got engaged to Andrew Homeyer. Homeyer was previously married to Mauijeen whom he had two kids with Ava and Soph. The actor has a growing net worth.
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