I was born in Massachusetts, raised in New York City, and lived in a few places outside of the city life. I felt like I was searching for something wonderful all my life, and had not found it yet until I entered the film industry. It is a magical experience when you collaborate with different people, travel to different sites, play different parts, and find yourself working odd hours to make it happen. We all make it happen.
Name: Jeszenia Jimenez
Lives in: New York City, New York
Unique traits: ethnically-ambiguous, various accents, ability to cry, improv comedy, and open-minded.
Film by Adam Keleman Actress
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Staring at the Sun
Film by Harry Greenberger (Comedy and Drama) Actress Two teenage Brooklyn Hasidic schoolgirls, unable to live under the strict rules of their community take the family car and run away across America to find what they assume will be the life of total freedom that lies beyond their insular world. They discover that a world where they don't understand the game is more dangerous than a world with too many rules, and they try to make their way in a new context, under new identities, and within an entirely new lifestyle.
B by Miyuki Gaeta (Short and Drama) Actress At a typical New York high school, social outcast Leilani Reeves faces bullying from Rylee Floyd and other popular girls due to her shyness and sexuality. She forms an unexpected bond with physical education teacher Misha King, who defends Leilani and shares experiences and difficulties from her own life as a gay mother. The two separately face Rylee's continuous antagonism until sudden moments of conflict and intimacy bring the three women together and reveal either desperation or reconciliation. Written by Miyuki Gaeta
About That Life
Television by Natalie Kay Hodge (Drama) Actress When socialite Zen Richards blows through the trust fund left to her by her deceased celebrity parents, she turns to her only remaining friend to help her manage. Fire, New York City's premiere night club promoter, agrees to move in with Zen not only out of the goodness of his heart, but also because he too, is in the midst of a major financial disaster. Even though his events are more popular than ever, a weekly pay out to the silent partners who helped him start his business is bleeding him dry. Knowing that they need an additional stream of income to keep Zen's estate afloat, Fire rents out the first floor apartment, which were previously the servants' quarters. Zen and Fire's new tenants, Ally, Jalina and Cal are all making ends meet working in New York's hottest spots at night while pursuing their true passions during the day. In addition to managing their own drama, they are also privy to the salacious secrets of the rich and famous party goers they serve as well as the grimy ... Written by Natalie Kay Hodge
A Crime to Remember
Television by Christine Connor (Documentary and Crime) Actress A look back at famous cases from the past.
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Television by Dick Wolf (Crime, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Actress In the criminal justice system, sexually based offenses are considered especially heinous. In New York City, the dedicated detectives who investigate these vicious felonies are members of an elite squad known as the Special Victims Unit. These are their stories. Written by John Craig
T. Schreiber Studio
Alan Gordon's Studio