Jenna Goodwin

Jenna Goodwin

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Actor

London, England

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August 2013
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About Jenna

Best known for her work in the film I Against I playing mother to the real son of the films director James Marquand, son of Richard Marquand, director of Return of the Jedi. Her debut performance was in the the comedy horror film Doghouse, starring Danny Dyer, Stephen Graham and BAFTA award winner Noel Clarke. Then went on to star in the drama documentary Peter- A Study For A Portrait Of A Serial killer. Which is based on the Yorkshire Ripper. It went to European film festivals including Berlin and won several awards She then became a member of the multi-award-winning director MBE Rikki Beadle Blairs company Team Angelica. Playing roles in the original casts of stage and film productions written and directed by the man himself. She has trained in the martial art Wing Chun Kung Fu, wanting to be an action performer and would love to do action adventure films as well as period dramas. Currently working on next release true romance Pearls of Africa.

Unique traits: Martial arts trained in wing Chun Kung Fu, half South American half English. Animal rights activist, vegan, teacher, spiritual.

Credits

  • Fighting Back

    Fighting Back (2019)
    Film by Goliath, Martin Jones Thomas (Action, Crime and Thriller) Gail Special Forces veteran Tom Hicks returns home from military operations to find that his Cousin has been murdered in his old neighbourhood! With the Police having no leads to go on and as a consequence, Tom decides to put his military training to good use and do his own investigating. However, Tom's old neighbourhood is not as it once was and it is not very long until Tom ends up in a major altercation where he gets noticed by the wrong people! Tom thought that he had left War behind him in the military, but little did he realize how things would escalate out of control as a result of his actions!

  • Pearls of Africa

    Pearls of Africa (2018)
    Film by Shakazi productions, Sharon Again (Drama and Romance) Alison Set in Kenya, during the late 1980s. A powerful tale of two people brought together by their love for each other but separated by the hate and prejudice of others.

  • The Unknown

    The Unknown (2017)
    Theater by Directors Cut, Daisy Milner (Drama) Sarah A one woman show, telling her story about having amnesia from what she's been told but, is it true?

  • NERINA PALLOT music video

    NERINA PALLOT music video (2017)
    Music by The Springhead Film Company Ltd, James Webber (Music) Daisy Set in a 1970s house party. Gategrashers come inside only to be kicked out by the hostess Nerina Pallot.

  • TROOPERS

    TROOPERS (2016)
    Film (short) by Bournemouth Film School, Katie Davey (Drama) Alice Not sure what to do with her life Alice meet a homeless man who gives her life meaning and inspires her to help him reunite with his his daughter and in turn helps her find herself.

  • Legacy

    Legacy (2015)
    Voice-over by Think Big productions Davie Fairbanks, Marc Small (Comedy and Drama) Tracy What do you do when the party of the year kicks you to the curb? Simple... create your own! When Sean (Franz Drameh, Attack the Block) and his friends are refused entry to the night of their year, they embark on a mission to stage a monster event, whilst at the same time taking down the opposition.

  • Security Risk

    Security Risk (2014)
    Commercial by Ministry of Defence, Jason Edwards (Crime) Clare You may think your only talking to your friends but who else can see where you're checking in on line.

  • THE BORNE MEMBERSHIP

    THE BORNE MEMBERSHIP (2014)
    Hosting by Berry Bro's and Rudd, Matt Stills (History) Widow Borne Bringing the history of the famous wine merchant to life to launch their memberships

  • The Offering

    The Offering (2013)
    Film by Non-Multiplex Cinema, Julian Bushell (Drama, Horror and Thriller) Sally A reporter discovers a bank run by demons, hell-bent on crashing the global economy.

  • I Against I

    I Against I (2012)
    Film by Stray Dogs films, James Marquand (Crime and Thriller) Helen Focusing on the timeless themes of jealousy, murder and betrayal, 'I Against I' is set over one night and utilises different time lines to reveal a dark and unexpected conclusion to a simple mystery premise. The main protagonists, opposite in character, take a frantic journey into a desolate nocturnal world with the common aim of survival, though once completed, the plot reveals a trap from which escape may be impossible. Taking influence from films like 'Le Samurai', 'Point Break', and new Asian noir, the film is a modern homage to hard boiled cinema with its own original take. Written by Peter Slack

  • Peter

    Peter (2011)
    Documentary by Praslin pictures, Skip Kite (Documentary and Drama) Sharon This drama takes you into the mind of one of the UK's most notorious serial killers, while using archive news footage. We are shown his formative years, the biggest manhunt in police history to capture him and finally his time in jail, through actors and newsreels.

  • THRIVE

    THRIVE (2010)
    Film (short) by Team Angelica, Rikki Beadle Blair (Drama) Kirsty O' Brien The complications of relationships and sexuality growing up and trying to fit in at college

  • Doghouse

    Doghouse (2009)
    Film by Carnaby films, Jake West (Comedy, Horror and Sci-Fi) Dorothy Perkins Vince is handling his divorce badly. He's depressed. Gone to pieces. But his mates aren't giving up on him. Struggling with their own women troubles, they drag him off for an ultimate lads drinking weekend in the country. Arriving in the village of Moodley where the women outnumber the men 3:1, the boys find themselves holidaying in a village overrun by psychotic, homicidal Zombirds with a thirst for male flesh.

  • BUGSY MALONE,

    BUGSY MALONE, (2008)
    Hosting by Secret Cinema, Fabien Riggall (Family) Dolores The classic film brought to life taking you back to the 1920s

Education

  • BRIT School of Performing arts.
    (2000-2002)

  • Arts Ed London
    (2002-2005)

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