Jennifer H Caldwell is an award winning SAG-AFTRA performer. She began studies in Los Angeles at Playhouse West, LA, with Robert Carnegie and Jeff Goldblum. Her first work experience was doing a great deal of 99-seat equity waiver theater. She did a “tour of duty” in New York, working Off-Broadway in the long-running “Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding.” A 48-Hour Film Project veteran, she played a drug-addicted nurse in 2010’s “How Do You Spell Love,” which won an Audience Choice Award; and a harried housewife in the 2011 quirky comedy, “The Last Job.” She then completed “Mother Earth Speaks,” an offbeat comedy with an eco-message. Most recently, she played in a re-enactment of a Langston Hughes poem, "America Will Be" along with Bruce Lemon Jr. and David Clennon.
Name: Jennifer H Caldwell
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Occupation: Actor and Screenwriter
University of Illinois at Springfield (Springfield, IL)