Jessica Quindlen

Jessica Quindlen is a self-proclaimed gypsy, having lived and traveled all over the world. Most recently she relocated back to Albuquerque, New Mexico after a two year East Coast adventure in Manhattan and Philadelphia. Jessica has been performing since she was very young. There is still video evidence of her serenading her family with a hair brush microphone. In high school and college, she dedicated most of her time to studying and performing theatre. In college, she studied in Europe, starting in Prague and then settling in Italy for a while. After studying Italian, enjoying magnificent art, and eating WAY too much pasta, Jessica traveled to Oxford to study Shakespeare at the British American Dramatic Academy. There she worked with tremendous teachers including Peter Francis James, David Freeman, John Tucker and Mick Barnfather. After graduating college Jessica moved to Albuquerque, NM. She immediately immersed herself in the theatre community and after only four months she became a company member of Mother Road Theatre. With the company she performed in three plays as well as worked as Marketing Director and Production Coordinator. In the fall of 2015, in good gypsy fashion, Jessica relocated to New York City. While staying on a couch (because NY) she studied with The Barrow Group and saw as many Broadway shows as possible. After a few months, the city of Brother Love began calling her name and the gypsy was off. She quickly began working in film and theatre in the surrounding areas. Jessica also has an intense passion for choreography. Her largest project Beauty and the Beast was very well received and ran for a month in New Jersey. She hopes to continue to pursue this passion as often as possible. Jessica lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She is an avid weight trainer, lover of all things purple and pumpkin, and an unabashed Buffy the Vampire Slayer fan.

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