Jennifer Beals Wiki, Biography, Age, Husband, Family, Net Worth

Jennifer Beals Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Jennifer Beals is an American actress and a former teen model. She made her film debut in My Bodyguard (1980), before receiving critical acclaim for her role in Flashdance (1983), for which she won NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical.

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Jennifer Beals Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth December 19, 1963
Birth Day December 19
Birth Years 1963
Age 57 years old
Birth Place Illinois
Birth City
Birth Country United States of America
Nationality American
Famous As Actor
Also Known for Actor
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Occupation Actor

Famously known by the Family name Jennifer Beals, is a great Actor. She was born on December 19, 1963, in Illinois. is a beautiful and populous city located in Illinois United States of America.

Jennifer Beals Early Life Story, Family Background and Education

Beals was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois’ South Side, the daughter of Jeanne (née Anderson), an elementary school teacher, and Alfred Beals, who owned grocery stores. Beals’ father was African-American, and her mother is Irish-American. She has two brothers, Bobby and Gregory. Her father died when Beals was 9 years old, after which she spent a summer at Cheley Colorado Camps in Estes Park, Colorado. Her mother married Edward Cohen in 1981. Beals says her bi-racial heritage affected her… she “always lived sort of on the outside,” with an idea “of being the other in society.” She got her first job at age 13 at an ice cream store, using her height at the time (she is now 5 ft 8 in [1.73 m]) to convince her boss she was 16.

Beals was inspired to become an actress by two events: working on a high school production of Fiddler on the Roof and seeing Balm in Gilead with Joan Allen while volunteer-ushering at the Steppenwolf Theatre.

Beals graduated from Francis W. Parker School, then participated in Goodman Theatre Young People’s Drama Workshop. She graduated from Yale University with a B.A. in American Literature in 1987. She deferred a term so she could film Flashdance. While at Yale, Beals was a resident of Morse College.

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Jennifer Beals Net Worth

Jennifer Beals has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which she earned from her occupation as Actor. Popularly known as the Actor of United States of America. She is seen as one of the most successful Actor of all times. Jennifer Beals Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful American Actor.

Jennifer entered the career as Actor In her early life after completing her formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Jennifer Beals Personal Life, Relationships and Dating

While attending Yale, Beals dated future film executive Robert Simonds. She married Alexandre Rockwell in 1986, before divorcing in 1996. In 1998, she married Ken Dixon, a Canadian entrepreneur. On October 18, 2005, Beals gave birth to their daughter. Dixon also has two children from a previous marriage.

Beals has described herself as a spiritual person. She has expressed interest in the Bible and Catholicism, as well as Judaism, to which she once considered converting, and is a practicing Buddhist.

She has been a vocal advocate for gay rights, saying, “I think after playing Bette Porter on The L Word for six years I felt like an honorary member of the community.” Beals was a Celebrity Grand Marshal at the 2006 San Francisco Pride Parade. In October 2012, she received the Human Rights Campaign’s Ally For Equality Award, in recognition of her outstanding support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.

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Social Network

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Life Story & Timeline

2019

Beals was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois’s (South Side), the daughter of Jeanne (née  Anderson), an elementary school teacher, and Alfred Beals, who owned grocery stores. Beals’ father was African-American, and her mother is Irish-American. She has two brothers, Bobby and Gregory. Her father died when Beals was 9 years old, and her mother married Edward Cohen in 1981. Beals has said her biracial heritage has affected her, as she has “always lived sort of on the outside”, with an idea “of being the other in society”. She got her first job at age 13 at an ice cream store, using her height at the time (she is now 5 ft 8 in [1.73 m]) to convince her boss she was 16.

In December 2019, Beals will reprise her role as Bette Porter in The L Word: Generation Q, the sequel series to The L Word, and will also be executive-producing the show. She will star alongside fellow The L Word cast members, Katherine Moennig and Leisha Hailey.

2018

In 2018 it was announced that she would play the role of Karen in the upcoming romance movie After.

In September 2018, Beals was cast in the role of Sheriff Lucilia Cable for the Swamp Thing series.

2017

In 2017, the actress played the role of Samantha Kingston’s mother, in the film version of Before I Fall.

On February 27, 2017, Beals played the leader of a small group of specially trained government operatives for the new series Taken, which serves as a prequel to the Taken film series.

2014

On March 10, 2014, it was announced that Beals would star as Dr. Kathryn Russo (character’s name is Dr. Carolyn Tyler) in Proof, a TNT supernatural medical drama about a hard-nosed surgeon, struggling with the loss of her teenage son, who begins to investigate that there may be life after death. The series ran from June 16 through August 18, 2015, and was produced by Kyra Sedgwick.

2013

In 2013, Beals signed on for the main role of the ABC drama pilot Westside produced by McG and developed by Ilene Chaiken.

In January 2013, Troian Bellisario confirmed on her Twitter and Instagram that she and Beals were filming more Lauren web episodes. Lauren returned on May 3, 2013 with a second season of 12 episodes.

2012

Beals is also well known for her support of women’s rights. In August 2012, she appeared alongside Troian Bellisario in the web series Lauren on the YouTube channel WIGS. Its first season is a three episode arc featuring the stories of women in the army being abused, predominantly by more powerful superiors. The stories focused on the frequently reported cases on sexual abuse and how and why most of the cases went unreported or unsettled. Beals has also appeared in two interviews, discussing her views in relation to Lauren.

2010

In 2010, Beals served as the Grand Marshal of the McDonald’s Thanksgiving Parade in Chicago, during which she spoke of the two charities important to her, the Matthew Shepard Foundation and The Pablove Foundation.

2009

Beals starred in Showtime Network’s The L Word, wherein she played Bette Porter, an Ivy League-educated lesbian. At Beals’ request, Bette was made biracial, enabling Pam Grier’s Kit Porter character to become Bette’s half-sister. Beals’ initial research for the part focused more on the woman’s profession as an art museum director than on her life as a lesbian; “I was much more obsessed by the work that Bette did, because she was so obsessed by the work that she did.” The series ran for six seasons and ended in March 2009.

2006

She had a leading role in 2006’s The Grudge 2, sequel to the hit horror film of two years earlier. In 2010, Beals reunited with Denzel Washington in the post-apocalyptic action drama The Book of Eli, where she played a blind woman who is the mother of Mila Kunis’ character and a consort of a local despot played by Gary Oldman.

She has been a vocal advocate for gay rights, saying, “I think after playing Bette Porter on The L Word for six years I felt like an honorary member of the community.” Beals was a Celebrity Grand Marshal at the 2006 San Francisco Pride Parade. In October 2012, she received the Human Rights Campaign’s Ally For Equality Award, in recognition of her outstanding support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.

2005

Beals was married to Alexandre Rockwell from 1986 to 1996. In 1998, she married Ken Dixon, a Canadian entrepreneur. On October 18, 2005, Beals gave birth to their daughter. Dixon also has two children from a previous marriage.

2004

In 2004, Beals made a brief cameo in the final episode of Frasier. In 2007, she appeared in the small TV drama My Name Is Sarah, in which she plays Sarah Winston, a sober woman who joins Alcoholics Anonymous to conduct research for her book but finds herself falling in love with a recovering alcoholic and—as a result—having to deal with her original deception in joining the group.

1995

Beals appeared in several notable films including Devil in a Blue Dress (1995), The Last Days of Disco (1998), Roger Dodger (2002), The Book of Eli (2010), and Before I Fall (2017). On television, she starred as Bette Porter on the Showtime drama series The L Word (2004–2009) and later went on to star in the series The Chicago Code (2011), Proof (2015), and Taken (2017). She reprised her role as Bette Porter in The L Word: Generation Q in December 2019.

In 1995, Beals and Denzel Washington co-starred in Devil in a Blue Dress, a period film based on a Walter Mosley novel featuring L.A. private detective, Easy Rawlins. Beals plays a biracial woman passing for white. That same year she appeared with Tim Roth in two segments of the four-story anthology Four Rooms, one of which was directed by her then-husband, Alexandre Rockwell.

1992

Rockwell had previously directed her in the 1992 independent film In the Soup, which was a Grand Prize winner at the Sundance Film Festival. In 2003, she played one of the sequestered jury members in the film adaptation of Runaway Jury.

In 1992, she appeared in 2000 Malibu Road as attorney Perry Quinn. It was her first ongoing television series; she said she had been leery as she previously had not “found a character I wanted to live with for several years”.

1989

Beals is a photographer and has had shows featuring her work under her married name, Dixon. In 1989, she spent some time in Haiti photographing the elections. She published a book about her time on The L Word featuring her own photographs.

1987

Beals graduated from the progressive Francis W. Parker School and was chosen to attend the elite Goodman Theatre Young People’s Drama Workshop. She graduated from Yale University with a B.A. in American Literature in 1987 having deferred a term so she could film Flashdance. While at Yale, Beals was a resident of Morse College.

After graduating from Yale in 1987, Beals resumed her acting career, playing the love interest in the boxing film Split Decisions opposite Craig Sheffer. Starring opposite Nicolas Cage, she portrayed a lusty and thirsty vampire in 1989’s Vampire’s Kiss.

1980

Beals had a minor role in the 1980 film My Bodyguard, then came to fame with her starring part in Flashdance. The third-highest grossing U.S. film of 1983, Flashdance is the story of 18-year-old Alex, a welder by day and sensual dancer by night, whose dream is to be accepted someday at an illustrious school of dance. Beals was cast for this key role while still a student at Yale. She was nominated for a Golden Globe and the film received an Academy Award for Best Song. Many of Beals’ elaborate dance moves were actually performed by dance double Marine Jahan.

1963

Jennifer Beals (born December 19, 1963) is an American actress and a former teen model. She made her film debut in My Bodyguard (1980), before receiving critical acclaim for her role in Flashdance (1983), for which she won NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical.

1935

After she filmed Flashdance, Beals resumed her studies, making only one film during that time: playing the titular character The Bride with singer-actor Sting, a gothic horror film loosely based on the 1935 classic Bride of Frankenstein, shot during her summer break. She also appeared as Cinderella in the eponymous episode of Faerie Tale Theatre, opposite Matthew Broderick. Beals was asked by Joel Schumacher to do St. Elmo’s Fire but turned it down, preferring to stay at Yale.