Jenny Mollen Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Jenny Mollen Net Worth $1 Million Dollars
Jenny Mollen Net Worth: Jenny Mollen is an American actress and writer who has a net worth of $1 million. Jenny Mollen was born in Phoenix, Arizona in May 1979. Jenny graduated from UCLA’s School of Theater, Film, and Television. She had a recurring part as Nina Ash to the show Angel from 2003 to 2004. Mollen appeared as Courtney in the show Girls in 2014. Mollen won an Award for Merit in the Accolade Contest in 2009 for composing the movie Kidnapping Caitlynn. Her novel of comedic essays I Like You Simply The Way I’m was released in 2004 and made the New York Times best seller list. Jenny wed celebrity Jason Biggs in 2008 and had their first son in 2014.
May 30, 1979
Phoenix, Arizona, United States
5 ft 5 in (1.676 m)
UCLA's School of Theater, Film, and Television
United States of America
Jason Biggs (m. 2008)
“D.E.B.S” (2004), “Searching For Haizmann” (2003), “18 Wheels Of Justice” (2000), “Night Of The Living Dead: Rave To The Grave" (2005), “Cattle Call” (2006)
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Doubleday senior editor Yaniv Soha has acquired "Live Fast Die Hot", a collection of comedic essays by Jenny Mollen. A follow-up to the New York Times bestselling "I Like You Just the Way I Am", the book explores the challenges Jenny faces as she takes her first reluctant steps into adulthood, and the difficult questions she confronts along the way: Does my body look fig-shaped in skinny jeans? How do I turn my Mommy and Me class into a Mommy and Weed class? Could I ever pass as my son's sister? Have I done enough with my life? Am I a good mother? Also, will my son's therapist imagine me skinny? It presents a voice that's as bitingly funny as it is heartfelt and devastatingly honest. Soha acquired North American rights to the book from Joseph Veltre at The Gersh Agency, and the book is scheduled to be publish in late 2016.
Her son was going to be named Miller, but she changed her mind and named him Sid, in honor of comic actor and writer Sid Caesar, who died 3 days prior to his birth and also in honor of late The Sex Pistols' member Sid Vicious, as she is a fan.
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 34, a son Sid Mollen-Biggs on February 15, 2014. Child's father is her husband, Jason Biggs.
(April 28, 2008) Married her boyfriend of 9 months Jason Biggs following a 3-month-long engagement.
In April 2008 she miscarried her future 1st child, a baby boy, with her fiancé Jason Biggs.
She is a writer for Playboy's comedy site, The Smoking Jacket.
Has masters in Psychology from Antioch University.
In her negotiations on National Lampoon's Cattle Call (2006), she agreed to take the leading role only if her character's dog is played by her real-life dog , Mr. John W. Teets.
Took over the role of "Katie Williams" in Return of the Living Dead: Necropolis (2005) after Jana Kramer got sick and had to quit the role halfway through filming. The only footage of her as "Katie" is Katie's death scene, which her hair was dyed dark brown to look like Jana's. Instead of having the "Katie" character survive as it was scripted, the role was re-written for Return of the Living Dead: Rave to the Grave (2005) as a new character named "Jenny", which Ms. Mollen played.
She has exhibited and sold artwork in New York, Arizona, San Diego, Los Angeles and London.
Fluent in German and French.
Graduated UCLA in just three years.
I think the power of persuasion would be the greatest superpower of all time.