Jennifer Blanc, also known as Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, was born and raised in New York City by her mom Jenise Blanc. At the tender age of 13, Jennifer was on Broadway in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs working alongside Jonathan Silverman, Fisher Stevens and Robert Sean Leonard. Jennifer's career blossomed bringing her to sunny Los Angeles to be in Kenny Ortegas' series "Hull High" (1990) for Disney and NBC. Since then, she has been grateful to be continually working in the business that she loves. She also starred in the TV series, "The Mommies" (1993) for NBC and Paramount. Her projects include: Friends 'Til the End (1997) (TV) opposite Shannen Doherty, "Party of Five" (1994) opposite Scott Wolf and Matthew Fox, Cool and the Crazy (1994) (TV) with Jared Leto, and James Cameron's "Dark Angel" (2000) with Jessica Alba. Jennifer has also guest starred on television shows such as "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" (2000), "Grace Under Fire" (1993) and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" (2005) with Danny DeVito. In addition, she has been involved in many projects with her partner and fellow actor, Michael Biehn. The two joined forces on a movie Michael directed in China called, The Blood Bond (2010). Their other projects include Puncture (2011) alongside Chris Evans and The Ride (1997/I). Most recently, Jennifer made an appearance in The Divide (2011) with partner Michael Biehn and is producing a film called The Victim (2011). It is her first leap into the producing world and she is loving it. Her performance in The Victim (2011) comes on the heels of other movies she has just recently completed, including The Jack of Spades (2010) with Jennifer Coolidge, Prank (2008) with friend and colleague Danielle Harris (co-star in The Victim (2011)), and Stanley DeBrock (2011) with Pruitt Taylor Vince.