Jana Marie Hupp

Jana Marie Hupp

American actress
Date of Birth: 02.04.1964
Country: USA

Biography of Jana Marie Hupp

Jana Marie Hupp (born April 2, 1964) is an American actress. She was born in Washington and began her acting career in Seattle theater before landing her first film role in the drama "Vision Quest." Hupp then moved to Los Angeles where she appeared in several episodes of CBS shows like "Scarecrow and Mrs. King" and "My Sister Sam" in 1986.

Jana Marie Hupp

In 1998, she had a role in the "Disney Sunday Movie" project called "Splash, too." Hupp went on to have guest roles in various TV series such as "Who's the Boss," "Empty Nest," "Star Trek: The Next Generation," "Knots Landing," "A Different World," "Melrose Place," and "Camp Wilder."

Jana Marie Hupp

Despite not having major roles, Hupp gained recognition for her performance as one of the dancing characters in the film "Barton Fink" and her role in the cult comedy series "Seinfeld" in 1993. The following year, she had her first regular role in the short-lived comedy series "Wild Oats" on Fox. Hupp also had a regular role as a resourceful police sergeant in the CBS comedy series "Public Morals," both of which were quickly canceled.

In between these unsuccessful series, Hupp had a minor role as a scientist in the summer blockbuster film "Independence Day" in 1996. She also had notable appearances in "Brooklyn South," "Nash Bridges," and "The Drew Carey Show" in 1997.

In 2000, Hupp played an important role in the NBC series "Providence." Finally, she reached the highlight of her career when she auditioned and successfully landed the main role of Nancy Burton in the tragicomedy series "Ed" alongside her "Providence" co-star Tom Cavanagh, which she portrayed for four years.

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