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Whitney Ann Jenkins

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Whitney Ann Jenkins
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Born (1984-09-01) September 1, 1984 (age 36)
Huntington, West Virginia
🏳️ Nationality
💼 Occupation

Whitney Ann Jenkins (born September 1, 1984 is an American film and stage actress, singer-songwriter, voice-over artist, and playwright. [1]


Whitney Ann Jenkins was born in 1984 in Huntington, West Virginia.[2]



Jenkins has appeared in the television shows, Scrubs, The Riches, and Battle Lords. She is also known for her work in the films Biblical Warfare, Die Cheerleader Die, and The Kill. [2]

Onstage she has appeared as Velma Kelly in Chicago, Babe Botrelle in Crimes of the Heart,[3] The Lady of the Lake in Spamalot,[4] Maggie the Cat in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,[5] Brooke in Other Desert Cities,[6] Billie Dawn in Born Yesterday,[7] and others.[8][9]


Jenkins wrote and released her debut album, Down Stage Left with her band Whitney Ann Jenkins and her Platonic Guy Friends in 2015.[10][11] Her music video for her song Behind Closed Doors won an award at the International Indie Film Gathering Festival in 2017 for Best Music Video.[12] She released a single entitled Enough is Enough in response to the school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.[13][14][15][16]


Jenkins has narrated audiobooks for both non-fiction and fiction novels including As the Crow Flies by Curt Iles,[17] How to Write a Screenplay by Peter Cafery, Beautiful Secret by Dana Faletti, and Deathlessness: A Book of Poetry by Zakir Hossain.[18]


Jenkins wrote Dating Blind, a play that explores relationships in the 21st century, desperately seeking connection and truth in an ever-changing modern and technological world.[19]


  1. "Project will 're-energize' music on Strip". Park Labrea News/ Beverly Press. 22 August 2018.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Whitney Ann Jenkins". IMDb.
  3. "Whitney Ann Jenkins and Rue Snider In Concert".
  4. September 15; at 12:00a.m, 2013. "Put hysterical 'Spamalot' on your must-see list". vindy.com.
  5. August 29; at 12:00a.m, 2010. "Big Daddy makes this 'Cat' hot". vindy.com.
  6. February 9; at 12:00a.m, 2014. "NCP presents powerful 'Other Desert Cities'". vindy.com.
  7. Staff, VoyageLA. "Meet Whitney Ann Jenkins of Wanderlustik Productions in Eagle Rock - Voyage LA Magazine - LA City Guide".
  8. "Michele Pawk in Butler for June 19 performance". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
  9. "Music | Los Angeles | Whitney Ann Jenkins".
  10. "Whitney Ann Jenkins and Her Platonic Guy Friends - Down Stage Left (Album Review)".
  11. "Singer-Songwriter Whitney Ann Jenkins". No Depression.
  12. "Indie Gathering International Film Festival (2017)". IMDb.
  13. Herald, The Putnam. "Hurricane alumna releases new song in response to school shooting". The Herald-Dispatch.
  14. "Whitney Ann Jenkins". Art - Music - Entertainment. 27 February 2018.
  15. "Whitney Ann Jenkins • Ink 19". 2018-06-25.
  16. ""Enough is Enough" is powerful tribute to Parkland, FL victims".
  17. Contributorcurt@creekbank.net, Curt Iles | Guest. "How do you pronounce Louisiana?". Plaquemine Post South - Plaquemine, LA.
  18. "Audiobooks narrated by Whitney Ann Jenkins - Audible.com". www.audible.com.
  19. "Whitney Ann Jenkins - New Play Exchange". newplayexchange.org.

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