Jenny Joslin strives to play strong, complicated women. Whether that be an idealistic Texan trying to hold it together on a road-trip with her difficult sister in Chupacabra, a woman obsessed with fame to the point of murder in Reflection, or a depressed opera singer out of sync with her life and music in Between Seconds.
Jenny also appears in Netflix original series Friends from College with Keegan Michael Key and Jodie Foster's Money Monster. Training includes Larry Moss, The Royal Shakespeare Company, Anthony Abeson, Bob Krakower, Wendy Parr and Jane Lapotaire. She holds a BFA from Texas State University.
Writer & Filmmaker
New York Magazine and Harper Collins published her work in My First New York alongside essays by Chuck Close, Liza Minnelli, Lorne Michaels, Parker Posey, Judy Collins, Nora Ephron and many other notable New Yorkers.
Mercury Road Media, the award-winning production company and content agency she co-founded, focuses on employing female writers, directors and telling the stories that have been left out of history. Their work has been featured on Refinery 29, Bustle, Jezebel, MSNBC, CNN, The Huffington Post and Upworthy.
Eating at Sukiyabashi Jiro (pictured) in Tokyo was her proudest life moment. She's never as happy as when she's singing sad songs on the guitar.