Jennifer Leigh Hammon (born March 7, 1973) is an US-born actress.
Ms. Hammon was born in Orlando, Florida and attended Winter Park High School in the early 1990's and was a member of International Thespian Society Troupe 850 (other notable alums include Amanda Bearse, Billy Gardell, and Ben Rock from The Blair Witch Project). She received her bachelor of fine arts degree from Florida State University, where she appeared in many theatrical productions. Ms. Hammon always knew that she wanted to be an actress; and at the age of 15, began auditioning and won the role of a "bubble-headed cheerleader" in cable's "Superforce." Other television credits include "The Young and the Restless," and most recently she appeared in the television movie, "Killing Mr. Griffin."
Jennifer studied acting at the famed Beverly Hills Playhouse. She was first noticed when she accepted the role of Dr. Karen Wexler Cates on TV's "Port Charles" (1997). She first declined the role but accepted after repeated offers from the network.
Theatrical credits include "Parenthood," "The Bodyguard" and "Wilder Napalm."
A committed activist, Ms. Hammon is involved with the AIDS Foundation and is participating in the AIDS Dance-A-Thon.
In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys swing dancing, ballet, jazz and ballroom dancing.
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