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A few people are privy to the fact that American-born actress Jennifer Schwalbach Smith – an ex-reporter for USA Today is a competent producer as well as director. As a movie producer, she contributed tremendously to the makings of a couple of films. Jennifer’s effort as a director was with Malcolm Ingram as a co-director for Oh, what a Lovely Tea Party – an extensive documentary on the making of the movie titled Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back which lasted for over three hours.
In her own right, Jennifer is an actress. Since her exit from MTV, she has made appearances in movies like Red State, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Clerks II, Now You Know, Zack and Miri Make a Porno and many others. The television program titled Degrassi: The Next Generation featured her as a guest star. Along with her husband, Jennifer has come in as a host for the podcast known as Plus One.
She has worked for ‘SModcast.com, co-hosting their regular internet radio show popularly known as SMod Co SMorning Show. Jennifer has also worked as a model; she was on the 50th-anniversary issue of Playboy Magazine where she was photographed nude. Here are other facts to know about her
Jennifer Schwalbach Smith – Bio
The former reporter for US Today was born as Jennifer Mary Schwalbach on the 7th of April 1971. She is an American national and was born under the star sign of Aries. Information on the identity of her parents and their profession is currently not available. In the same vein, there is no record of any sibling, neither is there an account of her childhood and formative years.
A delve into the educational institutions she attended revealed that the 5 feet 10 inches tall actress and model was at Florida State University but did not graduate from there. She later attended the University of California in Los Angeles where she completed her university education.
There is no record of her early education, but she commenced work with US Today where she functioned as a reporter till 1999 before moving over to MTV. Jennifer later resigned from MTV for personal reasons and today, she is a wife, mother, an actress, a host, producer, and director.
Family – Married, Husband, Kids
Talking about the relationship status and family life of the actress, Jennifer Schwalbach Smith is married to Kevin Smith whom she met in an interview session for US Today. A scheduled interview with Kevin to ascertain if he is truly the author of Good Will Hunting turned into a romantic relationship which resulted in a pregnancy.
The duo started their connubial life on the 25th of April 1999. Barely two months later, on the 26th of June 1999, they welcome their daughter Harley Quinn Smith who was named after Harley Quinn, the Joker’s sidetrack character from the popular Batman: The Animated Series. Their daughter made an appearance at the beginning of the movie Silent Bob Strike as the infant Silent Bob.
She was also part of the Smith-related production titled Jersey Girl where her mum was also featured as a cast member. For the most part of her life, Jennifer has been living the life of a vegetarian. She currently lives with her husband and daughter in Hollywood Hills. From the commencement of their union till date, no negative news has been heard from their end neither have they been involved in any rumors or controversy.
The duo appears to be living in marital bliss without any fear of separation or divorce. Jennifer’s marriage to Kevin made her a daughter-in-law to Grace Smith and Donald E. Smith. She also became a sister-in-law to Donald Smith and Virginia Smith, her husband’s siblings.
Jennifer Schwalbach Smith has been a supportive wife to her husband; she actually assisted her husband when he was trying to help his friend, Jason Mawes, deal with his drug addiction. At that time, Jason was making things uncomfortable for them and Jennifer had to witness Jason’s erratic mood swings and repeated clean-ups which made her change her mind and ban him from their home.
Jennifer also went into collaboration with her husband, Kevin in 2010 when they became co-hosts on a podcast titled Plus-One which had a total of 37 episodes as at June 2013.