Mar. 3rd, 1982
Ely, Minnesota, USA
Jessica Biel's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2010 - Valentine's Day
2010 - The A-Team
2009 - Powder Blue
2009 - Planet 51
2008 - Easy Virtue
2007 - I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry
2007 - Next
2006 - Home of the Brave
2006 - The Illusionist
2005 - Stealth
2005 - Elizabethtown
2004 - Cellular
2004 - Blade Trinity
2003 - The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
2002 - The Rules of Attraction
2001 - Summer Catch
1998 - I'll Be Home for Christmas
Guest TV Roles
Jessica Biel, with her striking good looks and wide range of talent, has become one of Hollywood's most sought-out actresses. Her television series acting debut on the WB's #1-rated show, "7th Heaven" (1996), has helped her emerge as a breakout star.
As a child Jessica initially pursued a career as a vocalist, performing in musical theater. Beginning at age nine, she starred in such productions as "Annie," "The Sound of Music," and "Beauty and the Beast." A natural beauty, Jessica soon turned to modeling and commercial work by competing in The International Modeling and Talent Association's Annual Conference in 1994.
After completing a year and a half of college at Tufts University in Medford Massachusetts, Jessica plans on going back to school in California for the remainder of her college years. In her spare time, she is involved with charities such as Best Friends Animal Sanctuary and PETA. Her hobbies include ballet, soccer, running, yoga and hiking with her dog "East." Jessica currently resides in Los Angeles.
- Is 14 months younger than 'Beverley Mitchell' (qv), but still plays her big sister on _"7th Heaven" (1996)_ (qv).
- Was named Empire Magazine's #16 in the list of 100 Sexiest Stars 2007.
- Has hazel eyes and brown hair.
- Once wanted to become a musical star after winning a karaoke contest when she was aged eight.
- Her first acting job was in a Pringles commercial when she was 11 years old.
- Ranked #99 in Stuff magazine's "102 Sexiest Women In The World" (2002).
- Named #21 in FHM's "100 Sexiest Women in the World 2005" special supplement. (2005)
- Discovered at the 1994 IMTA Los Angeles convention.