Just a snapshot
Jennifer Paredes is an actress and musician based out of New York City. She is a first-generation American, born and raised in San Diego, California to a Mexican mother and a Peruvian father. The first in her family to go to college, she received her Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts and Performance Studies from University of San Diego. In her spare time, Jenn plays the piano and guitar. She is obsessed with discovering new music. Follow her Spotify account for an inside scoop on what she's jamming to at the moment.
Her most recent projects include: El Huracán (World Premiere), at Yale Repertory Theatre, dir. Laurie Woolery; American Mariachi (World Premiere), a co-production between the Denver Center for Performing Arts and the Old Globe Theatre, dir. James Vasquez; Twelfth Night, a Globe for All mobile production for the Old Globe Theatre, dir. Jerry Ruiz; and Waking la Llorona (World Premiere), an interactive VR theatrical experience conceptualized by Sleep No More's OBIE Award Winning Designer David Reynoso and Careena Melia (OG Hecate), made possible by the Creative Catalyst Fund of The San Diego Foundation and the Old Globe Theatre. She also had the pleasure of being part of a workshop reading of Tony Meneses' new play twenty50, made possible by the Denver Center for Performing Arts and the Lark Theatre.
Jennifer is a member of Actors Equity Association. She is also SAG-eligible.