Jennifer Rau

Jennifer Rau, is an actor, Jennifer’s Film and Television credits include: Finding Amanda, Brightest Star, “The New Adventures of Old Christine,” “Without A Trace,” “Yes, Dear,” Inconceivable, and the award-winning short film Some Boys Don’t Leave. Off-Broadway and Regional credits include: Once In A Lifetime (Atlantic Theater Company), Texas Homos (Abingdon Theatre Company), The Hologram Theory (Blue Light), Sex Parasite (Center Theatre Group), M Butterfly (East West Players), Miracles and The Baby Dance (Barter Theatre), Mourning the Living (Dorothy Strelsin Theatre) Exodus, (Salon/Sanctuary) at the historic Fraunces Tavern with Rosalyn Coleman Williams and the late Reg E. Cathey. As a director, she directed the pilot episode of “Nearly Human,” a web series currently in post-production. As a writer, Jennifer has written screenplays, teleplays and many short plays and films. Her short play, Being Olga Prozorov has been featured in the regional festival Play with Your Food and NYC’s Rough and Ready. She holds a BA in Theater from Fordham University and a certificate from Atlantic Acting School where she teaches Film Technique, Performance Technique and Film.