Jennifer Wade is an American actress known for playing Liz Traynor on the Fox television series The Good Guys, Nina in The CW television series Reaper, and the character of Honey Pie in the Feast film trilogy.
Jenny Wade Net Worth
Wade’s net worth is estimated to be around $5 million. She earns around $51K annually from her acting career.
Wade was born on October 6, 1980, in Eugene, Oregon. She was born to Tim and Sandy Wade. She was always interested in acting since her childhood. In 1998, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career at the early age of 18. Details about her ethnicity and academics are not disclosed.
Jenny Wade Age, Height & Weight
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Jenny Wade Relationship
Jenny Wade’s relationship status is married to her long-term boyfriend Robert Buckley. Robert is an American actor and model. The couple secretly exchanged the vows. In May 2018, the couple announced that they were married. They got engaged in March of 2018.
Wade first appeared on the TV show MTV anthology series Undressed 1999. In 2003, she guest appeared in an episode of the TV program Arrest & Trial in October, and in January she appeared in an episode of the comedy series 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter. In 2006, Wade co-starred in Elliott Lester’s teen drama, Love Is The Drug, playing the role of “haughty” private school student Erin. he joined the cast of The Cw comedy series Reaper in 2006 playing the recurring role of the demon Nina. Moreover, in 2010, she was cast on the short-lived Fox buddy-cop series The Good Guys as Assistant District Attorney Liz Traynor. In 2011, Wade was cast on the 2012–13 TBS comedy series Wedding Band playing the role of Rachel, the love interest of Brian Austin Green’s character.
Jenny Wade’s debut movie was a 10-minute film Tumble released in 2000. In 2005, she played Jane Fonda’s young replacement in Robert Luketic’s romantic comedy film Monster-in-Law. That same year, Wade appeared in several other films: Wes Craven’s drama/thriller Red Eye, comedy-drama The Ice Harvest, and Rumors Has It. Also, in 2005, Wade appeared in the horror film Feast, playing the role of waitress Honey Pie. She appeared in the second film of Feast and a cameo in the third one. In 2007, she played the role of sous-chef Leah in No Reservations and also appeared in the German comedy Mostly Martha. In 2009, she appeared in the film The Strip playing the role of “free-spirited” Melissa.