"If Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway had a baby who was raised by Drew Barrymore, you'd get me."
– Jennifer Suter, Talented/Hard-working/Genuine Actor
"Jennifer is very lively, positive, motivated, gentle and spontaneous. She has a good attitude and she is willing to try [new things] and come out [of her] comfort zone. Jennifer is a good team-player, supportive to partners."
"You always were prepared . . . You love what you are doing in this show and it shows. Best moment for me…my eyes go right to you sitting on the desk in CINDERELLA DARLING."
– Jack Heifner, Director of How to Succeed...
"You've been AMAZING! Knock 'em dead!"
"Your openness & sheer honest delight in performing is an eternal source of light & energy for me. I continually delight in watching you work. You are GREAT!!"
– Dr. Jason Scott, Director of The (New) Original Cast
Click here to read my interview with Young Headliners, giving advice to young adults wanting to pursue a career in Acting.
During a one-on-one Master Class with Anthony Zerbe (American Hustle, Matrix, Papillon) he recounted that Jennifer's talent lies within her courage, her vivid imagination, her openness to become the character, and her impulsive appetite for feeling.
Awarded the title "Yellow Rose of Texas" by her late Granddad, Jennifer Suter was born in San Antonio, TX. Subsequently due to her father's military status, she moved around living in Georgia, Michigan, and Texas; never missing an opportuity to dance on school teams or later at Stratos Greek Tavern (belly dancing), sing in school choirs and musicals, and act in every local independent or academic short film or theatre production she possibly could. A preferred world-citizen, Jennifer has visited nearly forty states within the U.S.A. as well as over a dozen other countries–and is always looking for even more opportunities to travel and experience!
Most recently in London, Jennifer Suter performed in Future Cinema’s Ghostbusters at the Troxy as well as The Band Plays On: The Revelation of Bobby Pritchard (dir. Oliver Jack) at the Greenwich Theatre.
Throughout 2013, she acted in several short films including Paternoster Productions' upcoming festival release Still Falling (dir. Sean Neils) as well as other Secret Cinema and Future Cinema productions including Brazil (dir. Matt Costain) and The Shawshank Redemption (dir. Simon Evans)
In 2012 she performed in the musical How I Became a Pirate (dir. Angela Bacarisse) and the Festival of New American Plays: Love/Sick (dir. Jack Heifner) in addition to serving as dramaturg for Three Sisters (dir. Richard Jones, Ph.D.) and assistant stage managing Steel Magnolias (dir. Jason Scott, Ph.D.) amongst other roles in both theatre and film.