Jennifer Van Dyck was born in St. Andrews, Scotland and raised in Princeton, NJ. She graduated from Brown University with a double major in Religious Studies and Theatre Arts. She began her career at Trinity Rep under the leadership of Adrian Hall. Richard Jenkins directed her there in Arthur Miller's The Crucible and Other People's Money. She is a long time New Yorker and lives with her husband, actor Jonathan Walker.
Recent work includes guest leads on The Blacklist and Law&Order: SVU and plays by Sinan Unel (Chatal at the Huntington Summer Workshop), Howard Barker (The Castle at PTP/Atlantic Stage 2), A.R. Gurney (The Dining Room at Westport Playhouse).
Jennifer has had an extensive collaboration with playwright/actor Charles Busch and director Carl Andress creating numerous roles in various productions. Other favorite playwright collaborations include new plays by Bathsheba Doran, Sarah Schulman, Karen Zacarias, Keith Bunin, Ellen McLaughlin, Catherine Filloux, Douglas Post and Ken Weitzman.
Broadway: Hedda Gabler, Dancing at Lughnasa, Two Shakespearean Actors, The Secret Rapture. Off Broadway: Charles Busch's Judith of Bethulia at TNC, The Divine Sister at the Soho Playhouse, The Third Story at MCC, The Picture Box (NEC), Orson's Shadow (Barrow St.) The Breadwinner, The Second Man (Keen Company), Suzan Lori-Parks' 365Days/365 Plays (Barrow St./The Public), Hesh (Naked Angels), A Cheever Evening, Man in His Underwear, Gus and Al (all at Playwrights Horizons).
Recent film and television work: The Blacklist, Royal Pains, Person of Interest, Elementary, Too Big to Fail, Michael Clayton, Across the Universe, various Law & Order episodes, L&O: SVU, L&O:CI, Fringe, New Amsterdam.
Her regional credits include Trinity Rep, Old Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, Huntington, Hartford Stage, Long Wharf, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Berkshire Theatre Festival, O'Neill Playwrights Conference, Berkshire Playwrights Lab.
Jennifer's narration work encompasses radio plays for the BBC, documentary work for PBS and hundreds of audiobooks in a wide range of genres. She has received three Audiofile Magazine Earphones Awards, three Audie nominations and Salon.com's Best of 2013 for her narration of "Notes From No Man's Land" by Eula Biss.
Name: Jennifer Van Dyck
Known for: Michael Clayton
BirthDay: 23, Dec ,1962