A History of Jennifer Love Hewitt

We may all be familiar with the popular Ghost Whisperer star Jennifer Love Hewitt who is undoubtedly perceived as a highly recognized actress throughout the world. She was born in 1979 of February 21st, and made her 1st television appearance in the year 1984 on “Kids Incorporated which also had an appearance from Scott Wolf.

In addition, Jennifer did many commercials; also doing a L.A. Gear spokes girl stint when she was only ten years old. After dedicating the majority of the 80’s in working on television, Jennifer received her first role in 1993 was “Sister Act 2”. In 1994, she got her huge break as Sarah Reeves on the film “Party of Five” (1994) wherein she gained her recognition. However, Hewitt was to receive more fame and spotlight in films such as “Trojan War” (1997) and the intense thriller “I know what you did last summer” (1997) which benefited from the growing trend in teen horror flicks which was catalyzed by Wes Craven’s Scream (1996) and proved to be increasingly popular among the vast audiences. Soon after the film was followed predictably by a sequel titled the 1998 film “I still know what you did last summer”.

Furthermore, Hewitt also starred in the 1998 “Can’t Hardly Wait”, while still maintaining her role in Party of Five and continuing to involve herself in commercials, such as the Neutrogena spokes girl, in addition to headlining her very own Fox series entitled “Time of your life”.

As demonstratively known as “Love” by her friends and family, Jennifer Love Hewitt has had a moderate success being a pop singer, in addition to acting on big screen. Relatively, Hewitt made her musical appearance in 1995 with the “Lets Go Bang” release, and also singing 2 tracks for the “House Arrest” soundtrack in 1996, in addition to portraying a lead role in the film. The 1998 “Can’t Hardly Wait” teen movie featured Hewitt as the girl du lour, and consequently it made so much of a splash in the genre that it was paranoid in the 2002 “Not Another Teen Movie” film.

She is presently considered one of the most significant actresses of all times, and her contribution to filmography, music, and television broadcasting has always been appreciated by her fans. By 2000, Jennifer received critical acclaims for her role as “Audrey Hepburn” in “The Audrey Hepburn Story” (which is made for TV dramatization of Hepburn’s life). The following year, Jennifer starred opposite Alien queen Siquouney Weaver in the film “Heartbreakers” featuring 2 actresses as mother and daughter con artists. Jennifer Love Hewitt, in the year 2002 received the opportunity to star opposite the popular Jackie Chan in “The Tuxedo”. She additionally sung to a series of animated roles such as “The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2 (2001), and “The Adventures of Tom Thumb and Thumbelina (2002). Jennifer returned to filmography in the year 2004 where she plays the major role in “Ghost Whisperer” which earned her the 2006 Saturn nomination for best actress.