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Jennie Eisenhower

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jennie Eisenhower
Born (1978-08-15) August 15, 1978 (age 43)
EducationNorthwestern University
OccupationActress
Years active2003–present
Spouse(s)
Anthony Cheslock
(m. 2011; div. 2017)

Sara Neville
(m. 2020)
Children1
Parent(s)David Eisenhower
Julie Nixon Eisenhower
RelativesDwight Eisenhower (great-grandfather)
Mamie Eisenhower (great-grandmother)
Richard Nixon (grandfather)
Pat Nixon (grandmother)
John Eisenhower (paternal grandfather)
Tricia Nixon Cox (maternal aunt)
Christopher Nixon Cox (maternal cousin)

Jennie Elizabeth Eisenhower (born August 15, 1978) is an American actress and director. Eisenhower has performed in theater productions Off-Broadway and in regional theatre, being nominated for seven Barrymore Awards and winning two of them. She has had played minor roles in several feature films. She is a great-granddaughter of Dwight D. Eisenhower and granddaughter of Richard Nixon, both presidents of the United States.

Early life

Eisenhower was born in San Clemente, California,[1] to Julie Nixon Eisenhower and David Eisenhower. Her maternal grandparents were U.S. President Richard Nixon and First Lady Pat Nixon, while her paternal great-grandparents were U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower and First Lady Mamie Eisenhower.[2] She spent her childhood in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, and graduated summa cum laude from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.[1] She has one brother, Alex Richard Eisenhower (b. 1980), and one sister, Melanie Catherine Eisenhower (b. 1984).[3]

In 1996, Jennie Eisenhower was presented as a debutante to high society at the International Debutante Ball at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City.[4]

Career

Eisenhower has performed in Off-Broadway productions and at regional theaters across the United States. For her performances in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, she has won two Barrymore Awards: Best Actress in a Musical (2009) for Forbidden Broadway's Greatest Hits, and Best Supporting Actress in a Musical (2004) for The Wild Party.[5] She has also been nominated for Barrymore Awards for her work in Show Boat at the Media Theatre (2010), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee at Theatre Horizon in Norristown (2011), Little Women at Bristol Riverside Theatre (2011), A Grand Night for Singing at the Walnut Street Theatre (2012),[6] Parade at the Arden Theatre (2013), and Bullets Over Broadway (2018).[5]

Other appearances have included Passion at the Arden Theatre Company (2015), Kiss Me, Kate at the Act II Playhouse (2016), and Arsenic and Old Lace (2014), The Humans (2018)[7] and The Best Man (2020) at the Walnut Street Theatre, where she has also directed several productions; Off-Broadway appearances include "Suburb" at York Theatre.[8] Elsewhere in the greater Philadelphia region, Eisenhower directed 1776 in 2016[9] and Falsettos in 2019,[10] among other works.[11]

Eisenhower has appeared in small roles in the films Mona Lisa Smile (2003), Arthur (2011), and The Suspect (2013).[8] She taught theatre as an adjunct faculty member at Temple University.[12]

Personal life

Eisenhower narrated the audiobook version of her mother’s 2007 book about her grandmother, Pat Nixon: The Untold Story.[citation needed] She is a Democrat and voted for Barack Obama in 2012.[13]

Filmography

References

  1. ^ a b Wilson, Jon. "Historical play's lead adds touch of history", Tampa Bay Times, November 21 2004, accessed December 22, 2021
  2. ^ Leiby, Richard (February 23, 2005). "Jennie Eisenhower, Making Herself Perfectly Clear". The Washington Post. Retrieved September 28, 2020.
  3. ^ Bennett, Kitty. "Where Are They Now? Julie and David Eisenhower", AARP Bulletin, December 22, 2010. p. 2.
  4. ^ Yazigi, Monique (January 1997). "The Debutante Returns, With Pearls and Plans". New York Times. Retrieved 9 January 2018.
  5. ^ a b "The Barrymore Awards: Jennie Eisenhower". Theatre Philadelphia. Retrieved December 20, 2021.
  6. ^ Jones, Kenneth. "Philly's 2012 Barrymore Awards Nominees Announced; Is This the Final Year of the Barrymores?", Playbill, August 16, 2012, accessed May 1, 2022
  7. ^ Dunleavy, Tim. "Review: The Humans at the Walnut Street Theatre", DC Metro Theater Arts, January 28, 2018
  8. ^ a b "Jennie Eisenhower". Walnut Street Theatre. Retrieved December 20, 2021.
  9. ^ Eger, Henrik. "1776 And All That: Interview with director-choreographer Jennie Eisenhower", Phindie, May 4, 2016
  10. ^ Von Bergen, Jane M. "On stage at 1812 Productions: Two women in their 50s. Why that’s more radical than it should be." The Philadelphia Inquirer, October 14, 2019
  11. ^ Buehler, Pati. "BWW Interview: Philly's Own Jennie Eisenhower", BroadwayWorld.com, February 28, 2014, accessed December 20, 2021
  12. ^ Groome, Clark. "Only 3 people in U.S. history share her distinction; Eisenhower/Nixon kin currently starring in local play", Chestnut Hill Local, October 24, 2013, accessed December 20, 2021
  13. ^ "Election 2012: All the Presidents' Daughters". 2 October 2012.

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