Jennifer LaFleur

Jennifer Lafleur is an actor and producer most recently seen on the television shows Big Little Lies, American Crime, Billions, Chicago Fire, and Workaholics. She currently has four feature films on the festival circuit and can next be seen starring in the season premiere of the Duplass Brother's HBO anthology show Room 104 and the Netflix series Friends From College. She has received critical acclaim and festival awards for her work in the independent films MAD, Back At The Staircase, The Midnight Swim, No Light And No Land Anywhere, 6 Dynamic Laws for Success and she can be seen in the Independent Spirit Producer's Award-winning film she co-produced called LAMB, directed by Ross Partridge. She co-created the first Vimeo original series WEDLOCK with Ross Partridge and starred alongside Mark Duplass and Rob Corddry. A frequent collaborator of the Duplass Brothers, she was one of the leads of The Do-Deca-Pentathlon, and was in their films Baghead and Jeff Who Lives At Home, and their animated series Animals on HBO. She has also been seen in FX's Married, Comedy Central's Review, TNT's Major Crimes, Adult Swim's Childrens Hospital, Newsreaders, and You're Whole, and films such as Jenee LeMarque's The Pretty One, Matthew Watt's Mutual Friends, Hannah Fidell's 6 Years, Megan Griffith's The Night Stalker, and the horror anthology Holidays. She recently completed a lead role in the upcoming film The Husband in Chicago.