Jessica Myhr is a versatile actress who has been seen in various stage and on camera projects. She had a recurring role as a sassy nurse on "All My Children" and starred in a short film about speed dating, "Speed of Love". In addition, Jessica finished a series of short films, "Julia" and "Henry," (also a PBS Special) that have been turned into a feature film entitled “Causal Encounters”.
Her recent theatre credits include “The London Merchant” (Millwood) with the Storm Theatre, which received a great NYTimes review and was considered one of the most galvanizing moments of 2012, "Doubt" (Sister James) at the NYU Tisch alumni festival of plays, the NY premiere of "A Shot Away" with the Red Fern Theatre Company, "Shaw’s Caesar & Cleopatra" in New York City (performed the role of Cleopatra) with Resonance Ensemble and the world premiere of Logomaniacs with the Actors Shakespeare Company, where she was reviewed as being “genuinely hilarious” by the Jersey Journal. You may have seen her recently in a National Pictionary or Verizon Fios commercial. Jessica earned her MFA in Acting from Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts under William Esper and Deborah Hedwall. When Jessica isn’t acting, she’s styling most of NYC’s actors “from the inside out” with Inherent Style.