Jodi is a native Australian and has worked across the spectrum from major studio and independent films to television as well as commercials, print and voiceover. Her film credits include “The Prestige” by Christopher Nolan and “GO” by Doug Lyman, “No Tomorrow” with Gary Busey and Pam Shae and “Final Encounter” with Dean Cain to name a few. Indie credits include: “Devil’s Backbone Texas” for Fox Digital and “Dr 420” with Lin Shaye. As for television, she has guest starred in shows such as “NCIS”, “JAG”, “Crash” and “Felicity”.
Most recently she was on the CBS sitcom “The Unicorn” and completed the period piece film “Incognito” playing a lesbian artist in the 1950s inspired by the true story of Sergei Ponomarenko. She appeared in the Israeli TV show “Very Important Person” opposite Yehuda Levy and was cast in “The L Word-Generation Q” for Showtime.
You have probably seen her in one of her many commercial or print campaigns including of late “Botox”, “Bank of America” and “Princess Cruises”.
In the works is the Indie “We all have our Demons” set to shoot in Australia in the Fall.
Jodi earned a bachelor of fine arts from The University of Western Australia and Murdoch University where she majored in Theatre. She also studied acting at The Art’s Educational Drama School in London. During her time in London she performed in several theatre productions including “The Seagull”, “The Sea” and “Pains of Youth” in Covent Garden.
Now a US citizen she lives in Los Angeles with her husband and ten-year-old daughter, who is her little guru. Among her many words of wisdom, her daughter once said, “Whether you are on TV or not you are always a star”. Jodi agrees and continues to shine her light as bright as possible.