|Date of Birth||August 22, 1979|
|Working for||Movies, TV Shows|
|Married on||June 7, 2007|
|Net Worth(s)||$ 5 Million|
|Name on Birth||Jennifer Christina Finnigan|
|Weight||54 kg (approx.)|
|Body Measurements||32 - 25 - 30 inch.|
Jennifer Christina Finnigan is a 3-time Daytime Emmy Award winning Canadian actress, perhaps best known for her role as Bridget Forrester in the American soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful from 2000 to 2004. She also appeared on the CBS legal drama Close to Home and on the ABC sitcom Better with You.
Finnigan was born on August 22, 1979 in Montreal, Québec.
She attended The Sacred Heart School of Montreal, a Catholic, all-girl private school, from which she graduated in 1996.
Father, Mother, brother and sister
She is the daughter of popular radio personality Jack Finnigan, who was a fixture on CJAD radio in Montreal from 1972 to 2005.
Career and struggle
In 1998, she made a few guest appearances on "The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo". In early 1999, she appeared in one episode of "Big Wolf on Campus" and throughout the end of 1999, she starred in a sitcom called Student Bodies playing the role of Kim McCloud in the show's final season. Throughout the first half of 2000, she played the character "Tara" in the episode "The Tale of the Last Dance" in Season 7 of Are You Afraid of the Dark?, as well as making a guest appearance on La Femme Nikita.
In mid-2000, Finnigan moved to the United States and got the role of Bridget Forrester in the long-running soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful in July 2000. In December 2000, she also starred in a true story in the telefilm The Stalking of Laurie Show about the real life murder of a young teenage girl. Finnigan starred as Bridget on The Bold and the Beautiful from July 2000 until January 2004 and won three awards for her work on the show.
From March 2004 until November 2004, Finnigan was featured on 10 episodes of Crossing Jordan as pathologist Dr. Devan Maguire. Following her departure from the show, she played the character Marni Fliss on the NBC series Committed, which only aired for 13 episodes before being cancelled due to low ratings. The show aired from January until March 2005. In mid-2005, she made a guest appearance as Alex Sinclair in The Dead Zone episode "Double Vision".
Finnigan co-starred with her husband, actor Jonathan Silverman, in Beethoven's Big Break, the latest installment in the Beethoven film series; the film was released direct-to-DVD in late 2008. She also starred in Playing for Keeps, a CTV/Lifetime Original Movie, broadcast as What Color is Love? Finnigan starred in the ABC sitcom better with you, which was cancelled after only one season.
She co-starred alongside Jason Priestley in the Psych sixth season episode, "Neil Simon's Lover's Retreat". She has also done Shadow Island Mysteries: The Last Christmas and Shadow Island Mysteries: Wedding for One.
Finnigan married actor Jonathan Silverman on June 7, 2007 on the island of Mykonos in Greece.
Height, weight and age
She is 170 centimeters tall. She has maintained a balanced weight that makes her look sexy and improves the weight of her personality.
She has a nice figure of 32-25-30.
She is a Canadian actress and is white.
Award and Achievement
She is the first person to win three consecutive Daytime Emmy Awards (29th, 30th, 31st Awards), all as "Outstanding Younger Actress".
She has a great future in the acting industry of America.