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Jennifer Beals is an actress and former model who has had her breakthrough role in the 1983 film “Flashdance.”. After that she has appeared in such films as “Devil in a Blue Dress,” “The Anniversary Party,” “Roger Dodger,” and “Before I Fall.”

Quick Facts

Real NameJennifer Beals.
Date of Birth19th December , 1963.
Birth PlaceChicago, Illinois, U.S.
Age59 Years.
Fathers NameAlfred Beals
Mothers NameJeanne (née Anderson).
ReligionShe practices Catholicism, as well as Judaism.
SiblingsShe has two brothers, Bobby and Gregory.
Zodiac SignSagittarius.

Years Active1980–present.
Known ForAlexandra Owens: Flashdance
Bette Porter: The L Word
Height5 feet 8 Inches/173 Cm.
Weight56 kg/ 123.45 Lbs.
Body Measurement34-27-36 (Inches).
Eye ColorBlue
Hair colorBlonde.
SchoolGraduated from Francis W. Parker School
CollegeShe graduated from Yale University with a B.A. in American Literature in 1987.
Marital StatusMarried ( 1986)

She then married Ken Dixon ( On October 18th, 2005) who is a Canadian entrepreneur.
HusbandAlexandre Rockwell (1986-1996).
ChildrenShe gave birth to their daughter. Her husband Dixon also has two children from a previous marriage.
RelationshipWhile attending Yale, she dated film executive Robert Simonds.
Social Media

Youtube Channel
14.8K subscribers
Youtube Channel/Beals
Net Worth$ 8 million (INR 65.80 Cr)
Last UpdatedOctober 2022.
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Early Life

Jennifer Beals was born on December 19th December , 1963. in Chicago, Illinois to her parents Jeanne and grocery store owner Alfred. Her mother is Irish-American, & her father, who passed away when she was eight years old & was African-American. She studied at Francis W. Parker School, where she worked on a production of “Fiddler on the Roof.” After graduating, she attended the Young People’s Drama Workshop at the Goodman Theater. She then went on to attend Yale University, graduating with a BA in American literature in 1987.


Beals made her movie debut in 1980 with a minor role in “My Bodyguard.” She got her breakthrough role three years later, when she performed as aspiring professional dancer Alex Owens in “Flashdance.” The film was a huge hit, becoming the third highest grossing of the year in the US. For her performance, she also earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical. After this achievement, she performed opposite Sting in the 1985 horror film “The Bride,” loosely based on the 1935 classic “Bride of Frankenstein.” She was next performed in the Italian comedy “The Gamble” and the boxing drama “Split Decisions.”

She closed out the 80s playing a vampire opposite Nicolas Cage in “Vampire’s Kiss.” In the early-to-mid 90s. Beals’ other received credits in the 90s include “Four Rooms,” “Wishful Thinking,” “The Last Days of Disco,” and “Something More.”Beals then started the 2000s with a role in the direct-to-video action film “Militia.” She was also in “The Anniversary Party,” “13 Moons,” and “Roger Dodger.” In 2003, Beals played a sequestered jury member in the legal thriller “Runaway Jury,” story based on the John Grisham novel.

She then works in “Catch That Kid,” “Desolation Sound,” “Troubled Waters,” and the supernatural horror film sequel “The Grudge 2.” After a small part in “Queen to Play” in 2009, she then reunited with her former co-star Denzel Washington in the post-apocalyptic action film “The Book of Eli.” Her later credits have included “Cinemanovels,” “Manhattan Night,” “Before I Fall,” and “After.”

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Television Career

In 1985, Beals performed on television for the first time in an episode of the fantasy anthology series “Faerie Tale Theater,” in which she played Cinderella. She didn’t return to television till 1992, when she landed her first main role as attorney Perry Quinn on the primetime soap opera “2000 Malibu Road.” Later on, Beals appeared in an episode of “The Outer Limits,” and had a role on the ABC drama “Nothing Sacred.” Beals then continued her appearances in television films in the early 2000s, including “A House Divided,” “After the Storm,” and “Without Malice.” In 2004, she acted in the final episode of the sitcom “Frasier.”

That same year, she landed her biggest role yet on the Showtime series “The L Word,” playing Ivy League-educated lesbian Bette Porter. After this, Beals had a role in the first two seasons of the crime series “Lie to Me.” She then had a main role as Chicago police superintendent Teresa Colvin on the short-lived Fox series “The Chicago Code.” From 2012 to 2013, she played the role of Celeste LaPree on “The Mob Doctor.” After that, she has appeared in many other main roles. which include the medical drama “The Night Shift”; the Amazon series “The Last Tycoon”; the supernatural drama “Proof”; the action thriller “Taken”; and the superhero horror series “Swamp Thing.” Along with that in 2019.

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Personal Life

When she was a student at Yale, Beals was in a relationship with Robert Simonds, who later became a successful film producer and studio executive. In 1986, she married her first husband, filmmaker Alexandre Rockwell. The couple then divorced a decade later. 


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