Jennifer DeLatte

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Jennifer is an actress from New Orleans 


who loves New Orleans Saints football, attempting extreme home fitness videos, and singing Patsy Cline songs. Her first supporting role in a feature film was in Peter Beary's Free Spirits and she is represented by Del Corral Talent Agency. 


Having sung with Broadway veterans Bart Shatto and Brad Little, she is a seasoned performer who

obtained her degree from North Carolina School of the Arts conservatory and has performed all over the country. Some of her favorite theatrical roles include originating the role of Jessie Chambers in the US premiere of Scandalous!, The Life of D.H. Lawrence, www.lawrencethemusical.com, and Lina Lamont in Singing in the Rain for which she won the Ambie Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical. 


**BREAKING NEWS: Jennifer has been selected by the Jefferson Performing Arts Society of New Orleans as a celebrity honoree (Célébrité Étoile) for the 2014-15 theatrical season and will perform at the 19th Annual Pasta & Puccini fundraiser Gala on October 24, 2014. 

​From 
Broadwayworld.com

Five Célébrité Étoiles were chosen from forty-one individuals who were nominated for the award. The celebrities chosen are extremely talented young people who have demonstrated their dedication to the performing arts. They are the future leaders of the arts who are interested in the cultural climate of our community. 


She is in Acting for the Camera classes with Veleka Gray and just wrapped filming of a supporting role in the film, Connections.


Latest News

BroadwayWorld.com: Jefferson Performing Arts Society Announces 2014-15 Ce'le'brite Etoile Honorees:
Jennifer has been selected as a Célébrité Étoile (Star Celebrity) for the 2014-15 season for her artistic contributions to JPAS and the New Orleans area. Go to  http://broadwayworld.com for the article!


Cast in the upcoming film Connections
Filmed a supporting role in early October!

Jennifer will perform at the Pasta & Puccini Gala fundraiser for Jefferson Performing Arts Society on October 24, 2014. Go to http://jpas.org  for details.