Jennifer Louise Bardsley

Model-turned-actress with an Edward Everett Hale quote

Jennifer Louise BardsleyBorn and raised in Erie, Pennsylvania, Jennifer Louise Bardsley began her modeling career as a Kmart clothing model when she was in her teens ….a gig that didn’t exactly cause her to become “bitten by the modeling bug.” After a long hiatus away from being in front of a photographer’s lens, which included a stint in the US Army, she returned to modeling in 2011 and has since built up an impressive portfolio. Just a few samples of which are included here.

Jennifer decided to branch out into acting three years ago with student films and in 2014, she landed a part in Len Kabasinski’s Blood Mercury. Obviously impressed with her acting skills, Len subsequently cast Jennifer in his recent film Angel of Reckoning (which stars Donna Hamblin), and she is now slated to be a part of Len’s upcoming, Hellcat’s Revenge. She’s also currently part of the cast of the Erie-based comedy-horror TV series, SPOOKS. Above photo courtesy of Jennifer, herself.

May 5, 2017 interview with Jennifer Louise Bardsley

Left: Gracing the cover of the October 2012 issue of Mature Cover Models magazine, in
which Jennifer also gave an interview that included a photo of her wrecked car from her
2011 accident. Right: From an October 2012 shoot with MyAgape Photography.

Left: From a September 2014 shoot with Jeff Glasser of Nightwing Photography. Jennifer says she
had to go down some of the worst terrain she’s ever been on to get to the waterfall. (Hear that
in her interview at the 05:05 mark.) Right: From a 2015 shoot with MyAgape Photography.

June 2015 “Dark Series” theme shoot with Mike Miller

Jennifer Louise Bardsley
From a June 2013 shoot, just before Jennifer got the side tattoo …
Jennifer Louise Bardsley
…that you see here. It’s a quote from American author Edward Everett Hale. Jennifer
tells of its significance to her, beginning at 07:38 in her interview.
Jennifer Louise Bardsley
Photo by Robert Kurek

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Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Chris flirted with the music business there and in Nashville before joining the U.S. Army and serving in South Korea. He remained in Asia for several years afterwards, teaching English, traveling, and covering the regional entertainment scenes. Currently in a mindset between Seoul and San Francisco, besides Idol Features, you can also catch his writings in the print edition of the monthly magazine, Effective.

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