He who desires nothing
and hopes for nothing
and is afraid of nothing
cannot be an artist.
Jeanie Hackett as the love-sick, snuff-snorting
Masha delivers an intelligent performance of
consumate dramatic depth and power, aware that,
in Chekhov, character and fate are one.
LA WEEKLY, The Seagull
my resume, on IMDB
Jeanie's Broadway credits include Stella in Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire (with Blythe Danner) at Circle in the Square & Belle in Eugene O'Neill's Ah, Wilderness at the Roundabout. Off-Broadway she's been seen in new plays at Soho Rep, The Promenade & The Harold Clurman Theaters. She received her Equity card at the Williamstown Theater Festival where she appeared in over a dozen plays such as The Greeks, Room Service, The Bay at Nice, Summerfolk & The Front Page among others. She's performed at the Pasadena Playhouse, South Coast Rep, Center Theater Group, Long Wharf, Three River Shakespeare Festival & The Tennessee Williams Arts Center playing leading roles in Richard III (Lady Anne) The Winter's Tale (Perdita, Hermione) The Taming of The Shrew (Kate) Hamlet (Ophelia) Cyrano de Bergerac (Roxanne) Uncle Vanya (Yelena) Old Times (Kate) Arms and The Man (Louka) How the Other Half Loves (Teresa) Vieux Carre (Jane Sparks) & Present Laughter (Joanna) among others. Other LA Theater credits include: The Seagull (Matrix), Black Box (Odyssey), Phaedra (Getty Villa), Light & Pera Palas (Theatre@Boston Court), Kate Crackernuts (24th Street Theater) & Andromache in The Trojan Women at CBS Radford. She has played several roles for LA Theater Works, including Trifles with Amy Madigan. With The Antaeus Company: Chekhov x 4, Tonight at 8:30, The Autumn Garden, along with numerous readings & workshops. Recent film work includes: The Words (with Bradley Cooper & Dennis Quaid), Take Me Home Tonight (with Topher Grace), King of California (with Michael Douglas) & Post Grad (with Michael O'Keefe & Carol Burnett.) Favorite television work: Lie to Me, Lincoln Heights, Medium, Criminal Minds, The "L" Word, Charmed, Judging Amy (recurring) & playing Queen Margaret from Shakespeare's Henry VI, Part 3 on The West Wing.