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American actress, writer, producer, and director Rashida Leah Jones (; born February 25, 1976). Jones played the roles of Louisa Fenn on the Fox drama series Boston Public (2000-2002), Karen Filippelli on The Office (2006-2009; 2011), and Ann Perkins on Parks and Recreation (2009-2015) for three different television networks. Jones starred as the title character on the TBS comedy series Angie Tribeca from 2016 to 2019, and she starred as Joya Barris on the Netflix series #blackAF in 2020.
In addition to I Love You, Man (2009) and The Social Network (2010), Jones has also been seen in Our Idiot Brother (2011), The Muppets (2011), Celeste and Jesse Forever (2012), which she also co-wrote, and Tag (2018). Toy Story 4's (2019) plot was also co-written by Jones.
She directed the pilot episode of Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On (2017) and served as a producer on the 2015 film and 2017 television series of the same name. The sex business is the subject of both works. Quincy, her Netflix documentary about her father Quincy Jones, premiered in 2018 and was awarded the 2019 Grammy for Best Music Film.
Childhood and Early Learning [ edit ]
Jones was born to actress Peggy Lipton and musician/record producer Quincy Jones in Los Angeles, California. Kidada Jones is her older sister, and she has five half-siblings from their father's other relationships, including Kenya Jones and Quincy Jones III. Jones's dad is of Cameroonian Tikar and Welsh ancestry. Her mother was Jewish ; specifically, she was Ashkenazi  (a branch of Judaism that Jones and her sister were raised by their mother in a Reform Jewish household; Jones attended Hebrew school until the age of ten, after which she stopped going and never had a bat mitzvah. 
Jones is a native of the Bel Air area of Los Angeles. She has spoken out about how her parents' interracial marriage was controversial during the time.  Her father recalled in his autobiography how he frequently discovered Jones, then six years old, under the covers with a flashlight, reading five books at once. She was a "straight-up nerd" who used a dial-up modem and floppy disks as a child, according to her own admission (21).  Jones has always had a knack for music and is classically trained on the piano. Jones's mom said she was "also a fabulous singer and songwriter" in a 1990 interview with Entertainment Tonight. 
The students at Jones's Sherman Oaks, California high school, The Buckley School, voted her "Most Likely to Succeed," and she was inducted into the National Honor Society. Jones participated in theater while at Buckley, learning acting techniques from teacher Tim Hillman. Rashida Jones moved to Brentwood with her mother after her parents divorced when she was 14 years old . Jones's sister stayed with their father. In 1994, Jones gained notoriety after she publicly addressed harsh comments made by rapper Tupac Shakur about her parents' interracial marriage in an open letter. clarification neededIn the end, Shakur and Rashida's family became close friends of his after they resolved their differences. Kidada Jones, Rashida's sister, was dating Tupac before he was killed.
Rashida Jones lived in Currier House and Eliot House during her time at Harvard University. She was an active member of numerous student organizations, including the Signet Society, the Black Student Union, the Harvard-Radcliffe Opportunes, and the Hasty Pudding Theatricals.  She had planned on becoming a lawyer, but the O. J. Simpson trial left her feeling disillusioned. She co-composed the score for the 149th annual Hasty Pudding Theatricals performance and acted in several plays after getting involved in the performing arts . Jones, who had been stigmatized by some black classmates for not being "black enough," found "healing" in performing in For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide / When the Rainbow Is Enuf during her sophomore year of college. She attended college from  1999 to study religion and philosophy. 
Career [ edit ]
Acting [ edit ]
Jones debuted in the miniseries The Last Don, based on the novel by Mario Puzo, in 1997. After that, you could catch her in Myth America, East of A, and If These Walls Could Talk 2 She made an appearance on Freaks and Geeks as Karen Scarfolli in 2000 before being cast as Louisa Fenn on Boston Public. She made 26 appearances between 2000 and 2002, and in her final year she was nominated for an NAACP Image Award.  Despite the fact that her role in the series was relatively small, film offers came quickly. She played a minor role in Steven Soderbergh's Full Frontal and was the lead in Kevin Smith regular Jeff Anderson's Now You Know. She co-starred with Adam Brody in the movie short Roadside Assistance.
Following her departure from Boston Public, Jones made appearances in the Damon Dash–directed film Death of a Dynasty and in a pair of episodes of Chappelle's Show on Comedy Central. She was supposed to appear in the 2004 HBO film Strip Search, directed by Sidney Lumet, but her scenes were ultimately omitted from the film's airing. In the following year's production of Dr. She played Edie Miller on the British drama series NY-LON and Rachel Keyes in Little Black Book. Jones played Karen in the Comedy Central pilot for Stella that same year, and she played Carla Merced, a government agent, in the TNT police drama Wanted.
Before being offered the role on The Office, Jones was thinking about leaving acting to get a master's degree in public policy. In September of 2006, she became a part of the ensemble cast when she was cast as Karen Filippelli. She had recurring roles in the third season and then appeared in three episodes across the fourth, fifth, and seventh seasons. 
Jones also played Karen in Rainn Wilson's Office-themed opening monologue sketch on Saturday Night Live in February 2007. Jones shot cameos for David Wain's The Ten and Role Models; the latter can be seen on the Blu-ray release of Role Models.  She was in the Farrelly brothers' ill-fated 2008 comedy series Unhitched. She also played the lead female role in the "Long Road to Ruin" music video for the Foo Fighters.
Jones provided the voices for multiple Robot Chicken characters in an episode airing in January 2009.  She played Hannah in Brief Interviews with Hideous Men, an independent film by John Krasinski that screened during the 2009 Sundance Film Festival In the DreamWorks comedy I Love You, Man, she starred alongside Paul Rudd and Jason Segel as Zooey Rice.
Jones joined the cast of the NBC mockumentary sitcom Parks and Recreation. She had previously collaborated with show creators Greg Daniels and Michael Schur on NBC's The Office. From the pilot episode through the middle of the sixth season, she portrayed nurse Ann Perkins, a role she later returned to for the series finale. 
Jones appeared briefly in Kevin Smith's film Cop Out in 2010. She made an appearance in the 2010 film The Social Network alongside Harvard students Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield. She took on the role of Marylin Delpy, a second-year legal associate who helped with Mark Zuckerberg's defense.
Monogamy, a drama directed by Dana Adam Shapiro and starring Jones and Chris Messina, was released in 2010. The theatrical release of the film occurred in March 2011, after its premiere at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival. 
In addition to Our Idiot Brother, which starred Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks, and Emily Mortimer, Jones also directed 2011's The Big Year, which starred Steve Martin, Owen Wilson, and Jack Black; The Muppets, which starred Jason Segel, Amy Adams, and Chris Cooper; and Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis in Friends with Benefits. In the latter, she was Cindy, a lesbian lawyer and the loving girlfriend of Zooey Deschanel's bisexual character. At the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, the short film Fight For Your Right Revisited by the Beastie Boys had its world premiere, and Jones made a cameo appearance in it. Jones also made a guest appearance on an episode of Wilfred as hospice worker Lisa. On July 21, 2011, FX aired the episode.
She co-wrote and starred in the 2012 film Celeste and Jesse Forever (with Andy Samberg).
She made a voice appearance in season 24 episode 11 of The Simpsons, "The Changing of the Guardian," alongside Danny DeVito.
TBS's Angie Tribeca, a comedy series starring Jones, premiered in 2016; the role of Angie Tribeca was cast for Jones in 2014. The Steve and Nancy Carell-created series  was axed in 2019. 
Hot Girls Wanted, a documentary Jones directed and produced about young women's representation in pornographic media, was released in 2015. After its debut at the Sundance Film Festival on May 29, 2015, Netflix made the decision to acquire the film. In 2017, Jones produced and directed the pilot episode of the spin-off series Hot Girls Wanted: Turned On. The sex industry play Sell/Buy/Date, in which Jones is set to appear, is currently in the process of being adapted. Jones's participation in Hot Girls Wanted has earned her a bad reputation among sex workers, who view the film and series as exploitative and inaccurately portraying the sex work environment. Some of the people who appeared in Turned On claimed they never gave permission, or later revoked it, and that the show used their likenesses or private information without their permission, which prompted widespread backlash. 
Jones joined the cast and executive production team for the Netflix comedy series #blackAF in 2020, starring opposite the show's creator, Kenya Barris. Jones also provides the voice for the recurring character Mia on Fox's Duncanville. She co-stars with Bill Murray and Sofia Coppola in the upcoming comedy-drama On the Rocks, set for release in 2020. 
Writing [ edit ]
Jones is the mind behind the CIA-recruiting socialite comic book series Frenemy of the State. Comics written by Christina Weir and Nunzio DeFilippis, who are husband and wife, are published by Oni Press. Jones sold the film rights to Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment in October 2009, a full month before the debut issue was published. Jones co-wrote the screenplay with co-writer Will McCormack, and the film was produced by Brian Grazer and Eric Gitter. 
In March 2009, Jones sold a screenplay for a comedy titled "Celeste and Jesse Forever." She had written the screenplay with McCormack and was set to star in the movie. 2012 saw the public debut of .
Jones and Michael Schur collaborated on the script for the 2016 episode "Nosedive" of the anthology series Black Mirror, based on a story by Charlie Brooker. 
Toy Story 4 was written by Jones and McCormack for Pixar Animation Studios. As Jones put it, Pixar is "a culture where women and people of color do not have an equal creative voice," so she decided to bail on her writing assignment early. The movie came out in June of 2019  and they both got "story by" credit. 
Jones's work as a contributing editor for Teen Vogue can be found in the magazine.  She authored Section 36 of Q: The Autobiography of Quincy Jones (2001), her father's biography.
In 2016, Jones wrote a "thank you note" to Michelle Obama for publication in The New York Times, which was later excerpted in the book Courage Is Contagious. 
Videos with musical accompaniment [ edit ]
Jones is a singer who has sung backup for Maroon 5. Songs About Jane features her on the songs "Tangled," "Secret," and "Not Coming Home," and their second album, It Won't Be Soon Before Long, features her on the song "Kiwi." Jones contributed vocals to the 2000 tribute album The Rose That Grew from Concrete, which was dedicated to Tupac Shakur. Her dad sang on the track "Starry Night," Mac Mall rapped on it, and her half-brother QD3 produced it. The High & Mighty's debut album, Home Field Advantage, was released in 1999, and it featured a song titled "Dick Starbuck: Porno Detective," on which Jones provided vocals. 
In addition to Reno 911! : Miami, Jones also sang on the soundtracks for The Baxter and The Ten. She has sung in a few Boston Public episodes and at benefit concerts like 2002's What A Pair Benefit, which was held to aid breast cancer research. Jones co-wrote and co-released the song Wanted to Be Loved with Daniel Ahearn in May 2015; the track appeared in Jones's 2015 documentary Hot Girls Wanted. 
Jones, her sister Kidada Jones, and her then-boyfriend Mark Ronson made an appearance in the music video for Aaliyah's "More Than a Woman" in 2002. Jones has also been featured in the music videos for "Be Gentle With Me" by The Boy Least Likely To and "Long Road to Ruin" by the Foo Fighters. She played Susan Belfontaine in the latter, for which she received credit as Racinda Jules. In 2013, Jones directed the music video for "Brave" by Sara Bareilles. It was her first time behind the camera.
She appeared in Jones and McCormack's 2016 music video for Boss Selection's "Flip and Rewind." 
Cartoons available online [ edit ]
Jones has made appearances in a number of webseries. She co-starred with Natalie Portman in the first season of Funny or Die's Speak Out series and appeared in two episodes of the first webseason of Web Therapy alongside Lisa Kudrow. Jones, who had to bow out of the show's second, third, and fourth seasons to focus on other projects, did some voiceover work for an off-screen appearance in the show's first TV season (which featured her appearance from the first web season). and still found time to make an appearance in the season two finale of the show as her character. She also portrayed David Wain in a guise on an episode of Wainy Days on My Damn Channel. In 2008, Jones was one of many famous faces to parody California's anti-gay marriage initiative in Marc Shaiman's Prop 8 - The Musical. She voiced Hotwire on the Hulu comedy series The Awesomes from 2013 to 2015.
Advertising and fashion modeling [ edit ]
Jones was chosen as the spokesperson for Dove's Nourishing Oil Care Collection in 2011. She became the face of Verizon FiOS in a series of commercials that debuted in 2015. In 2017, Jones signed on as a spokesperson for the cosmetics company Almay.  In 2018, Jones made history by becoming Maison Kitsune's first official female ambassador. She modeled and promoted Zenni Optical glasses in 2019.  She has also narrated commercials for Expedia and Southwest Airlines and has appeared in their TV spots .
In a commercial for Toyota's Tundra pickup truck titled "keeping up with the Joneses" that aired during Super Bowl LVI in February 2022, she co-starred with Tommy Lee Jones, Leslie Jones, and Nick Jonas to the tune of Tom Jones' "It's Not Unusual." 
Podcasting [ edit ]
In 2020 November, Jones and co-host Bill Gates launched the podcast Bill Gates and Rashida Jones Ask Big Questions.
Diverse Attempts [ edit ]
Le Train Train, Jones' production company, inked a first-look television deal with MRC in September of 2018. 
Personal life [ edit ]
Jones, who was brought up Jewish, converted to Hinduism with her mother after visiting an ashram in India when she was a teenager. She became a devout Jew after reaching adulthood . She told the media: 
Your practice and your relationship with God in the modern world are entirely up to you. My connection is very important to me, and it was solidified by my exposure to Jewish customs and my experiences with the guy in question. My Jewish, religious boyfriends tend to be: It's not something I consider essential, but there is an underlying resonance with me. 
She has said, "I have gone through periods where I only feel black or Jewish," addressing her multiracial identity. I feel pretty stable at this point. That's the thing, I do identify with being black, and if other people don't, that's their problem, not mine. " I welcome the opportunity to dispel common assumptions about what it means to be biracial. "
In February of 2003, Jones became engaged to music producer Mark Ronson. On her 27th birthday, he posed the question with a crossword puzzle he had made especially for her that read, "Will you marry me?" About a year later, their relationship had come to an end. 
In 2018, Jones and her musician boyfriend, Ezra Koenig, welcomed a son. 
Representation in the public eye [ edit ]
Acts of generosity [ edit ]
Jones has supported Peace First (previously known as Peace Games), an organization that teaches kids nonviolent methods of conflict resolution. Since 2004, when she first joined the board, she has organized and hosted numerous annual benefits. Jones has volunteered for organizations such as Stand Up to Cancer, EDUN, ONE: The Campaign to Make Poverty History, and The Art of Elysium, which provides art workshops to children in hospitals. In 2007, she served as honorary chair of Housing Works' annual benefit to combat AIDS and homelessness in New York City.  She has participated in charity events benefiting the Lower Eastside Girls Club in New York, the EB Medical Research Foundation, and St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. 
Travel to a Refugee Camp in Syria [ edit ]
Jones went to a camp for Syrian refugees in Lebanon in 2016. She shared her eye-opening story for Vanity Fair. She even made a VR film about it  that was featured on the show "Rescue Me." org 
Actions in Politics [ edit ]
Jones has endorsed presidential candidates from the Democratic Party. Jones spoke at student rallies and public galleries in Ohio on behalf of Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry in 2004. 
She was an Obama supporter throughout his 2008 and 2012 campaigns. She campaigned for Democratic Party candidates and voter registration on Missouri campuses in 2008 alongside Kristen Bell. She and her Parks and Recreation co-star Adam Scott went to Iowa to campaign in 2012.  
Accolades [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
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