Famous actress Jennifer Love Hewitt
Father Herbert Daniel Hewitt
Bro. Todd Hewitt
Husband Brian Hallisay
Daughter of James and Autumn Hallisay
James Atticus Hallisay (the son)
Many anonymous cousins
Aside from acting, Jennifer Love Hewitt also works in the fields of producing, writing, directing, and singing for television.
Hewitt's birth date is February 21, 1979, and he was born in Waco, Texas. Her speech-language-pathologist mother Patricia Mae and her medical-technician father Herbert Daniel Hewitt raised her. In the middle of Texas, in a small town called Nolanville, she grew up. Hewitt's middle name, Love, comes from a promise her mother made to a college friend (also named "Love") that if she ever had a daughter, Hewitt would be named after her. Hewitt's older brother, Todd Hewitt, was named after their father. Jennifer was named after the crush her father had at the time of her birth In the wake of their parents' split, Hewitt and Todd were raised by their mom.
Hewitt's earliest experiences in the entertainment business began when she was a young girl and she developed a passion for music. She performed "The Greatest Love of All" at a livestock show when she was just three years old. The following year, she sang "Help Me Make it Through the Night" at a restaurant's dance hall, and the crowd loved it. Tap and ballet were already second nature to her by the time she was five. It took her another four years, but by then she had made it onto the Texas Show Team. After being named "Texas Our Little Miss Talent Winner" by a panel of judges, Hewitt and her mother relocated to Los Angeles, California the following year at the urging of talent scouts so that she could pursue a career in acting and singing. Lincoln High School was where she met Jonathan Neville, the future talent scout who suggested Hewitt for the part of Amy in Party of Five.
Hewitt got her start in the entertainment industry when she was a kid, when she appeared in commercials and on Kids Incorporated on the Disney Channel. She had a long list of credits under her belt before she became a household name among teenagers thanks to her performances in FOX's Party of Five (in which she played Sarah Reeves Merrin) and the horror film I Know What You Did Last Summer. as well as the 1998 follow-up (in both of which she played the role of Julie James). In 2007, Hewitt won the Saturn Award for Best Actress on Television for her role as Melinda Gordon on the hit CBS television series Ghost Whisperer. Following that, she played Riley Parks on the Lifetime series The Client List, for which she received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy. For several of her movies and TV shows, she also took on the role of producer.
Hewitt's first significant musical connection was as a backup singer for Martika's top-charting single, Toy Soldiers. Meldac paid for the sessions that yielded her first studio album, Love Songs, when she was just a tween. As a result of the album's limited Japanese release, Hewitt gained widespread popularity in that country. Hewitt is a popular pop singer who is currently signed to Atlantic Records and Jive Records. How Do I Deal, released in 1999, was her most successful single on the Billboard Hot 100, reaching No. 59 Hewitt has also written songs for movie trailers and soundtracks.
Hewitt's first foray into comics writing was in November of 2009. Writer Scott Lobdell scripted a five-issue anthology titled Jennifer Love Hewitt's Music Box, which was based on Hewitt's ideas Trade paperback collections of the series were released by IDW Publishing. She chronicled her adventures in love and dating in a book titled The Day I Shot Cupid. Hewitt is credited with popularizing the practice of decorating one's vulva with Swarovski crystals after announcing in a January 2010 interview on Lopez Tonight that there was a chapter in the book about "vajazzling" her "vajayjay" In its first week on sale, the book topped the New York Times bestseller list. Hewitt announced in June 2011 via Twitter that she was working on a sequel. Hewitt also provides a read-along audiobook version.
Hewitt started dating Scottish actor Ross McCall, who guest starred on Ghost Whisperer, in late 2005. They were on a Hawaiian vacation in November 2007 when they got engaged. After breaking up with him in late 2008, she began dating Ghost Whisperer co-star Jamie Kennedy in March 2009 and ended their relationship in March 2010. Hewitt started dating co-star of The Client List, Brian Hallisay, in March of 2012. Hewitt and Hallisay announced their engagement and upcoming birth of their first child in June 2013. They tied the knot later that year (2013), just before the November 26th birth of their daughter, Autumn James Hallisay. Hewitt left her series regular role on Criminal Minds after the couple announced they were expecting their second child in January 2015. The couple welcomed a son, Atticus James, on June 24, 2015.
Serial Criminals: Inside Their Minds
In Season 10, Hewitt plays the role of SSA Kate Callahan, a former FBI agent who works undercover.
- Starring as Robin (under the name Love Hewitt) on Kids Incorporated from 1989 to 1991.
- 1992 - Dance A Workout with Barbie - Herself (as Love Hewitt)
- Bernadette Moody starred on the tv show Shaky Ground from 1992 to 1993 for a total of seventeen episodes.
- 1993's Running Wilde was a flop, so we never saw the pilot.
- The Seven Lives of Franny Byrd (1994) on The Byrds of Paradise
- McKenna, Cassidy McKenna, 1994-1995 (3 episodes).
- Sarah Reeves Merrin, Party of Five (1995-2000, 99 episodes).
- Jennifer Love Fefferman appeared in an episode of Boy Meets World in 1998 called "And Then There Was Shawn."
- In 1998, she hosted her own episode of Saturday Night Live ("Jennifer Love Hewitt/Beastie Boys").
- Medusa (voice) from Hercules: The Animated Series (season 1, episode 1) in 1999.
- Sarah Reeves Merrin starred in the 1999–2000 series Time of Your Life (19 episodes).
- Audrey Hepburn: The Story of Audrey Hepburn (2000)
- Herself (voice) in the 2001 The Weekenders episode "My Punky Valentine."
- Madelaine (voice) - The Hunchback of Notre Dame 2 (2002, Disney)
- Herself and a musical guest in 2002's "Jeffrey Licon/Jennifer Love Hewitt" episode of "All That."
- In 2002, she voiced herself in an episode of Family Guy called "Stuck Together, Torn Apart."
- Nancy Sinatra appeared in two episodes of the 2004 series American Dreams.
- Author: Dr. Movie starring Liz Wilson
- 2004’s In the Game: Riley Reed, two pilot episodes (never aired series).
- 2004, "A Christmas Carol," Emily
- Katya Livingston's 2005 book, Confessions of a Sociopathic Social Climber, details her experiences as a person who uses manipulative strategies to rise in the
- Melinda Gordon starred on the CW's Ghost Whisperer from 2005-2010 (all 107 episodes).
- Garfield and Odie Have a Tail to Tell (2006): Dr. Elizabeth Wilson: The Film
- Mrs. C. Joy Beatty, Yes, Virginia! Voice Actress Laura O'Hanlon
- In 2009, Erica lent her voice to the film The Magic 7.
- Samantha "Sam" Horton/Brandy in 2010's The Client List
- For the 2010 episode "Behave" of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, starring Vicki Sayers.
- 2011: Susan Allison's The Lost Valentine.
- Love Bites, Season 1, Episode 1: "Herself" (2011)
- 3 episodes of Hot in Cleveland, 2011–2014, starring Emmy Chase.
- An episode of RuPaul's Drag Race in 2012 titled "DILFs: Dads I'd Like to Frock" featured her as a guest judge.
- Client List: Riley Parks, 2012–2013
- A recap of Kate Callahan's tenth season on Criminal Minds, which aired in 2014–2015.
- Time of Your Life (1999-2000)
- 2000: Co-executive producer, "The Audrey Hepburn Story"
- 2000 - Bunny
- Filmed in 2002, "One Night"
- If Only (2004)
- Produced (83 episodes) and executive produced (11) on Ghost Whisperer between 2005 and 2010.
- Producer on 2010's The Client List
- Producer of the 2011 film The Lost Valentine
- Executive Producer, 2012–2013, The Client List
- Two episodes of The Client List, Jar of Hearts and Before He Cheats (2012), were written without credit.
- "Alpha Males Experiment: It Hurts" (2009)
- Episodes 2 and 3 of the ghost-hunting series BareNaked (2006-2007)
- An Unblemished Home (Reprise) from A Christmas Carol the Musical (2004)
- Take My Heart Back (2004) - If Only Love Could Show Me Everything
- Watch the music video for "I Am So All Alone," "1-2-Cha-Cha-Cha," and "I Was All Alone," from the 2002 film "The Adventures of Tom Thumb and Thumbelina."
- Video from 2002's "The Hunchback of Notre Dame II" featuring the song "I'm Gonna Love You" (Madeleine's Love Song).
- Where Are You, Scooby-Doo? (Video) Scooby-Doo and the Alien Invaders: Theme
- I Still Know What You Did Last Summer / How Do I Deal/I Will Survive (1998)
- "Can't Hardly Wait" from "How Do I Make You" (1998)
- I Believe In/I Hope I Don't Fall In Love With You (1997) - Trojan War
- House Arrest (1996) - It's Good to Know That I'm Alive!
- Season 1 of The Client List (2012–2013) consists of 3 episodes.
- Three episodes of Ghost Whisperer from 2009-2010
- A single story from the 2012 show The Client List.
- Inventor of "In the Game" (2004)
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