Jennifer Grey is a seasoned American film and TV actress. She started her acting career in the early 80s with ‘Reckless’ and ‘Red Dawn.’ From there, she went on to craft a successful career in film and television with roles in series, such as ‘ABC Afterschool Special,’ and ‘The Equalizer.’ Her early projects consisted mostly of smaller roles, but slowly, as her reputation as an actor increased, she appeared in some important roles. Her big career breakthrough came with the film ‘Ferry Bueller’s Day Off,’ which was a massive commercial and critical success. The film ‘Dirty Dancing’ in the late 80s got her a nomination for a Golden Globe award for Best Supporting Actress.
Jennifer Grey then starred in some notable films, such as ‘Bloodhounds of Broadway,’ ‘Keith,’ ‘In Your Eyes,’ and ‘Red Oaks.’ However, her television appearances got her widespread recognition, and her roles in the series, such as ‘John From Cincinnati,’ and ‘House’ are considered her best roles. Apart from that, she has also starred in many TV movies, such as ‘If the Shoe Fits,’ ‘Murder in Mississippi,’ ‘A Case for Murder,’ and ‘Outrage.’
Her career failures include films, such as ‘The West Side Waltz,’ ‘Kandahar,’ and ‘American Flyers.’