Jessica Claire Biel began her career as an actress at the age of nine when she appeared in various theater productions. In 1996, she landed her first television role in the series "7th Heaven", in which she played the role of Mary Camden. The series was a great success and brought her international recognition.
In 2012, she married singer Justin Timberlake. The couple have two kids together.
In addition to her acting career, Biel is also committed to charitable causes. She is an ambassador for the "Make the Difference Network" organization, which campaigns for education and healthcare for children.
Her breakthrough came in 2003 with her role as Erin Hardesty in the horror film "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre". With her impressive acting performance and natural charm, she took viewers' hearts by storm.
From then on, she proved her versatility in various genres, from romantic comedies such as "Elizabethtown" to action films like "Blade: Trinity". Her ability to empathize with every role and fill it with life made her a sought-after actress in Hollywood.
In 2012, Biel founded her own production company called Iron Ocean Productions. With her company, she produced the television series "The Sinner", in which she also played the leading role. The series was a huge success and earned her an Emmy nomination.
6 awards & 31 nominations
Her hard work and talent have been recognized with numerous awards. In 2005, Biel received the Young Artist Award for Best Young Leading Actress for her role in "The Rules of Attraction". A year later, she was nominated for the Saturn Award for her performance in "The Illusionist".
However, the highlight of her career came in 2018, when she was awarded the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her role in the series "The Sinner".
We have listed some of her best and most famous films and series here:
2022: Candy (miniseries, 5 episodes)
2016: The Book of Love
2015: Accidental Love
2012: Total Recall
2010: Valentine's Day
2009: Powder Blue
2006: The Illusionist
2003: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
2001: Summer Catch
1996-2006: 7th Heaven (television series, 139 episodes)
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