Jennifer Sky – Biography, Height & Life Story

Nickname Jennifer
Full Name Jennifer Sky
Profession Actress
Nationality American
Birthplace Jensen Beach, Florida, United States
Religion Christianity
Zodiac Sign Libra

Jennifer Sky is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Sarah Webber in the 1963  soap opera General Hospital (1997–1998). She acted as Cleopatra, the title character in the science-fiction series Cleopatra 2525 (2000).


Jennifer Sky grew up in Jensen Beach, Florida. At 15, she received an offer for two months of summer modeling in Japan. She left for New York City at 17 to study acting under the guidance of several acclaimed acting coaches and became well-versed in the Meisner technique.
Sky has a sister named Katie. In 2013, the New York Times published an op-ed from Sky, entitled My Life as a Warrior Princess. She wrote about the terrible working conditions she experienced as a teenage fashion model. She expressed how inspirational she found her work on the show Xena: Warrior Princess (1995).
Sky has appeared as a regular cast member on such TV shows as Fastlane (2002), and CSI: Miami (2002), and in guest roles on Charmed (1998-2006) and Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997).
The Maxim Hot 100 Women of 2003 ranked Jennifer number 90. She has written for The Stuart News and appeared in the point of view section. According to her October 2010 column in the paper, she has suffered from severe health issues and now lives and studies in New York City.
Jennifer Sky’s other television credits include SeaQuest DSV (1994), Our Son, the Matchmaker (1996), Pacific Blue (1997), Boomtown (2002), and Columbo (2003).
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Jennifer Sky Career

Profession: Actress

Debut: Film Debut: Trigger Happy
TV Show: SeaQuest DSV

Net Worth: USD $2.5 Million approx

Family & Relatives

Katie Wacha

Marital Status: Married
Alex Band (m. 2004–2009)

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Hobbies: Traveling, Singing
Favorite Color: Blue, Black

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