Jennifer Barlow - Biography

Owner of Night Sun Films and Rebel Girl Films, Jennifer Barlow is an award-winning writer/director/TV show creator who produces, develops and edits for various networks including CBS, NBC Sports, A&E, Nat Geo Wild, Tru TV, VH-1, MTV and Fox Reality. Hailing from San Francisco, Barlow's roots were in dance and theater. By the ripe age of eleven, she had booked her first professional play, toured internationally with San Francisco Ballet Celeste and guest-starred with the Bolshoi Ballet. Upon making the jump to Hollywood, Jennifer's acting career was mostly rooted in comedy, although she earned praise for her dramatic portrayal of "the other woman" in Garth Brook's award-winning music video, The Thunder Rolls. Barlow made her debut as a writer with "My Father's Vodka" an interactive multi-media comedy, loosely based on her own "bar dancing" experiences. My Fathers Vodka was presented at the Worlds famous Roxy Theater on Sunset Blvd. by movie/music mogul, Lou Adler (Rocky Horror Picture Show). Jennifer also wrote and performed sketch comedy with The Third Floor, Los Angeles and created Phat Chix, an all-girl sketch comedy show, backed by Ed Weinberger (Taxi) and performed at The HBO Showcase Theater. Jennifer continues to work both in front of and behind the camera. She is notably the first female to pilot the enterprise on a Star Trek series. Having survived her late husband, Lee Grodsky, she is also known as Jennifer Barlow Grodsky.