Jennifer Love Hewitt (born 21.2.1979) Jennifer Love Hewitt is an American actress, as well as a singer and songwriter.
Childhood: Jennifer Love Hewitt was born to Patricia Mae and Herbert Daniel Hewitt in Waco, Texas and was raised in the Nolanville area after her parents divorced. Jennifer and her elder brother Todd were raised by their mother.
When she was just three years old, Jennifer sang 'The Greatest Love Of All' at a livestock show and a year later, she performed a cover of 'Help Me Make It through The Night' at a restaurant.
At five years old, she was learning tap dance and ballet and by the age of nine, she was a member of the Texas Show Team. Among her friends at school was Jonathan Neville, who later became the talent scout that recommended her for her role in the TV series Party of Five.
Acting Career: Jennifer Love Hewitt's big break came when she landed a role as a child actor on the Disney Channel's Kids Incorporated show. She also danced and sang in a video entitled Dance! Workout With Barbie, which was released by Buena Vista.
After taking a number of roles in TV series such as Shaky Ground, The Byrds of Paradise and McKenna In the early 1990s, Hewitt then crossed over into the mainstream with her role in the Fox TV series Party of Five. The show also starred Neve Campbell, Matthew Fox and Lacey Chabert. When Party of Five finished, she also appeared in the spin-off Time of Your Life. Hewitt worked a co-producer on the show, but it was cancelled after just half a season.
Jennifer Love Hewitt's feature film debut came in 1992 when she appeared in Munchie, an independent film. She then landed the lead role in the popular horror movie I Know What You Did Last Summer in 1997. The film also starred Sarah Michelle Gellar, Ryan Phillippe and Freddie Prinze Jr. She then went on to appear in the sequel, entitled I Still Know What You Did Last Summer in 1998, which fared less well than its predecessor.
She also appeared in Can't Hardly Wait in 1998, a teen comedy that also starred Seth Green.
In 2000, Jennifer Love Hewitt played Audrey Hepburn in the biopic, The Audrey Hepburn Story and the following year, she starred opposite Sigourney Weaver in Heartbreakers, a romantic comedy that also starred Ray Liotta and Gene Hackman. In 2001, she also featured in a music video for Enrique Inglesias' pop hit 'Hero'.
Since 2005, Jennifer Love Hewitt has starred as Melinda Gordon, the lead character in the TV series Ghost Whisperer. The series boasts an average viewer figure of around 9 million per episode.
Music Career: Jennifer Love Hewitt's first album was released when she was just 12 years old. Entitled Love Songs, the album was only released in Japan, where it became very popular.
Upon joining the cast of Party of Five, Atlantic Records signed a recording contract with Hewitt and released her second album Let's Go Bang in October 1995. When the material for the next album failed to make an impact on the record-buying public, Atlantic released Hewitt from the contract, putting a brief halt on her musical career.
In 1999, Hewitt performed the song 'How Do I Deal' for the soundtrack to I Know What You Did Last Summer and the song became the best-selling single of her career.
In 2002, Jennifer Love Hewitt signed to Jive Records (home to Britney Spears) and worked with the songwriter Meredith Brooks. The lead single from the album, 'BareNaked' was a hit single in the US, Australia and the Netherlands, though its follow-up, 'Can I Go Now' fared less well.
Personal Life: Jennifer Love Hewitt has, in the past, been romantically linked with a number of high profile showbusiness professionals, including John Mayer, Carson Daly, Joey Lawrence and Will Friedle, as well as the actor Enrique Inglesias.
Jennifer was briefly engaged to the Scottish actor Ross McCall, when he worked on Ghost Whisperer but the pair split in January 2009.
In March 2009, it was announced - on Ryan Seacrest's radio show - that Hewitt was dating the comedian Jamie Kennedy.
The 35-year-old actress is fourth months pregnant with her and hubby Brian Hallisay's second child.
Earlier this month news broke that Jennifer Love Hewitt and her husband Brian Hallisay are expecting their second child together, and although the 35-year-old actress' due date is not yet known, she is really excited about welcoming her second child into the world.
Hewitt is pregnanct with her and hubby Brian Hallisay's second child
Hewitt, who shares a 13 month-old daughter, Autumn James, with Hallisay, is luckily having a trouble-free pregnancy so far, much like her experience the first time she was carrying a baby.
Continue reading: Jennifer Love Hewitt Is "Thrilled" About Her Second Pregnancy
The 35-year-old actress is pregnant with her second child just over a year since giving birth to her firstborn.
Jennifer Love Hewitt is pregnant again! After giving birth just over one year ago in November 2013 to her first child, the 35-year-old actress and her husband Brian Hallisay are expecting their second child together.
Love Hewitt is pregnant for a second time
News of Hewitt's second pregnancy first broke when her rep told Us Weekly, "Jennifer and Brian are thrilled to be expecting their second child later this year."
Sony is rebooting 'I Know What You Did Last Summer', which could prove to be a shrewd and lucrative decision.
17 years after the original, Sony Pictures is rebooting the horror flick I Know What You Did Last Summer. The movie was a major hit for the studio and grossed $125 million, whilst the sequel, I Still Know What You Did Last Summer, took $84 million on a budget of $24 million.
Jennifer Love Hewitt starred in the original 'I Know What You Did Last Summer' movies
The new movie is written by Oculus co-writer/director Mike Flanagan and Jeff Howard though it will again be adapted from Lois Duncan's 1973 book. Neal Moritz will return to produce.
Continue reading: Does Anybody Want A Remake Of 'I Know What You Did Last Summer'?
The "Ghost Whisperer" actress will play a veteran FBI inspector in the long-running CBS crime show.
Jennifer Love Hewitt has found a new outlet for her talents with her series regular role on Criminal Minds. Hewitt will play Kate Callaghan, a veteran undercover investigator, who transfers to the Behavior Analysis Unit from her position in the FBI. Her character will be introduced in the show’s tenth season premiere, coming to CBS this autumn.
Jennifer Love Hewitt will make her return to television with a lad role on Criminal Minds.
The crime show’s executive producerand head writer welcomed JLH in a statement, quoted here via Variety: “We’re thrilled to introduce a new special agent by adding the very talented Jennifer Love Hewitt to our amazing cast. Many of us on the show have enjoyed working with her over the years and look forward to again. We have exciting storylines planned for her character and the entire BAU team as we head into our 10th season.”
The 35 year-old actress will a former undercover FBI agent, who is hired to work with the Behavioral Analysis Unit, for the CBS show's 10th season.
Jennifer Love Hewitt is coming after TV criminals.
The 35 year-old actress has joined the cast of CBS's 'Criminal Minds' in a regular role for the upcoming 10th season, the network announced on Tuesday (July 1st).
Hewitt will star as Kate Callahan, a former undercover FBI agent who is hired to work in a coveted position with the Behavioral Analysis Unit due to her exceptional skills.
Continue reading: Jennifer Love-Hewitt Becomes Regular Cast Member On 'Criminal Minds'
After months of anticipation, the star has revealed the birth of her new daughter.
Congratulations to Jennifer Love Hewitt, who is not only a new mum, but also married to her The Client List co-star Brian Hallisay. The couple confirmed the happy news to Us Weekly via their rep. The little lady (that’s right, it’s a girl!) came into the world on Tuesday, November 26 and the happy couple named her Autumn James Hallisay – we’d say that’s pretty mild on the spectrum of out-there celebrity baby names.
Hewitt remained relaxed and positive throughout her pregnancy.
"Jennifer Love Hewitt and her husband Brian Hallisay are thrilled to announce the birth of their daughter," the rep says. "Autumn James Hallisay was born on November 26."
Jen revealed that she had given birth to Autumn James and that she was married to Brian Hallisay in one go
Jennifer Love Hewitt is a mother for the second time, welcoming her daughter Autumn James into the world on Tuesday, 26 November. Not only has Jen been kept busy with her pregnancy, but with her other half Brian Hallisay has given her plenty to do over the past few weeks too, namely, putting a ring on her finger and making it official.
Hallisay and Hewitt wedded in private recently
In June this year, Love Hewitt revealed that she and Hallisay are expecting their first child together, revealing that her The Client List co-star had also gotten on one knee and proposed to her too. Continuing the trend of revealing big news in pairs, both neglected to tell anyone about their clandestine marriage until now, along with the news of Autumn James' arrival. Congratulations to the both of them, for, well everything really!
Jennifer Love Hewitt has double joy as she gives birth to a baby daughter and marries her longtime boyfriend, Brian Hallisay.
Jennifer Love Hewitt had a very eventful day on Tuesday (Nov 26th).
The 34 gave birth to her first child and also announced she recently tied the knot with the baby's daddy, Brian Hallisay.
Us Weekly reports, the couple welcomed a beautiful baby daughter called Autumn James Hallisay, following their very private marriage ceremony.
'The Client List' is cancelled by Lifetime after two series due to Jennifer Love Hewitt's backstage drama about her pregnancy.
'The Client List' has aired on the Lifetime network for two seasons, since April 2012.
Lifetime announced on Friday (Nov 1st) that the show is officially cancelled due to ratings decreasing during the second season.
The show follows a single mother called 'Riley Parks' (Hewitt), who is left in financial ruin by her run away husband. Parks begins work at a local spar and quickly realises to earn more money she will need to give her customers 'extras'.
The Jennifer Love-Hewitt-starring series will not be returning for a third outing
The Jennifer Love-Hewitt drama The Client List has been axed by Lifetime after just two series, with the network deciding to wrap the show after lengthy talks with the star and executive producer Love-Hewitt. After finishing its second season in June this year, Sony Pictures TV and Love-Hewitt have been in negations over the series' future, but as the Hollywood Reporter confirmed this week, neither could come to an agreement that would secure its future.
Co-stars Hewitt and Hallisay met on set
The show, which followed single mother Riley Parks (Hewitt) as she attempted to balance her personal life with her unorthodox professional life as as a massage therapist, looked on course to return for another season at least, however the talks between its star/executive producer and the network executives failed to result in a solution to suit both parties. As stated by THR, Hewitt wanted a change in direction for the show, one that saw her fiancée and co-star Brian Hallisay be given a larger role in the show, however the Sony bosses did not share this creative view.
Continue reading: 'The Client List' Cancelled By Lifetime After Two Seasons
Jennifer Love-Hewitt - A pregnant Jennifer Love-Hewitt leaves a restaurant and returns to her car after having lunch in Studio City - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 13th September 2013
Jennifer Love Hewitt and Brian Hallisay - Jennifer Love Hewitt and co-stars, Brian Hallisay and Rebecca Fields, seen filming a baseball scene for 'The Client List' - Los Angeles, California, United States - Monday 18th March 2013
Date of birth
21st February, 1979
Some movies don't require a review. Watch a commercial for Garfield: A Tail of Two...
Ever since Scream came out in 1996, the teen horror movies have been revived....
The problem with a movie like Heartbreakers is that as hard as you try to...
As a youngster, I never missed an episode of Inspector Gadget. The loveable, wannabe...
The "Garfield" comic strip hasn't been funny in at least 15 years, but Bill Murray...