Actress and host Jennifer Field was born and raised in San Jose, California, the capital of Silicon Valley. A graduate of Santa Clara University, she earned a B.A. in Theatre Arts. Jennifer also studied philosophy while at SCU, particularly fascinated by metaphysics and epistemology. She holds the title of Miss Asian America 2006-2007, and is proudly half Korean, half English-Irish-German.
Making her way down to Los Angeles with no savings but a hookup to work at a nightclub, Jennifer steadily began working in commercials, television, and film. She was a series regular in BYUTv's television pilot Web of Spies, the spinoff of Netflix's Granite Flats starring Christopher Lloyd, Parker Posey, and Cary Elwes. Other recent credits include 9-1-1 (FOX), For The People (ABC), and Chance (Hulu). Next up, she recurs in FX's The Old Man starring Jeff Bridges and John Lithgow. Jennifer was also memorably a part of the original cast of the first Asian American reality show in history, "K-Town." In her blossoming career, she has already worked opposite Hugh Laurie, Don Cheadle, Billy Baldwin, and, fulfilling many an 80's kid's wildest dreams, with the aforementioned Mr. Lloyd.
For leisure, she enjoys reading, snowboarding, and spending time with her friends and family. An avid hiker, she has visited nearly every National Park in the western United States. Yet her most proud achievement of all, is motherhood and raising her 7 year old son, Abraham De Los Santos.