|Born||Jennifer Nicole Freeman
October 20, 1985
Los Angeles, California, USA
|Spouse(s)||Earl Watson (2009–2010)|
|Children||Isabella Amora Watson (born 2009)|
Jennifer Nicole Freeman (born October 20, 1985) is an American actress, often credited as Jennifer N. Freeman. She is best known for playing the role of Claire Kyle in the sitcom My Wife and Kids from Season 2 onward.
Freeman is best known for playing the role of Claire Kyle in the ABC sitcom My Wife and Kids. She has also made guest appearances on television (such as the shows 7th Heaven, Switched, One on One, and The OC). She is a spokesmodel for the Neutrogena skin care products company. Freeman's television credits include My Wife and Kids, 7th Heaven, All That, Lizzie McGuire, Disney's Even Stevens and Disney movie Surfers. Her movie credits include feature roles in Johnson Family Vacation, You Got Served and Mercy Street. She also appeared in the movies The Seventies and the independent film The Visit. Her stage credits include the Los Angeles-area productions of The Wiz, in which she played Dorothy, and Billa in The Gift.
Freeman appeared in the B2K videos Girlfriend and What A Girl Wants, playing lead singer Omarion's girlfriend, which led to the two dating from 2003 to 2005. She also played his love interest in the movie You Got Served.
|2000||The '70s||Ceta Kid #2||TV movie|
|2000||The Visit||Young Felicia|
|2004||You Got Served||Liyah|
|2004||Johnson Family Vacation||Jill|
|2013||Real Husbands of Hollywood||Herself|
|2000||7th Heaven||Joan||"Help!" (Season 5, episode 2)|
|2000||Even Stevens||Chloe||"After Hours" (Season 1, episode 13)|
|2001||Lizzie McGuire||Alix||"Pool Party" (Season 1, episode 4)|
|2001-2005||My Wife and Kids||Claire Marie Kyle||Season 2-5, 111 episodes|
|2005||The O.C.||Student||"The Shape of Things to Come" (Season 3, episode 2)|
|2006||One on One||Alicia||"Recipe for Disaster" (Season 5, episode 17)|
|2007||The 1/2 Hour News Hour||Episode #1.15|
|2013||Real Husbands of Hollywood||Episode #9|
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