Mollen in April 2005
|Born||Jenny Ann Mollen
May 30, 1979
Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Jason Biggs (m. 2008)|
Jenny Mollen (born May 30, 1979) is an American actress, and New York Times best selling author. Best known for her portrayal of Nina Ash on the television series Angel. She also writes a humorous column for The Smoking Jacket, a website affiliated with Playboy, as well as an advice column for the Playboy site.
Early life and education
Mollen was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, and has a sister and a brother. Her father is Jewish and she was raised culturally Jewish. She graduated from UCLA's School of Theater, Film, and Television. While there she broke into the film industry. Her father, osteopathic physician Dr. Art Mollen, has published five books on health topics and has appeared as a health expert on The Oprah Winfrey Show and other media outlets.
In 2005, Mollen announced in an interview about her plans to perform in London in a play she wrote about her dog.
She also made the USA Today list, publisher's weekly and others.
Mollen married actor Jason Biggs at City Hall in Los Angeles, California, on April 23. 2008, then had a second wedding ceremony in California's Napa Valley in mid-June. They had met while filming My Best Friend's Girl. In July 2013, Biggs and Mollen announced they were expecting their first child. Their son, Sid, was born on February 15, 2014. 
|2003||Billy Makes The Cut ||Ashley|
|2003||Searching for Haizmann ||Grace Robin|
|2004||The Raven ||Lenna||Short film|
|2005||Return of the Living Dead: Rave from the Grave||Jenny|
|2005||Fear Itself ||Wendy|
|2006||Ring Around the Rosie ||Wendy Baldwin||Video|
|2006||National Lampoon's Cattle Call||Marina Del|
|2008||My Best Friend's Girl||Colleen, the new girl|
|2008||Off the Ledge||Amber-Elizabeth|
|2011||Crazy, Stupid, Love||Lisa|
|2009-2009||The Law Can Be Inconvenient||Amber Holden|
|2000||18 Wheels of Justice ||Susan Curran||The Nashville Network|
|2001||Strong Medicine||Blonde (episode "Black 'n' Flu")|
|2003–2004||Angel||Nina Ash (episodes "Unleashed", 2003; "Smile Time", "Power Play", 2004)|
|2006||Medium||Lydia Kyne (episode "Method to His Madness")|
|2007||Viva Laughlin (2007)||Geneva's sister||Unaired episodes|
|2011||CSI: NY||Det. Angela Sayer|
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- Parker, Heidi (18 February 2014). "Woah, baby! Jason Biggs shares video from INSIDE labour ward as wife gives birth to boy Sid". DailyMail. Retrieved 19 February 2014.
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