Draper as The Valley Girl
|Born||Jessica Cook Draper
January 5, 1986
|Occupation||Actress, talk show host|
|Years active||1993, 2005–present|
|Notable work(s)||The Naked Brothers Band, The Valley Girl Show|
|Parents||Timothy C. Draper and Melissa Draper|
|Web hosting service(s)||YouTube, KRON-TV|
|Signature phrase||"I'm like the Valley Girl"|
Jessica Cook Draper (born January 5, 1986) is an American actress. She first became renowned as a co-star on the Nickelodeon series The Naked Brothers Band, which starred her cousins Nat Wolff and Alex Wolff and was created by her aunt Polly Draper. She created a web show called The Valley Girl Show and is its host, writer and producer.
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Jesse Draper is a multimedia talent. She began her career as an actress on the hit Nickelodeon series "The Naked Brother's Band", a family show created by her aunt Polly Draper that she starred in with her cousins Nat and Alex Wolff. She quickly became known as Jesse, the hot nanny.
Draper's career progressed with small movie roles in "The Mighty Macs" starring Carla Gugino and "Ticket Out" starring Ray Liotta. When she was knee deep in the Hollywood scene, she decided to create her own show using the internet as a medium.
Draper grew up in Silicon Valley in the midst of the dot com boom. Having a father (well known venture capitalist Tim Draper) in business, she created a talk show celebrating the 'movers and the shakers' of the business world.
Labelled as "must see startup TV" by USA today, "The Valley Girl Show" took off on Valleygirl.com and she has since interviewed such guest as Ted Turner, MC Hammer, Eric Schmidt, Sheryl Sandberg, Jessica Alba, Steve Wozniak and Elon Musk: A fun interview by 'the Valley Girl' has become a coveted moment in a CEO's career.
Draper claims to be 'the Ellen DeGeneres of business'. Valley Girl, Inc. is now a multi-platform media company that runs a series of blogs, "The Valley Girl Show" and Draper is a discoverer helping pave the way in the new world of digital media. .
|1993||Broken Promises: Taking Emily Back||Homeless Girl||uncredited|
|2006||The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie||Herself|
|American Dreams||Bandstand Girl||1 episode|
|2007–2009||The Naked Brothers Band||Herself||40 episodes|
|2009||Ticket Out||Bank Telle||post-production|
|2010||The Mighty Macs||Mrs.Ballard||completed|