Jessica Clark (actress)

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Jessica Clark
Born 21 April 1985
United Kingdom
Ethnicity English, Irish, Indian, Nigerian
Spouse(s) Lacey Stone (m. 2010–12)
Website
www.officialjessicaclark.com

Jessica Clark is a British actress of English, Irish, Indian, and Nigerian descent.[1] Jessica grew up in London. At 16, she won a national modeling competition, and signed with Models 1. Choosing initially to combine modeling with her studies, Clark attended the London School of Economics as a law undergraduate with the intention of pursuing a law career.[2]

However the success of her modeling career led her to leave the program after 18 months and move first to Paris and then a year later to New York.[3] Jessica has worked with such notable clients as Hermes, Redken, and L’Oreal. She has also appeared in magazines such as Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire and Jalouse. She walks the runway for designers such as Hermes, Bottega Venetta and Matthew Williamson.[2]

While living in NYC Jessica had trained as an actress and in 2011 relocated to LA where she has had success in TV and Independent film. Jessica is signed with Marilyn NY Agency and continues to model, most recently shooting the cover story of Vogue India.[3]

She had a central role in feature film A Perfect Ending, a 2012 lesbian film directed by Nicole Conn. She plays the fictional vampire goddess Lilith in True Blood. She appeared on the cover of the October 2012 issue of Vogue India.[4]

Clark is openly lesbian.[1] She is known as one of the hosts of the Vlog Lesbian love, at afterellen.com. She married Lacey Stone in 2010 and the couple divorced in 2012.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2012 A Perfect Ending Paris
True Blood (TV series) Lilith
Chemistry (TV series) Chantal
State of Georgia (TV series) Natalia
2010 Sara (short) Lexus
2004 MTV of "Burn" by Usher Female Lead

Awards[edit]

Jessica is the recipient of a New Now Next Award (2009) in the category "Cause You're Hot".[2][6]

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