April 21, 1974
New York City, New York, U.S.
Blanc was in a relationship with actor/director Michael Biehn as of the middle of May of 2017; the two were joint partners in "The Blanc/Biehn Production Company" as of the same approximate time. She co-produced and starred alongside him in The Victim. She also co-starred in Good Family Times, a supernatural thriller film, which was also produced by Blanc/Biehn Productions.
- Old Enough (1984)
- Married... with Children as Margie (1 episode, 1991)
- Saved by the Bell (TV series) (1993) as Melissa (1 episode)
- The Mommies as Tiffany (1993–94) (TV series)
- The Crow (1994) (voice)
- Cool and the Crazy (1994) (TV)
- Party of Five as Kate Bishop (1994–95) (TV series)
- The Brady Bunch Movie (1995)
- Balto (1995) (voice) (uncredited)
- Friends 'Til the End as Zanne Armstrong (Suzanne Boxer) (1997)
- The Ride (1997) as Linnette Stillwell
- Dark Angel as Kendra Maibaum (2000–01)
- The Blood Bond (2010)
- The Victim (2011)
- Nuclear Family (2012) as Jen (web series)
- Wrong Cops (2013)
- Everly (2014)
- Havenhurst (2016)
- "Jennifer Blanc Biography (1974-)". Filmreference.com. Retrieved 2012-05-31.
- Whtiney, Serena (July 24, 2012). "Fantasia 2012: Michael Biehn and Jennifer Blanc-Biehn Talk The Victim and More!". Dread Central.
- "Fantasia 2012: Michael Biehn and Jennifer Blanc say waddup in this photoshoot!" Arrow in the Head. July 31, 2012.
- "First Details on Supernatural Psychological Thriller Good Family Times". Dread Central.
- It was not known, as of the middle of May of 2017, whether Blanc did her own singing in this made-for-television film.
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