Jennifer Robertson

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Jennifer Robertson
Jennifer Robertson.jpg
Robertson in 2016
Nationality Canadian
Other names Jenn Robertson
Occupation Actress, writer, sketch comedian
Years active 2005-present
Notable work Twitches, Knights of the South Bronx, Relative Chaos, Schitt's Creek

Jennifer Robertson (Jenn Robertson[1]) is a Canadian actress, best known for her role as Jocelyn Schitt in the CBC comedy, Schitt's Creek. In 2004 she was nominated for the Canadian Comedy Awards for her writing. Her father was Canadian satirical comedian Bob Robertson, one half of the comedy team Double Exposure with his wife (and Jennifer's step-mother) Linda Cullen.


In 2005, she debuted on U.S. television, appearing in the Disney Channel made-for-television movie Twitches. Robertson has since appeared in other American made-for-television movies including Knights of the South Bronx and Relative Chaos. She also co-starred as anchorwoman Jennifer Lange on the short-lived Fox News Channel satire show The 1/2 Hour News Hour.

Robertson has also guest starred on Hannah Montana as the annoyed stewardess. She also voiced Tricia in 6teen.

Robertson played Angela Montclaire on the Family Channel series Wingin' It.

Starting in 2010, she played Cece Goldsworthy on Degrassi: The Next Generation in the season 10 in the episode "Umbrella" as Eli Goldsworthy's mother.

In 2013 and 2014, she hosted Canada's Handyman Challenge.[1][2]

Beginning in 2015, Robertson is appearing as Jocelyn Schitt in the CBC situation comedy Schitt's Creek.


  1. ^ a b HGTV Canada "Jenn Robertson" Biography (accessed 2014-01-10)
  2. ^ Jennifer Robertson on IMDb (accessed 2014-01-14)

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