Renee Humphrey

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Renee Humphrey
Born Renee K. Humphrey
(1975-01-27) January 27, 1975 (age 42)
San Mateo, California, United States
Occupation Actress
Years active 1992–present

Renee Humphrey (born January 27, 1975) is an American actress who has appeared in both film and television.

Career[edit]

Humphrey, born in San Mateo, California, but grew up in the Marinwood area of Marin County, worked extensively as an actress in film and television from 1991 through 2000. Her performance as Hillary in the indie film Fun landed her the Outstanding Performance Award at the 1994 Sundance Film Festival. She is known to Kevin Smith fans as Trisha "Trish the Dish" Jones in Mallrats (1995) and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001). In 2005, Titan Motion Picture Group was established and she and her Titan MPG producing partners made the film Family. (U.S. broadcast rights were purchased by Lifetime Movie Network.)

Personal life[edit]

Humprey has been dating fellow View Askewniverse actor Trevor Fehrman since 2006.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1993 Jailbait Kyle Bradley Video
1994 Fun Hillary
1994 Privilege Cage, TheThe Privilege Cage Anna Short film
1995 Cure, TheThe Cure Angle
1995 French Kiss Lilly
1995 Devil in a Blue Dress Barbara
1995 Mallrats Tricia Jones
1996 Cadillac Ranch Mary Katherine Crowley
1996 Drawing Flies Meg
1997 Lover Girl Annie / 'Teddy'
1999 Sex Monster, TheThe Sex Monster Didi
2000 Chicks, Man Stephanie
2000 Urban Mythology Laura Saunders
2001 Hard Luck Sheryl Billings
2001 Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back Tricia Jones
2001 Perfect Fit Amanda
2005 Conflict Samantha Short film
2006 Family Jean
2016 MallBrats Trisha Jones Pre-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1992 Tequila and Bonetti Runaway / Beach Girl "Teach Your Children"
1992-1993 Reasonable Doubts Martha Novak "Home Is Where the Heart Is", "Run Through the Jungle"
1993 Wonder Years, TheThe Wonder Years Hayley Green "Nose"
1993 CBS Schoolbreak Special Erin Chapman "Big Boys Don't Cry"
1993 Empty Nest Keree "Aunt Verne Knows Best"
1993 In the Heat of the Night Cassie Green "A Baby Called Rocket"
1993 Commish, TheThe Commish Caroline Wallace "Mansion"
1995 Fighting for My Daughter Jessie TV film
1999 Providence Dana Maguire "All Good Dogs Go to Heaven"
1999 Diagnosis: Murder Holly Harris "Murder at Midterm"

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