Jenna Harrison is a British actress, working in film, television and theatre. Jenna got her start as an actor in her final year of high school when, on a suggestion by Adrian Rawlins to audition, she tried out for and landed the leading role of Jessica in the critically-acclaimed independent film My Brother Tom (2001) co-starring Ben Whishaw.

Jenna is a method actor, fearless in her work and known for her range and diversity. Over her fifteen-year career, Jenna has played opposite Sam Neill in NBC’s Submerged, and with Woody Harrelson in Night of the Iguana at the West End’s Lyric Theatre in London.

Jenna has performed in many genres – from comedy to serious drama, and has played leading roles in projects made by British and International television companies from the BBC to CBS, and has starred in independent feature films in the UK and the USA.

Jenna’s most recent roles are in the psychological drama Servants’ Quarters, and the lighthearted Brit-Flick Access All Areas. Both films are slated for release in 2017.