JENNIFER DAMIANO received a Tony Award nomination at age 17 for creating the role of “Natalie” in the critically acclaimed, Pulitzer Prize winning Broadway production, Next To Normal. She then went on to originate the role of “Mary Jane Watson” in Broadway’s Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark working alongside Julie Taymor and Bono and The Edge of the legendary rock band, U2. Jenn later originated the role of Jean in Broadway’s American Psycho, directed by Rupert Goold, with music by Duncan Sheik. At age 15, she had made her Broadway debut in another one of Duncan Sheik’s musicals, Spring Awakening, and was the youngest member of the original cast. She can be seen in indie features American Dresser, Emily & Tim, B-Side, and LA Outfest winner, 4th Man Out. At 25 years old, Jennifer created a solo cabaret show of her own which debuted in New York City at Feinstien's 54 Below in July of 2016, and later at Joe's Pub at the Public Theater. Jenn was most recently seen in The New Group’s off-Broadway production of Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice. She will also be starring in The New Group’s next production, Black No More, by Oscar winner John Ridley and Tarik Trotter aka Black Thought of The Roots coming in 2021.