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Jennifer Cooke is a Actor American born on 19 september 1964 at New York City (USA)

Jennifer Cooke

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Nationality USA
Birth 19 september 1964 (55 years) at New York City (USA)

Jennifer Cooke (born September 19, 1964) is an American actress.

She is perhaps best known for her role as the "Star Child", Elizabeth, who is half Human/half Visitor in the 1984 television series V. She also starred in the soap opera Guiding Light as Morgan Richards Nelson from 1981–83. Cooke played "Debbie" on the critically acclaimed NBC series A Year in The Life. Her only well-known film role is in the 1986 horror film Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives as Megan. Cooke's only guest appearance on TV is on the HBO series The Hitchhiker.

After appearing in Friday the 13th Part VI, Cooke retired from acting, but is active in the Urantia Brotherhood/Fellowship. She has been married to Celestial Seasonings co-founder Mo Siegel since 1989. She briefly returned to the public eye in 2013 when she was interviewed for Crystal Lake Memories, a retrospective documentary about the Friday the 13th film series, in which she recalled her role in Part VI.


En 1984, elle joue le rôle de l'enfant stellaire Elizabeth, qui est à moitié humaine et lézard. Elle joue ensuite dans le soap opera Haine et Passion dans le rôle de Morgan Richards Nelson de 1981-1983. Ensuite "Debbie" dans la série de NBC "A Year in The Life". En 1986 elle apparaît dans le film Vendredi 13, chapitre 6 : Jason le mort-vivant dans le rôle de Megan.

Cooke se retire du monde de la comédie en 1989.

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Filmography of Jennifer Cooke (4 films)

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Out in Fifty
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller
Actors Mickey Rourke, Ed Lauter, Christina Applegate, Balthazar Getty, Peter Greene, Alexis Arquette
Roles Vicki Bracken
Rating38% 1.932041.932041.932041.932041.93204
Mississippi boy Ray Frye (Scott Leet) accidentally killed a perverted woman from L.A. during making love. Now her vengeful husband, an addict cop no less (Mickey Rourke), is waiting to strike when Frye gets out of prison. But Frye goes out of the Frye pen and into the fire when, on parole, he boards with the scheming little family of a chintzy car-wash entrepreneur. There's also a poison-dart serial killer on the loose who may or may not be relevant.
Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood, 1h30
Directed by John Carl Buechler
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Horror, Slasher
Themes Transport films, Serial killer films, Road movies
Actors Lar Park-Lincoln, Kevin Spirtas, Susan Jennifer Sullivan, Susan Blu, Terry Kiser, Kane Hodder
Roles Megan Garris (flashback)
Rating53% 2.6502852.6502852.6502852.6502852.650285
Months after the conclusion of the previous film, 7-year old Tina Shepard hears her alcoholic father physically abusing her mother. The emotional trauma unlocks Tina's previously latent telekinetic powers, which result in her father's death at the bottom of Crystal Lake.
Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives, 1h28
Directed by Tom McLoughlin
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Horror, Slasher
Themes Transport films, Serial killer films, Zombie films, Road movies
Actors Thom Mathews, Tony Goldwyn, Jennifer Cooke, David Kagen, Renée Jones, Kerry Noonan
Roles Megan Garris
Rating60% 3.0000553.0000553.0000553.0000553.000055
Years have passed since Crystal Lake had been renamed to Forest Green, but Tommy Jarvis, still suffering from hallucinations, returns with Allen, a friend from the hospital in Part V, hoping to cremate Jason's body and stop his hallucinations. At the cemetery, they dig up Jason's corpse, but seeing it causes Tommy to snap, and he stabs Jason's body with a metal fence post. As he turns his back on Jason, two lightning bolts strike the post and revive the now-undead killer. Tommy tries to light the gasoline in which he has soaked Jason, but a sudden downpour prevents it. When Hawes tries to attack Jason with a shovel, his heart is punched out. Tommy runs and makes his way to the sheriff's office, where his panic and attempt to grab weapons gets him put into a jail cell. His pleas that Jason has returned goes unheeded by Sheriff Garris. On the road, two young adults, Darren and Lizbeth get lost looking for the camp and run into Jason, they fail to frighten Jason off the road and he impales them both with the metal rod that resurrected him. The next morning, Garris' daughter Megan and her friends Sissy, Cort and Lizbeth's sister Paula ask him to search for Darren and Lizbeth. Tommy warns them about Jason, but as he is now considered an urban legend they ignore the warnings, though Megan finds herself attracted to him.
Gimme an 'F', 1h30
Origin USA
Genres Comedy
Themes Dance films, Sports films
Actors Stephen Shellen, Daphne Ashbrook, Jennifer Cooke, Lisa Wilcox
Roles Pam Bethlehem
Rating43% 2.180292.180292.180292.180292.18029
The plot centers on a competition between high-school cheerleading squads - and one squad in particular, the Moline Ducks, is poor. The competition takes place at a camp run by middle-aged Bucky Berkshire aka Dr. Spirit (John Karlen), who this year decides to place a bet with his best instructor Tom Hamilton (Stephen Shellen) that he cannot make the woeful Ducks into a team that can beat the top-rated Falcons. If Berkshire loses, he pays up $10,000, and if Hamilton loses, he has to work another five years at the camp. Bucky Berkshire actually cannot stand Hamilton's antics, or his sexual but successful way of motivating the cheerleaders. However, a visiting group of wealthy Japanese businessmen will not finance Bucky's latest business plan without Hamilton on board to teach the cheerleaders. Thus, there is an ulterior motive behind Bucky's wager. As the teams get ready for their rounds of competition, several dance sequences, various teen pranks, and the usual sexual situations common in teen comedies weave their way through the storyline.