Stephanie Jacobsen joins ‘NCIS’… as a love interest for DiNozzo?
Written by Jess on August 21, 2014 • Leave a message? / No Comments

I for one am very excited for Stephanie, NCIS is one of my favorite shows & Michael Weatherly (Tony DiNozzo) is a favorite of mine :)

Stephanie Jacobsen has landed a potentially recurring role on NCIS, EW has learned exclusively.

The Revenge and Melrose Place alum will play FBI Special Agent Leia Pendergast, who is partnered with Agent DiNozzo for a case involving an international terrorist threat targeting Navy researchers.

Could she be a new love interest for DiNozzo? The description of her character seems to imply as much: “Armed but feminine, sexy and single, cool and confident. A former U.S. Marshal-turned FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force leader, she is flirtatious and adventurous with a sense of humor. Leia is a straight shooter, brash when she needs to be. She isn’t afraid to knock down doors or egos.”

NCIS returns Sept. 23 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS. Jacobsen will first appear in an episode slated for October.

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Happy Birthday Stephanie!
Written by Jess on June 22, 2014 • Leave a message? / No Comments

Today is our lovely Stephanie’s birthday!  Go wish her Happy Birthday at her twitter: @sjacobsen22


Revenge & Star-Crossed Episode Screen Captures
Written by Jess on May 11, 2014 • Leave a message? / No Comments

So far only captures of Stephanie’s 1st appearances on both shows has been added so far.  Please keep checking back.


The CW Cancels The Carrie Diaries, The Tomorrow People and Star-Crossed
Written by Jess on May 10, 2014 • Leave a message? / No Comments

The CW has revealed its schedule for the 2014-2015 season — which will see the addition of two DC Comics-based shows, The Flash and iZombie — but will not include its now cancelled series, The Carrie Diaries, The Tomorrow People and Star-Crossed.

The Carrie Diaries will end after a two-season stint. While the Sex and the City prequel had a strong initial fan base, it was not large enough to merit its Monday night time-slot, prompting its move to Fridays. Star Amy B. Harris, among her other co-stars, already has new projects on the horizon, and the series’ showrunner will join the writing team of HBO’s revived version of The Comeback.

Despite its Arrow lead-in for its first few months, The Tomorrow People couldn’t manage to garner enough of an audience to merit renewal, especially after The 100 — which has been renewed — did better in the same timeslot. Executive producers Julie Plec (The Vampire Diaries, The Originals) and Greg Berlanti (Arrow, The Flash) will continue to work on their other series for the network. The lowest-rated among the bunch, the sci-fi/romance Star-Crossed, struggled opposite ratings powerhouses The Voice and Dancing with the Stars.

Besides The 100, the CW also renewed Hart of Dixie and Beauty and the Beast. Beauty and the Beast is a surprise to many, given it had a particularly small audience over its two seasons and seemed destined for cancellation when the decision was made to run the final episodes of Season 2 over the summer. However, the show is produced by CBS (the CW is owned by CBS and Warner Bros.) and is said to do well internationally, giving incentive for CBS to want to keep it alive, as the only other CBS-produced show on CW currently, Star-Crossed, was cancelled.

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Morning Show on 7 Interview, Australian Press & Gallery Issues
Written by Jess on April 18, 2014 • Leave a message? / No Comments

Stephanie recently did a interview promoting ‘Revenge’ on the Morning Show on7, an Australian talk show.

And here are links to some printed press for ‘Revenge’ that Stephanie provided via her twitter.

https://twitter.com/sjacobsen22/status/456147665219108864/photo/1/large

https://twitter.com/sjacobsen22/status/456148440473292800/photo/1/large

https://twitter.com/sjacobsen22/status/456148923371880451/photo/1/large

-If you guys noticed the Gallery is currently missing.  I’ve contacted the host about it but I’m pretty sure I will have to rebuild it.  Luckily I have all the photos backed up ;)  Will let you guys know what the host says & please ignore the mumble jumble on the sidebar.


The CW’s ‘Star-Crossed’ casts Stephanie Jacobsen: Who will the ‘Melrose Place’ alum play?
Written by Jess on September 01, 2013 • Leave a message? / No Comments

“Star-Crossed” is getting hot for teacher.

“Melrose Place” alum Stephanie Jacobsen has just landed a recurring role on The CW’s midseason alien invasion drama, Zap2it can exclusively reveal.

Jacobsen will be playing Eva, a charismatic biology teacher at Marshall High School, who has a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the Atrians (aliens) and is sympathetic to their cause. She quickly becomes a favorite among human and Atrian students alike.

“Star-Crossed” is a sci-fi drama about two teenagers — one alien boy, Roman (“90210″ star Matt Lanter), and one human girl, Emery (“Friday Night Lights” star Aimee Teegarden) — who fall in love despite the growing tension between the humans and Atrians after a group of Atrians is allowed to enroll in high school to test the ability of the two species to integrate.

Other recent “Star-Crossed” castings include Tahmoh Penikett and Johnathon Schaech. Penikett will play mysterious SEU (Sector Enforcement Unit) Officer Jack Beaumont, who is responsible for supervision within the Atrian (alien) sector walls. Schaech will play Lanter’s uncle who has a dark and shady past as a radical militant Atrian, though he claims to have changed his ways and serves as a politician in the sector.

“Star-Crossed” debuts midseason on The CW.

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‘Workaholics’ and ‘Melrose Place’ Actresses Guesting on Fox Pilots
Written by Jess on March 19, 2013 • Leave a message? / 1 Comment

Two Warner Bros. TV pilots set up at Fox have added new actresses.

Jillian Bell (Workaholics) and Stephanie Jacobsen (Melrose Place) have landed parts in the untitled Sherry Bilsing-Graham/Ellen Kreamer comedy and the drama Boomerang, respectively, though both will only be appearing in a guest capacity.

The Bilsing-Graham and Kreamer project, a workplace comedy about struggling young lawyers and the bosses making their lives miserable, was previously called To My Future Assistant. Bell joins Brittany Snow, Catherine O’Hara and Stephen Root. She’ll play Denny, a single mom and assistant at the firm whose apathy toward her job occasionally prompts her to take three-hour breaks to tend to her son — or go to the movies.

Bell currently appears on Workaholics, which Comedy Central recently renewed for two additional seasons.

Boomerang, the Felicity Huffman vehicle from EPs Davey Holmes, John Wells and Andrew Stearn, follows a family of assassins working for the U.S. government. Jacobsen plays Angela, who is unaware that husband Carl (Patrick Heusinger) is a professional hit-man.

In addition to starring on the CW’s late Melrose Place reboot, Jacobsen has appeared in Hawaii Five-0.

Bell is repped by Innovative Artists, 3 Arts Entertainment and Stone, Meyer, Genow, Smelkinson and Binder. Jacobsen is repped by APA, Evolution Entertainment and Felker Toczek Gellman Suddleson.

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2012 Public Appearances Photos
Written by Jess on February 04, 2013 • Leave a message? / No Comments

All photos from Stephanie’s 2012 public appearances have now been added to the Gallery.

[020] January 15th – 9th Annual G’Day USA Los Angeles Black Tie Gala
[015] January 28th – 2012 Australian Academy Of Cinema & Television Arts Awards
[016] June 27th – 8th Annual Australians In Film Breakthrough Awards
[028] October 16th – Alex Cross Los Angeles Premiere


Alex Cross Trailer!
Written by Jess on June 26, 2012 • Leave a message? / No Comments


Summit Sets Release Date for Alex Cross
Written by Jess on February 29, 2012 • Leave a message? / No Comments

Summit Entertainment has set an October 26, 2012 release date for Alex Cross. The film, previously going by the name “I, Alex Cross,” is directed by Rob Cohen and stars Tyler Perry, Matthew Fox, Rachel Nichols, Edward Burns and Jean Reno.

Alex Cross follows the homicide detective/psychologist (Perry), from the worldwide best-selling novels by James Patterson, as he meets his match in a serial killer (Fox). The two face off in a high-stakes game of cat and mouse, but when the mission gets personal, Cross is pushed to the edge of his moral and psychological limits in this taut and exciting action thriller.

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