Jennifer Love Hewitt Biography

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Jennifer Love Hewitt was born on Feb 21 1979 in Waco, Texes. You may not know, but even though you can't tell on t.v but Jennifer is really short she is only 5'2.

Jennifer Love Hewitt was named "Love" after one of her mother's college friend. Her mother told her friend that if ever she had to get a daughter, she would call her Love.

Love started singing very young. In fact, she was only three year old the first time we seen her on stage. Then she took dance lessons, and began her career with Texas Show Team. At ten year old, she became spokesperson for L.A. Gear, a shoes manufacturer.

She appeared in several commercials like for Mattel Toys and the Barbie commercials, and a cereal commercial. She got her first role on t.v. with "Kids Incorporated", in which she played Robin. She sang a song called "Please Save Us the World". Then she came up with and album called "Love Songs". Later other album came along; Let's go Bang!, Jennifer Love Hewitt, and two songs on the House Arrest Soundtrack.

She played in the movie "Munchies", followed by "Little Miss Million" and "Sister Act 2". After she played Brook Figler in "House Arrest", co-starring with Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Pollack, Jennifer Tilly and Kyle Howard.

She also starred in the movie "Trojan War" and "I Know What You Did Last Summer", a movie that was kind of dumb movie but hey it has Jennifer. She played along with Sarah Michelle Gellar (from "Buffy the Vampire Slayer"), Ryan Phillippe and Barry Cox. She will be starring in "I Know What You Did Last Summer" 's sequel, now that's a surprise which is scheduled for November '98.



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