Jennifer Copping is a Canadian actress best known for her roles in "Carolyn Varajian" in ShowTimes "The L Word" and "Faye / Karen Farrell" in CTV's "Neon Rider". She portrayed Quaid on Syfy's Van Helsing.
She was born and raised in Sechelt. Jennifer has been married to Jesse James Miller since 1998. They have two children together.
Jennifer has voiced several animated series such as Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century, Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, and Hurricanes. She primarily appears in television, with a career stretching back to her regular role in Neon Rider in the early Nineties, although she has made occasional film appearances, such as Slither in 2006. She gained praise for her role as Mary Delgado in the Jersey Boys musical. She has been married to Jesse James Miller since 1998. They have two children.
Since then she has made appearances in films and television series such as "21 Jump Street", "Words and Pictures", Becoming Redwood", "Paranormal Solutions Inc." and many others.
- Winner of 2013 Leo Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture "Becoming Redwood".
- Her husband, Jesse James Miller is also apart of the televison/film scene as he is a well known director and writer.