Jennifer Irwin is a Canadian actress best known for her television roles as Linda Michaels in Still Standing (2002-2006) and as Cassie Powers in Eastbound & Down, from 2009-2013.
Irwin has starred in numerous TV shows including Inside Schwartz for NBC and The Ellen Show for CBS. For four years she played Linda Michaels on Still Standing.
Jennifer starred as Holly Hunter's best friend in Showtime's Harlan County War and played the role of Jane Curtain in the ABC movie of the week The Gilda Radner Story.
Her film credits include Warner Bros. Exit Wounds, Superstar for Paramount and Universal's Blues Brothers 2000, directed by John Landis.
Jennifer received a Gemini Award nomination for her work on Slings And Arrows for Showtime (Canada). She has also been nominated for Pretty Funny Female at the Canadian Comedy Awards.
Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Jennifer received an English degree from McGill University. As a member of Toronto's famed Second City, she wrote four productions, all of which were nominated for a Dora Award.
Jennifer employed her theatrical writing skills again by creating and co-writing the role of Kitty in the original cast of the Tony Award-winning musical The Drowsy Chaperone at Toronto's Elgin Theatre.
She currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband and two sons.