The first comedy special she co-wrote and executive produced, Beyond The Pale (2006) achieved Platinum sales for CD and DVD. Next was the highly successful King Baby (2009), which she co-wrote, executive produced and created the opening sequence film for the Comedy Central special. Jeannie wrote and directed the short film, Hot Pocket Revenge (2009) and also co-produced Pale Force for Conan O’Brien with Jim Gaffigan, Paul Noth and Patrick Noth.
Jeannie performed sketch comedy as a founding member of “King Baby”, a four-person sketch group (with Tony Hale, Todd Wilkerson and Susan Isaacs) that wrote and performed original sketches all over Manhattan and amassed a loyal fan base.
A classically trained actress, Jeannie interned at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater and has had leading roles in regional Shaw and Shakespeare festivals and was an original member of Assembly Productions, a theater company dedicated to developing and producing original plays for the New York Stage.
Among her television appearances, Jeannie played the reoccurring role of “Meredith” on the TBS sitcom, My Boys from 2006 to 2009.
Jeannie has taken on a variety of leading roles in Independent feature films such as Be My Oswald, the recent winner of Best Drama at the Queens International Film Festival and the Founder’s Choice at the New York International Film Festival.
Jeannie was the founder and president of “Shakespeare on the Playground” a not-for-profit theater company that produced Shakespearean plays with inner city teenagers focusing on literacy and productions skills.