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Jennifer Freeman
Born Jennifer Nicole Freeman
October 20, 1985 (1985-10-20) (age 24)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Other name(s) Jennifer Nicole Freeman

Jennifer Nicole Freeman (born October 20, 1985) is an American actress. She was born in Los Angeles, California.


Freeman is best known for playing the role of Claire Kyle in the ABC sitcom My Wife and Kids.[1][2] She has also made guest appearances on television (such as the shows 7th Heaven, Switched, One on One, and The OC). She is a spokesmodel for the Neutrogena skin care products company. Jennifer's television credits include My Wife and Kids, 7th Heaven, One on One, All That, Lizzie McGuire, Disney's Even Stevens and Disney Movie Surfers. Her movie credits include a feature role in Johnson Family Vacation, and You Got Served[1] & Mercy Street. She also appeared in the movies The Seventies and the independent film The Visit. Her stage credits include the Los Angeles-area productions of The Wiz, in which she played Dorothy, and Billa in The Gift.

Jennifer began a nationwide print and television campaign as one of "the young fresh faces" of Neutrogena.[3] In 2002 TV Guide named her as one of the Top 10 Hot Teens to watch.

She is married to NBA basketball player Earl Watson of the Indiana pacers. Their first child was born in October 2009.

Freeman appeared on the March/April dual cover issue of King magazine, with fashion model Toccara Jones. She also was in the video S.O.S by Jordin Sparks, she was dancing on a balcony in the video.


  1. ^ a b Harvey, Dennis (2004) "You Got Served", Variety, January 29, 2004, retrieved 2010-01-22
  2. ^ Levin, Gary (2002) "ABC looking for laughs, success ; 'A new generation of comedies' sought to lift the network", USA Today, January 14, 2002
  3. ^ Flass, Rebecca (2004) "Neutrogena Inks Actress to TV, Print Roles", AdWeek, March 12, 2004, retrieved 2010-01-22

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