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Jessica Graham is an American actress best known for starring in the LBGT film festival hit 2 Minutes Later.

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Career

Before moving to Los Angeles from Philadelphia, she co-founded both Theater Catalyst's Eternal Spiral Project [1] and Stonegraham Productions [2](producers of *girl*, Philadelphia 's longest-running lesbian party).

Since moving to Los Angeles, she has appeared in a number of films, gaining exposure at festivals. She has also appeared on the stage. Her commercial credits include AOL, Southwest Airlines, and PETA.[3]

She is a member of SAG. [3]

As of 2007, she is involved in the production of a new film called And Then Came Lola scheduled for release sometime in 2009.[4]

She won the best actress award at the Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival for her performance in 2 Minutes Later.

Sexuality

She describes herself as an out bisexual woman ("70/30 women to men").

"The real, honest truth is I have been madly in love with three women in my life, and had long-term relationships with them. Madly in love. Maybe a little too madly. And lived with women. But I've done the same thing with men. I've been in long-term relationships with men, and been madly in love with them, too."[2]

"I'm interested when an actress comes out. I'm interested when somebody makes a comment about how they fantasize about other women...It's such a double-sided thing."[5]

Filmography

  • My Father's Gun (2002) (TV) as Patrice
  • Inclinations (2005) as The Muse [6]
  • Thirsty (2005) as Hannah (also writer and producer credits)
  • The Coat Room (2005) as Kristin [7]
  • Rent Control (2006) as Lucy [8]
  • Devil Girl (2006) as Fay [9]
  • 2 Minutes Later (2007) as Abigail Marks [10][11]
  • And Then Came Lola (2009) as Jen

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