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Gillian Jacobs is an actor, producer, and director. She memorably starred in the Judd Apatow produced Netflix original series, Love.
Previously, she starred in the critically acclaimed comedy Community. For her portrayal of Britta she was nominated for a Critics Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress and the show was awarded the 2012 Critics Choice Award for Best Comedy Series.
Other television roles include a buzzy turn opposite Adam Driver on HBO's Girls and the upcoming Amazon animated series Invincible. Jacobs' upcoming films include the Fear Street trilogy and Violence of Action for director Tarik Saleh opposite Chris Pine and Ben Foster. Her other recent films include I Used to Go Here opposite Jemain Clement for director Kris Rey, Netflix's Ibiza, Warner Brothers' Life of the Party opposite Melissa McCarthy, Demetri Martin’s Dean, which won the 2016 Jury Award for Best US Narrative Feature at the Tribeca Film Festival, and Mike Birbiglia's Don't Think Twice, which was nominated for Best Comedy at the 2016 Critics Choice Awards.
As a director, Jacobs helmed the narrative short film, Curated, for Refinery29's groundbreaking Shatterbox Series with TNT. She previously made her directorial debut with The Queen Of Code, a documentary short film about the computer scientist and high-ranking naval officer Grace Hopper. She directed the premiere episode of "Marvel's 616,” about the trailblazing women of Marvel Comics, for Disney+.
Jacobs has also written many articles and conducted interviews for Glamour and Lenny Letter on topics ranging from Marlo Thomas to Women in Science to Elvira.
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