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|Born||Roanoke, Virginia, U.S.|
|Born||Roanoke, Virginia, U.S.|
Jen Lilley is an American actress. She played a supporting role in the hit film The Artist and portrayed Maxie Jones on the ABC soap opera General Hospital, as a replacement for Kirsten Storms from September 2011 until August 2012, due to an illness keeping the actress from playing the role.
In April 2013, Lilley was announced to have joined the Days of our Lives cast. Lilley made her on-screen debut as Jeannie Theresa Donovan, daughter of Kimberly Brady and Shane Donovan, on July 3, 2013.
Lilley was born in Roanoke, Virginia to Ellen and Vincent Lilley. She is the second oldest of four children. She has two brothers, Michael and Ryan, and one sister, Katherine. Lilley graduated from Cave Spring High School in 2003. She went on to attend University of Virginia, and graduated early with Magna Cum Laude honors.
Lilley supports many charitable organizations, and is a celebrity ambassador for Childhelp, a charity that specializes in the prevention and treatment of child abuse. In 2013, she joined the board of the Innocent Justice Foundation.
In 2011, she had a supporting role in director Michel Hazanavicius's silent movie The Artist, starring John Goodman, James Cromwell, Penelope Ann Miller, Jean Dujardin, and Bérénice Bejo.
In 2011, Lilley played various characters on MTV's Disaster Date, alongside Lauren Zima, Jason Karasev, Cale Hartmann, Hasan Minhaj, Russell Pitts, and Kara Luiz. She also appeared as Monie in the iCarly TV movie, "iParty with Victorious".
In the fall of 2011, Lilley took over the role of Maxie Jones as a temporary recast for Kirsten Storms on General Hospital while she was on medical leave. She made her on-screen debut on September 28, 2011. In August 2012, Lilley confirmed that she had finished taping and made her on-screen exit on August 20, 2012. Storms later returned on September 5.
|2007||Suburban Skies||Janey Richardson|
|2008||A Step Toward Heaven||Wife||Short film|
|2010||Fiddler in the Darkness||Lisa Coryelle||Short film|
|2011||The Back-up Bride||Daisy Spur|
|2011||The Sticky Chocolate Kingdom||Audrey|
|2012||One Small Hitch||Larissa|
|2012||The Olivia Experiment||Felicia|
|2012||Love Refreshed||Angel||Short film|
|2013||Turnaround Jake||Jessica Henry|
|2013||Revelation Road: The Beginning of the End||Rachel McManus|
|2013||The Book of Esther||Esther|
|2007||Hannah Montana||Swimsuit Model||"That's What Friends are For" (season 2: episode 18)|
|2008||Two and a Half Men||Bridesmaid No. 4||"Rough Night in Hump Junction" (season 5: episode 15)|
|2008||Ingles Ya!||Sirena / Mandy||19 Episodes|
|2009||Criminal Minds||Megan Chertow||"The Eyes Have It" (season 5: episode 6)|
|2010||Castle||Julia Foster||"Punked" (season 3: episode 4)|
|2011||Rules of Engagement||Barista||"The Power Couple" (season 5: episode 23)|
|2011||Disaster Date||Various||Series regular|
|2011||iCarly||Monie||"iParty with Victorious" (season 4: episode 11-13)|
|2011||PrankStars||Herself||"Something to Chew On" (season 1: episode 1)|
|2011–12||General Hospital||Maxie Jones||Contract role; September 28, 2011 to August 20, 2012|
|2012||The Dark Knight Retires||Carly||Recurring; Web series|
|2012||Petty Offense||Laura||TV movie|
|2013–||Days of our Lives||Theresa Donovan||Contract role; July 3, 2013 to present|
|2013||The Crazy Ones||Claire||"Bad Dad" (season 1: episode 2)|
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