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Lisa Jakub Born December 27, 1978 Toronto, Ontario, Canada Occupation Actress (1985 – 2001), Writer Years active 1985 – 2001 Spouse(s) Jeremy Jones (2005-present) Website http://lisajakub.net Lisa Jakub (born December 27, 1978) is a Canadian- American writer, and a former child actress. She is best known for her roles in as Lydia Hillard and Mrs. Doubtfire as Alicia Casse. Independence Day Early life and career [edit ]
Jakub was born in Toronto, Ontario. She is of Slovak (father) and Welsh and Scottish (mother) descent.
Her first role was in the 1985 film
. She later appeared in Eleni Mrs. Doubtfire, played Sandra in , appeared in Matinee A Pig's Tale and , Independence Day and played the "inspiration" for The Beautician and the Beast Princess Leia in the short film . She starred in George Lucas in Love (1995) and portrayed a Picture Perfect bordello worker in the American Old West in (1997). Painted Angels Personal life [edit ]
After retiring from acting in 2001, Jakub moved to Virginia and married longtime partner Jeremy Jones.
Jakub has publicly stated that she has no plans to return to acting.
She is currently a blogger and writer and has penned her memoir [3 ] You Look Like That Girl which is due for release in 2015. [4 ] Filmography [edit ] Film [edit ] Television [edit ]
Year Title Role Notes 1986 Right of the People, The The Right of the People Katie TV film 1986 Kay O'Brien Allison Villaneuva Episode: "Taking the Heat" 1986 Christmas Eve Little Girl TV film 1987 Friday the 13th: The Series Kristen Episode: "A Cup of Time" 1988 Once Upon a Giant Little Red Riding Hood TV film 1988 Alfred Hitchcock Presents Missy Episode: "Kandinsky's Vault" 1988 Emergency Room Angie Sertoli Episode: "All Hallows Eve" 1989 Twilight Zone, The The Twilight Zone Lisa Cranston Episode: " Street of Shadows" 1989 Friday the 13th: The Series Janine Carlson Episode: "The Playhouse" 1989 Glory! Glory! TV film 1989 Phone Call, The The Phone Call Holly Henderson TV film 1990 War of the Worlds Julie Episode: "The Pied Piper" 1990 Night Court Barbie Episode: "My Three Dads" 1991 Rape of Doctor Willis, The The Rape of Doctor Willis Carrie Willis TV film 1991 Story Lady, The The Story Lady Alexandra Pollard TV film 1993 Bride of Violence 2 Anna TV film 1994 Child's Cry for Help, A A Child's Cry for Help Amanda Spencer TV film 1994 Due South Christina Nichols Episodes: "Chicago Holiday: Parts 1 & 2" 1995 Fight for Justice: The Nancy Conn Story Leisa Conn TV film 1995 Picture Perfect J.J. Thomas TV film 1996 Bermuda Triangle Annie TV film 1996 Reckoning Shelley Maitland TV film 1997 Newton: A Tale of Two Isaacs Clara Storey TV film 1997 On the Edge of Innocence Ally Winthrop TV film 1998 Dream House Jenny Thornton TV film 1999 Mentors Joan of Arc Episode: "Raising the Siege" 1999 Jack & Jill Meg Episode: "Pseudos, Sex and Sidebars" 2000 Royal Diaries: Isabel - Jewel of Castilla, The The Royal Diaries: Isabel - Jewel of Castilla Isabel TV film References [edit ] External links [edit ]