From quirky comedienne to startling indie actress, Jorjeana’s roles have varied extensively. Her most recent role, as the tormenting ex-girlfriend in “Listen to Grandpa, Andy Ling” starring Eliott Gould and Randall Park (Dinner for Schmucks) has propelled her forward, stretching from the usual sweet and funny to “hilariously disturbed”.
The story is by Jason Venokur from “Third Rock from the Sun” and produced by Rafael Marmor, also producer of the comedy series “Svetlana”, which stars a variety of Hollywood’s elite comedians as well.
As a veteran stand-up comic, Jorjeana has opened for some renowned talent, including Louis Anderson, Richard Lewis and Louis CK. And after penning three one-woman shows and performing them throughout NYC, it’s an easy move to begin filming some of these characters from her stand-up routine and solo shows. Jorjeana’s next multi-hyphenate project “Over Due” is a cross between a Tracy Ullman show and ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ and focuses on her ability to create a variety of smart, funny and distinct females and one Sarah Palin.
Additional roles include a lead voice-over role in an untitled Steven Spielberg project, hosting ‘Date Night’ on AMC, regular hosting ops at the Hollywood Improv, a role her mother hasn’t yet seen on ‘Chapelle’s Show’ and a fully improvised part in Ashton Kutcher’s “True Beauty’ on ABC.
As an improvisor she has studied and performed at UCB, the Groundlings and Improv Olympic West. She is a member of The Popular Mechanics and Cupcake Comedy.
She is involved in many charitable organizations as a host and comedienne including: Gilda’s Club, Comedy Cures, Comedy Fights Cancer, Paul Newman’s Double H hole in the Wall, The Hollywood Arts Society and BookPals.