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Jessalyn Wanlim Biography – Jessalyn Wanlim Wiki

Jessalyn Wanlim born Jessalyn Corsino Wanlim is a Canadian actress and model. She is best known for her role as Jenny Matthews in the television series Workin’ Moms, as well as Evie Cho on the science fiction television series Orphan Black.

Her film credits include The Assassin (2005), My Sassy Girl (2008), The New Twenty (2008), A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song (2011), Alex Cross (2012), and Pink Skies Ahead (2020).

She has appeared in such television shows as The Affair, 9-1-1, Workin’ Moms, Colony, Orphan Black, Lab Rats: Bionic Island, Bad Teacher, Instant Mom, In My Dreams, NCIS: Los Angeles, Modern Family, Frenemies, The Chicago Code, Five, Melissa & Joey, The Closer, Fake It Til You Make It, Scoundrels, Life on Mars, Psych, CSI: NY Portia Pryce, Bones, Loving Leah, Do Not Disturb, The Border, Gossip Girl, All My Children

Jessalyn Wanlim Age

Jessalyn Wanlim was born on September 3, 1982, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada as Jessalyn Corsino Wanlim.

Jessalyn Wanlim Husband

Jessalyn Wanlim is married to her husband Brett Howell.

Jessalyn Wanlim Children

Jessalyn Wanlim has children.

Jessalyn Wanlim Height

Jessalyn Wanlim stands at a height of 5 feet 4 inches (1.63 m).

Jessalyn Wanlim Net Worth

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Okay it’s fun facts about Jessalyn time! About 6 years ago, I was ready to quit acting, and so I decided to pursue real estate because I loved it. A month after studying for the exam, I got the call from Orphan Black to play an evil bitch. Took my exam after I wrapped and passed. Was about to hang my license but then got the call to play another kind of bitch on Workin Moms! (another fun fact: my resume is full of bitches!) I hung my license anyway because why not!?! For almost 4 years now, I’ve been able to pursue both my passions, and I’ve not regretted my decision one bit. I’ve negotiated and closed deals while on set. My friends have reached out to help them find homes. I have clients who know my alter-ego and trust my expertise. And I work with an amazing team that’s so supportive, they’re like family to me. This pandemic will forever change our lives, and I want to think it’s for the good that we are able to spend this time at home with family and figure out what we value most. I’m so grateful for this time to appreciate every facet of my life. I have an amazing husband, a doting son, a supportive family back home, and two teams from my two careers that have my back. Seriously, what more could I ask for?! It’s HIGHLY neglected but feel free to follow my real estate insta @jcw_realtor …I’ll try to post there more often but I can’t guarantee my quirkiness there too🤪 Enjoy this time. Stay safe. And continue to remind yourself of what keeps you going. ☮️ out. . . . (Oh and here are just a few of the amazing homes I’ve been so grateful to help sell!) #home #love #family #motivation #quarantine #realestate #compassrealestate

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As I reflect on 2018, it’s probably been one of the hardest years I’ve endured healthwise. I’ve closed myself off to a lot of people because I didn’t want their sympathy or those sad eyes looking back at me, but the more I think about it, it doesn’t help ME to move forward as a human being. One in four women miscarry, and I’m one of them. There. I said it. Yes, it sucked. Yes, it was awful. Yes, it took some healing. But also…it’s made me stronger. It’s not the end of the world. And most importantly, I am not the only one! Women should never feel ashamed to share this because there’s someone close by who can relate to their experience, closer than they’d realize. Those I told almost always had their own story, and it made me wonder why I felt so ashamed to say it out loud. With that said, I want 2019 to be about truth, about reaching out to loved ones, about caring for everyone whether you know their truth or not. I preach the latter because it’s SO important in every facet of life. This new year will begin and end with a lot of love….love to myself and love to everyone. Join me, would ya?! Sooo…2018??…bye, Felicia! #2019 #2018 #newyear #love #women #empowerment

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