Jennifer Van Dyck is an actor, narrator and voice-over artist based in New York City.
Upcoming and recent projects: World premiere of Sister Sorry by Alec Wilkinson, directed by Joe Calarco at Barrington Stage Company; Judge Sharone Lee on Law & Order: Organized Crime (ep. 104 & 108); Sarah Schulman's The Lady Hamlet at Provincetown Theatre (postponed to summer 2022); Charles Busch's The Confession of Lily Dare at Primary Stages directed by Carl Andress (Outer Circle Critics Award); Amanda Wingfield in The Glass Menagerie at the Guthrie directed by Joseph Haj; Multi-cast audiobook recording of Hamlet (No Fear Shakespeare).
A frequent collaborator with playwright/actor Charles Busch and director Carl Andress, she has originated many roles for them in multiple productions, including The Confession of Lily Dare, The Divine Sister, Cleopatra, Judith of Bethulia and The Third Story. Additionally, she has appeared on Broadway in Hedda Gabler, Dancing at Lughnasa, Two Shakespearean Actors and The Secret Rapture. She has extensive off-Broadway and regional credits. Some of her favorite playwright collaborations include new plays by Topher Payne, Bathsheba Doran, Sarah Schulman, Austin Pendleton, Deborah Zoe Laufer, Karen Zacarias, Keith Bunin, Ellen McLaughlin, Catherine Filloux, Douglas Post, Ken Weitzman and A.R. Gurney. Her television and film roles include many episodes of Law & Order, Blindspot, Madam Secretary, Bull, The Good Wife, The Blacklist, Elementary, Person of Interest, Royal Pains, Too Big to Fail, Fringe, New Amsterdam, Michael Clayton and Across the Universe.
Jennifer’s narration work encompasses hundreds of audiobooks in a wide range of genres, as well as a large variety of voiceover spots.
She was born in St. Andrews, Scotland and raised in Princeton, NJ, with a sojourn to Melbourne, Australia for a year at the age of 11. She graduated from Brown University and began her career at Trinity Rep under the leadership of Adrian Hall. She is a long time New Yorker where she lives with her husband, actor Jonathan Walker.