Jennie Jacobs is an actress and singer working in London's fringe and West End, in films, and on television. She has appeared in plays, musicals, music videos, commercials, shorts and features.
She represented The London School of Musical Theatre at the Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer of the Year competition in 2011.
Jennie Jacobs is an absolute hoot and brings to life so much humour through her facial expressions – and her voice is outstanding. - Everything Theatre
Jennie Jacobs is excellent as Mrs Cripps/Little Buttercup – her acting, comic timing and contralto voice all wonderful. - Opera For All
Jennie Jacobs, a rich voiced, delightfully attractive, charismatic Buttercup. - Susan Elkin Reviews
Jennie Jacobs is a fantastic vocal for Little Buttercup. - North West End
Jennie Jacobs’ Little Buttercup wins all hearts. - The Stage
From Buttercup’s sweet sassiness [Jennie Jacobs] to the jolly-sailor patter of the crew, it’s all just hugely entertaining. - The Reviews Hub
Alys Roberts as his daughter has an incredible voice and presence, as does Jennie Jacobs as Buttercup. - View From The Cheap Seats
Jennie Jacobs doubling as Little Buttercup and Sir Joseph’s Sister was the master of the sideways glance to the audience and always a highlight. - TheatreBox
Two notable performances: Joseph Shovelton’s miniature masterpiece of zany grotesquery as First Lord, and Jennie Jacobs’s vivacious charm as Little Buttercup. - Evening Standard
Little Buttercup (Jennie Jacobs) is the most animated of the cast, revelling in her secret and and constantly engaging and reacting with wide eyed delight. - Pocketsize Theatre.
Jennie Jacobs a sexy, villainous Prince, who was (as should always be the case) still being booed at the curtain call. - Broadway World
Jennie Jacobs and Emily Cairns are both brilliant as Prince Charming and Dandini respectively and are responsible for one of the panto’s most hilarious moments. - Love London Love Culture
Jacobs is a marvellous villain, deceiving Cinderella for dastardly purposes and relishing every minute of her role. - The Reviews Hub
Prince Charming – Jennie Jacobs deserving to be hissed to kingdom come... - Boyz
Jennie Jacobs demonstrates ample flair for comedic acting as a millennial Prince Charming. - Arthur's Seat
Cinders is willfully blind to [Prince Charming's] faults: a Gaston-like arrogance, dastardly plan to woo her to stave off a witch’s spell and tricky temper (played to perfection by Jennie Jacobs). - Islington Gazette
..."I couldn't take my eyes off her". - Punter, The Rudy Vees cabaret show
"...Jennie Jacobs was brilliantly seductive and vampish as Amy Rounsaville." - Everything Theatre
"...very clearly a triple threat performer of immense talent."
- Mrs Valjean
"...Jennie Jacobs is sexy and heartless as his ambitious wife, wannabe First Lady Amy…every actor nails his or her accent, high notes and choreography down to a step."
- The Public Reviews
"...The exception to this would be Dr N.H. Service herself, played by the obviously talented Jennie Jacobs, who was able to bring depth, humour and nuance to her character despite its blatant intention as an instrument of political opinion and anxiety...."
- Everything Theatre
"...Jennie Jacobs hits the high notes as the glamorous wife willing to put up with her vague senator husband as long as she gets to the White House."
- Musical Theatre Review
"....There were some fantastic individual show moments such as Emily Lynne’s rendition of “Middle East Disney Land,” Hans Rye’s “Am I Nervous,” Jennie Jacobs’ “Why Aren’t You President, Yet”...
- Official Theatre
"...Jennie Jacobs is an absolute hoot, and brings to life so much humour through her facial expressions - and her voice is outstanding."
- Everything Theatre