Ms. Hammon was born in Orlando, Florida, and
received her bachelor of fine arts degree from Florida
State University, where she appeared in many
theatrical productions. Ms. Hammon always knew that
she wanted to be an actress; and at the age of 15,
began auditioning and won the role of a
"bubble-headed cheerleader" in cable's "Superforce."
Other television credits include The Young & The
Restless, and appeared in the
television movie, "Killing Mr. Griffin."
Theatrical credits include "Parenthood," "The
Bodyguard" and "Wilder Napalm."
A committed activist, Ms. Hammon is involved with the
AIDS Foundation and is participating in the AIDS
In her spare time, Jennifer enjoys swing dancing,
ballet, jazz and ballroom dancing.
She is skilled in martial arts training, specializing in
choung nbu and t'ai chi.