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Where Are They Now - Friday, June 2, 2017

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Ever wonder what happened to actress Jensen Daggett from Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan? Well, wonder no more! Read on to find out more about Jensen and what she is doing now...

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See if you know if the following celebrities have had a visit from the "Grim Reaper":

John Goodman - Played Dan Conner on the TV series "Roseanne", appeared in many movies, including "Raising Arizona", "The Flintstones", "Barton Fink", and "Blues Brothers 2000"

Phil Foster - Played Laverne's father, Frank DeFazio, on the TV series "Laverne & Shirley", appeared in the movie "Bang the Drum Slowly"

Tom Bosley - Played Mr. Cunningham (Mr. C) on the TV series "Happy Days", also played Father Dowling on the series "The Father Dowling Mysteries"

(Answer at the bottom)

Jensen Daggett

Learn More About Jensen Daggett on Celebrity Nooz

BIRTH DATE: June 24, 1969, Connecticut

BIRTH NAME: Jennifer Daggett

CLAIM TO FAME: She is known for Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan and Major League: Back to the Minors.

FAMILY LIFE: She has a husband named Marc Chemla and they have two children.

INFO: After she turned 18, Daggett moved to Los Angeles to study at the Stella Adler Conservatory for Acting in Hollywood. Her first acting roles was in The Fabulous Baker Boys. She then played Rennie Wickham in Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan.

Daggett also appeared on several television shows, including a stint as Nancy Taylor on Home Improvement and Charlie in The Single Guy. She left acting in 1999 to raise a family.

TRIVIA: Studied theater at Agoura High School in Agoura Hills, California.

Was a contestant on the game show, Scrabble (1984), as a teenager.

WHERE IS SHE NOW: She last appeared on television as herself in an episode of the HGTV (Canada) show, Weekend Warriors, in which she remodeled her Connecticut home. Since then she has become a Green Home Builder and has built many homes featured in different magazines.


2011 The Cynical Life of Harper Hall (TV Series)...Dani Stone
- Sparrow's Birthday (2011)
- Pilot (2011)

1999 Get Real (TV Series)...Dr. Serena Wolff
- Passages (1999)

1999 Will & Grace (TV Series)...Grace Actor
- The Big Vent (1999)

1998 Telling You...Susan

1998 Major League: Back to the Minors...Maggie Reynolds

1996-1997 L.A. Firefighters (TV Series)...Dr. Janey Markle

1997 Asteroid (TV Movie)...Dr. Valerie Brennan

1996-1997 The Single Guy (TV Series)...Charlie McCarthy

1996 Project: ALF (TV Movie)...Maj. Melissa Hill

1994-1995 Home Improvement (TV Series)...Nancy Taylor

1995 Strange Luck (TV Series)...Kate Coffin
- Last Chance (1995)

1995 Medicine Ball (TV Series)...Katie Cooper
- Wizard of Bras (1995)

1994 Matlock (TV Series)...Sarah Eldridge
- The Godfather (1994)

1993 Step by Step (TV Series)...Bonnie
- The Marrying Dude (1993)

1993 The Adventures of Brisco County Jr. (TV Series)...Charlotte Ketchum
- Brisco for the Defense (1993)

1993 South Beach (TV Series)...Candy Gage
- Wild Thing (1993)

1993 Bodies of Evidence (TV Series)...Penny Sloan
- Flesh and Blood (1993)

1993 Dead Before Dawn (TV Movie)...Dana Shoreham

1992 Spies (TV Movie)...Karen Prescott

1992 The Opposite Sex and How to Live with Them...Cheerleader

1992 Majority Rule (TV Movie)...Lucy

1992 Melrose Place (TV Series)...Marcy Garrett
- Friends & Lovers (1992)

1991 Teech (TV Series)
- Carnival Knowledge (1991)

1991 China Beach (TV Series)...Jennifer Arenberg
- Hello Goodbye (1991)

1990 21 Jump Street (TV Series)...Ashley
- Awomp-Bomp-Aloobomb, Aloop Bamboom (1990)

1989 Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan...Rennie Wickham

To see Then & Now pictures of Jensen Daggett, visit: Celebrity Nooz


--Answers to DEAD OR ALIVE--

John Goodman - ALIVE
Born: 06/20/1952

Phil Foster - DEAD
Born: 03/29/1914 Died: 07/08/1985

Tom Bosley - DEAD (Heart failure)
Born: 10/01/1927 DIED: 10/19/2010



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