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Jenna was born in Seoul, and she was adopted when she was three months old. He then lived with his adoptive parents in East Meadow, New York.
She is Catholic, even though her surname was given to her by her adoptive grandfather who was a Jew; he attended the Parkway Elementary School and the Holy Trinity Diocesan High School, a Catholic school in Hicksville, located on Long Island, a place known for its strong theatrical department. During high school he participated in numerous musicals, including the first interpretation of “Les Miserables” of his high school. He played Penny in Honk! , Inez in The Baker’s Wife, Little Red Riding Hood in Into The Hoods and Romaine Patterson in The Laramie Project. She graduated in 2004 and moved to attend Marymount Manhattan College, where she regained the role of Little Red Riding Hood in the same musical that the college also implemented. She graduated in 2007 with a B.A. in Theater Arts, with a specialization in Performance and, with less evidence, also in Musical.
Jenna Ushkowitz Measurements
|Weight||123.5 lbs (56 kg)|
|Eye Color||Dark brown|
|Shoe Size||6 US|
|Date Of Birth||28 April, 1986|
|Birth Place||Seoul, South Korea|
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