JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT (Del Blaine) is well known to both film and television audiences, and is also about to release her fourth album as a recording artist. On the big screen, she most recently starred with Sigourney Weaver as mother/daughter con artists in the comedy "Heartbreakers (2001)," also starring Gene Hackman and Ray Liotta.
Hewitt previously starred in the hit features "I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)," for which she won a 1998 Blockbuster Entertainment Award, and the successful sequel "I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998). " She had made her feature film debut in 1993's comedy sequel "Sister Act 2 : Back In The Habit (1993)," and includes among her additional credits "Can't Hardly Wait," "Suburbans, The (1999)" and "House Arrest (1996). "
On television, Hewitt received critical acclaim for her portrayal of screen legend Audrey Hepburn in the ABC telefilm "The Audrey Hepburn Story," on which she also served as co-executive producer. In addition, Hewitt is remembered for her starring role on the award-winning series "Party of Five," on which she starred for five seasons as Sarah Reeves.
In addition to her acting career, Hewitt is a gifted vocalist, whose fourth solo album, Bare Naked, is being released on Jive Records in October. Hewitt not only performs, but also wrote most of the songs on the alternative pop album. She made her Atlantic Records debut with the dance-oriented pop album Let's Go Bang, followed by the self-titled Jennifer Love Hewitt. Her third album and her first on CD was Love Songs, which was released in Japan in 1992 and spawned singles in Great Britain, Germany and Austria.
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