Jennifer Spence is one of the main stars of Traces, a Scottish forensic drama that just aired on BBC One.
But who is this familiar face? Aside from that gritty Scottish series, what else has Jennifer appeared on?
Here’s everything you need to know about Jennifer Spence …
Why is Jennifer Spence famous?
Jennifer Spence is a Canadian actress who has appeared in many films and dozens of television series.
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The 43-year-old actress is originally from Toronto, Canada, but has starred in several American and English productions – in addition to many Canadian ones.
After many small roles in television films and series, she landed her first prominent recurring role in the Stargate Universe as Lisa Park in 2009.
She also starred as the same character in her spin-off Stargate Universe: Cinema.
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In 2012, she played a leading role in the Canadian science fiction series Continuum, which ran until 2015.
For the past few years, you may have seen her on the Netflix series You Me Her as Carmen.
Is Jennifer Spence Married?
Jennifer Spence is married to the Canadian actor and filmmaker Benjamin Ratner. You live in Vancouver, Canada.
She appeared in his award-winning film Down River, which Benjamin wrote and directed.
Outside of acting, she says that she and Benjamin are like any other couple.
Speak with MumFectionDuring downtime, she said, “Hanging out with family and friends, traveling, reading, sitting on the beach, watching cable TV shows, and napping with animals.”
Who does Jennifer play on BBC One’s Traces?
Jennifer plays Professor Kathy Torrance in the new crime drama Traces on BBC One.
Prof. Torrance is Professor of Forensic Anthropology at the Scottish Institute of Forensic Science and Anatomy.
During the conversation with UKTVJennifer described her character as: “Kathy is quite a piece of work. She is a professor of forensic anthropology at SIFA and loves working with bones, science and facts, but human relationships are a little difficult for her. “
On the series, her character teams up with Emma Hedges (played by Molly Windsor) and Prof. Sarah Gordon (played by Laura Fraser) to uncover the truth behind an unsolved murder.
How can I see traces?
Traces airs Mondays on BBC One at 9 p.m. The entire series can also be streamed on BBC iPlayer.
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