It is only natural that Jennifer Salt, daughter of famed screenwriter Waldo Salt and former actress Mary Davenport, turned her aspirations to acting. Says Jennifer, "I literally grew up in the business on movie sets because of my father."
Born in Los Angeles, California, on September 14, Jennifer was educated in New York at the High School of Performing Arts and at Sarah Lawrence College where she majored in theatre.
While in college, she apprenticed at the Williamstown Summer Theatre, later studying with Phillip Burton's Shakespeare Class and with John Lehne in New York City.
After graduating, petite, brown-eyed Jennifer served as an editorial assistant, but soon decided that acting was her niche.
Her stage credits include "Mac Bird" at the Charles Playhouse in Boston, and "Antigone" at the Hartford Stage Company. Her Broadway credits are "Father's Day" and "Water Color." Jennifer also appeared in the Los Angeles company of "Hot L Baltimore."
Her movie credits are, "Midnight Cowboy," "Sisters," "Hi, Mom!," "The Revolutionary," "Brewster McCloud" and "Play It Again, Sam."
Jennifer's television appearances include "The Great Niagara," "Gargoyles," "The FBI," "Owen Marshall" and "Mother of the Bride."
Jennifer lives in a Mediterranean-type villa overlooking the Pacific Ocean with her husband, David Greenberg, and their two-year-old son, Jonah.