Originally from Montana, Jenna Ciralli is a New York based artist currently residing in Brooklyn. Jenna is the Creator (Producer/Co-Writer/Lead Actress) of Montana Film Office's Big Sky Grant recipient, short film "Willow Creek Road," directed by Francesca Mirabella.
Jenna graduated from Willamette University with a B.A. in Theatre Arts - Acting (honors) / English Literature. After training with renowned NYC acting teacher Terry Knickerbocker at the William Esper Studio, Jenna founded 2 theater companies: The Relevance Group and Ethikos Productions, and began to work locally in film, TV, theater and commercials. New York credits include, Film/TV: Emmy award winning series A Crime to Remember, NYU thesis films The Nest & Jack and Jim, The Other Woman (20th Century Fox, dir. Nick Cassavetes), One Life to Live, Say it with Flowers (Dusty Film Festival, Columbia Gorge International Film Festival), NYC Theater: "Israel Horovitz One Acts" (The Flea, inc World Premiere of "The Bump") and "Fever! A Date with Tennessee Williams" (Access Theater).
Jenna is also a co-creator of the viral video "Casting Call The Project," released in March 2016 to 2.6 million views and covered by over 25 major publications including New York Magazine, Los Angeles Magazine, Daily Mirror, Huffington Post, Adweek, Vice, Cosmo, Buzzfeed, Women You Should Know, and dubbed "A Must Watch Video" by RogerEbert.com. "Casting Call" was named 1 of 6 Honorees for the 2017 Webby Awards (aka Oscars of the Internet), "Film & Video - Viral" category. The project is a call to raise awareness of the limitations of female stereotyping in the entertainment industry and take individual action.