Jennifer Tsay is a New York based Asian-American actress, voiceover artist, and producer. She is a graduate from The Studio / New York’s two-year acting conservatory program and a former company member of the Bats at The Flea Theater.

Jennifer originated the role of Rachel for the world premiere of Thomas Bradshaw’s “JOB” at The Flea.  She was also in The Flea’s NY Times Critic’s Pick production of “The Mysteries,” whose director Ed Iskandar also won a Drama Desk Award for Visionary Direction for the production.  She also performed in productions at Ensemble Studio Theatre, Baltimore Center Stage, and National Black Theatre, among others.

She has appeared in Deborah Kampmeier’s Split, Hulu’s High Fidelity, NBC’s The Village and The Blacklist, and HBO’s Bored to Death as well as in commercials for AT&T Wifi and Manhattan Mini Storage.

She was also a producer for the documentary film “Divided Families.”

Jennifer specializes in playing smart, truth-bomb hurling women who are as loving and loyal as they are sassy and direct.  She’s great at playing kids on stage.  She is also a very quick crier.

Jennifer loves karaoke as a competitive sport and also is the Co-Founder of the NYC-based startup because more is more.

And perhaps most of all, she loves her three rescue puppies Rudy, Peanut, and Sushi as well as her rescue FIV cat Johnson.