Jacqueline Jones

Jackie Jones

Jacqueline, a Richmond, VA native and award-winning actor of the stage, screen, and airwaves has a passion for the tool of communication live theatre offers. The well-loved stage presence has originated dozens of characters including those in world premieres of pet projects Hugs and Kisses (Virginia Repertory Theatre aka Theatre IV), helping prevent child sexual abuse since 1983, Songs From Bedlam (VA Rep aka Barksdale), giving voice to the mentally ill, and Birth (Firehouse Theatre), painting a portrait of childbirth in the USA. Jackie specializes in one-woman shows, having appeared as Governor Ann Richards in Taylor’s Ann (Firehouse Theatre), Golda Meir in Gibson’s Golda's Balcony (TheatreLAB & Jewish Family Theatre), Jocelyn in Sedaris's Season's Greetings and Barbara Ellen in Rudnick’s "Crafty"/The New Century (Richmond Triangle Players), and Mrs. Sorken in Durang’s Mrs. Sorken (numerous K Dance Productions). Onscreen Jackie sparkled as beautician Maylene with Patricia Arquette and Rainn Wilson in Colette Burson's feature, Permanent, and followed up in Burson's short, Burp. Jackie portrayed a woman with dementia In Hello, Mother; Hello, Daughter. She was featured as the Virginia Lottery's spokesperson "Marge Cranberry," the "sockdologizing old man-trap" in The Day Lincoln Was Shot (TNT TV), artist Helen Frankenthaler for the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and Confederate Jewish spy, Eugenia Phillips, for the Smithsonian Institute. Jackie's acting acumen is apparent in Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine's Center for Human Simulation and Patient Safety where she is a Standardized Patient. She mentors with the Richmond Jewish Coalition for Literacy. "She's one of the few actresses who can make a slow walk across the stage a riveting theatrical moment." (David Timberline, STYLE WEEKLY).  Visit Jacqueline's personal website


Albina C. Clark :  Episodes 2A, 6A, & 7 
Sam the Dragoon:  Episodes 3B, 6A, 7 
Gumby:  Episodes 3A, 3B, 6B, & 7