Salome Jens


Salome began her training at Northwestern University and continued in New York with Herbert Berghof and Lee Strasberg and became a lifetime member of the Actors Studio. She studied dance with Martha Graham.  Her professional career started off Broadway with Ionesco"s "The Bald Soprano" and "Jack", Synge"s " Diedre of the Sorrows", Jose Quintero's acclaimed production of Genet's "The Balcony", at Circle in the Square for which she won the Clarence Derwent Award. Her Broadway credits include Henry Denker's "Far Country, Sidney Kingsley's "Night Life', "The Disenchanted" by Breit and Schulberg, John Osborne's "Patriot for Me", Oliver Hailey”s “First One Asleep Whistle,” and Sam Shepard's "Lie of the Mind." She was a charter member of Elia Kazan's company at the Lincoln Center and starred in the original production of Arthur Miller's "After The Fall.”

Along with her stage career Ms. Jens has appeared in many starring roles on T.V. Movies of the Week and episodic such as Gunsmoke, Bonanza, and LA. Law." Her movie roles include "Angel Baby," John Frankenheimer's "Seconds," Me,, Natalie,” “Foolkiller," "Just Between Friends," "Clan of Cave Bear,"  “Harry’s War”  and "I'm Losing You.”

In Los Angeles she has continued her theatrical career doing "Hamlet", with Stacy Keach at the Mark Taper as well as many other stage performances. She has received rave reviews for “Blonde Poison” at Theater 40, her most recent theater appearance (2015).

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