March 5, 1975
San Diego, California, United States
Born and raised in San Diego, the beautiful Jolene Blalock left for Europe at the young age of 16 to pursue modeling. When she returned to the States, she did a few commercials and then trained with the Stella Adler Academy, Toronto's Second City Improv, and Second City Los Angeles. She made her television debut on "Veronica's Closet" in 1998 and more television appearances quickly followed, notably on "The Love Boat" re-launch "The Love Boat: the Next Wave" and in the TV movie adaptation of the legendary tale "Jason and the Argonauts." She is best remembered for her role opposite Scott Bakula in the 2001 science fiction series "Star Trek: Enterprise," where she portrayed Sub-Commander T'Pol. Her work on the "Star Trek" spin-off earned her many fans and two awards from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films in 2002. After the show wrapped in 2005, Blalock began appearing in one-off roles on a number of television shows, including the medical procedural "House M.D." and popular crime drama "CSI: Miami." She has made her way into several films like the dark Ray Liotta thriller "Slow Burn" and the campy sci-fi sequel "Starship Troopers 3: Marauder."