Oregon-born Jenny Wade has parlayed her fresh-faced good looks and excellent comic timing into a number of roles. She made her debut on MTV's drama "Undressed," which brought her to the attention of filmmaker and playwright Neil LaBute. He cast her in a short film opposite Aaron Eckhart before offering Wade an uncredited role in the 2000 comedy "Nurse Betty." From there, Wade started working regularly in both film and television. Her first major role came in 2005's "Monster-In-Law," in which she played the nubile young replacement for Jane Fonda's aging newscaster. Other notable films she featured in include Wes Craven's airplane thriller "Red Eye" and the comedic horror movie "Feast," in which she had a much-discussed nude scene. She also featured in the two sequels to that film. Wade has found additional success on television in recent years: in 2008 she was cast in the CW fantasy series "Reaper" and 2010 saw her in FOX's "The Good Guys," opposite Colin Hanks and Bradley Whitford. Her next project is 2012's "The Wedding Band," a television series about a group of musicians. She has also appeared in a number of music videos for artists as diverse as Jennifer Lopez and Metallica. Wade is very active on the social networking service Twitter.