‘Killing Kennedy': First Glimpse of Ginnifer Goodwin as Jackie

Credit: AP Photo/White House/Mark Shaw

The National Geographic Channel has been releasing a series of photos from their November TV movie Killing Kennedy, each worthy of Zapruder-like scrutiny. First, they gave us Rob Lowe as JFK. And now they’ve given us our first glimpse of Ginnifer Goodwin as Jackie. With her hair styled into that iconic coif, she’s pretty much the spitting image of the former First Lady. Of course, she’s following in the footsteps of many, many actresses before her, like Jaclyn Smith in the 1981 TV movie Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, Katie Holmes in 2011’s controversial mini-series The Kennedys, and Minka Kelly in this coming August’s The Butler. Check out the photo of Goodwin as Jackie O. (in her pre-O. days) below and see how she compares to others who’ve played her.

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