Jacqueline Buckingham Anderson is an actress, writer, producer and director.
She is currently working on a sketch comedy series that shines a light on gender assumptions in a post #metoo world to be released in May 2018, and writes about female roles and identity for Thrive Global.
Jacqueline landed her first role as Delilah in Half-Baked, became a regular in comedy sketches on Late Night with David Letterman, and had guest starring roles on Law & Order, Ed, Hack and As the World Turns. She's had numerous supporting roles in independent films such as Portrait directed by Jordan Scott starring Minnie Driver, Intimate Affairs directed by Alan Rudolph starring Nick Nolte, and Corpus Collossum directed by Michael Snow, exhibited at MoMA in 2017.
An activist for global health, Jacqueline wrote and produced a documentary film for AMPATH’s Orphans and Vulnerable Children Program in Kenya and hosted “10 Adventures of a Lifetime” for Outside Television. She has been an on-air style expert for several major networks and produced a style web series to empower women in achieving "instant style at every age, size, shape and budget”.
Connected by her passion for empowering people through a multitude of artistic platforms, Jacqueline founded JBA Art Solutions, Design & Style Consulting, and Style Meets Life under her parent company Jacqueline Buckingham Anderson LLC.
She is a mother of 2 and lives in New York City.