Jessica St. Clair Biography: Husband, Height, Net Worth, Children

April 18, 2024
5 mins read

Who is Jessica St. Clair?

Jessica St. Clair was born on 21 September 1976 under the zodiac sign of Virgo, in Princeton, New Jersey USA. She’s a 45-year-old actress, director, producer and writer, probably best recognized for landing the role of Jessica Black in the NBC sitcom “Best Friends Forever” (2012), playing Enna Crawford in the USA Network comedy series “Playing House” (2014-‘17), and featuring as Chloe Brown Mueller in the ABC sitcom “American Housewife” (2017-‘19).

How rich is she, as of now? Jessica St. Clair Net Worth

As of early 2022, Jessica St. Clair’s net worth is estimated at over $8 million; acquired through her successful involvement in the world of entertainment. She has worked on more than 75 television and film acting credits since she launched her career in the late 1990s.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background

Jessica St. Clair spent her early years in Westfield in New Jersey, where she was raised by her father, Michael L. St. Clair, and her mother, Mary Ellen St. Claire; however, their professions aren’t revealed to the public, and it’s also unknown whether she has siblings or not. She holds American nationality, belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group, and is a Christian. Regarding her education, Jessica went to Westfield High School, from which she matriculated in 1994. She then obtained her degree from Middlebury College in Vermont.


Career Beginnings

Jessica St. Clair launched her professional acting career as a regular sketch performer and member of the improv team “Mother”, at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatres in Los Angeles and New York. She started making TV appearances in the late 1990s, when she appeared in such TV shows as “The Colin Quinn Show”, “Things I Hate About You”, and “The Smoking Gun TV”, among many others.

Her debut feature film appearance came in 2004, when she took the role of Jennifer Castle in the comedy film “Terrorists”, which was written and directed by Jay Martel. Her first major TV project was the VH1 comedy series “Best Week Ever”, in which she appeared as a regular panelist from 2006 to 2008.

Image source

Concurrently, she also landed a minor role in Christopher Guest’s comedy film “For Your Consideration” (2006), and featured as Ms Prince in the family comedy film “College Road Trip” (2008), next to Martin Lawrence, Brenda Song, and Kym Whitley.

Rise to Prominence

From 2008 to 2009, Jessica was cast as Sarah in the CBS sitcom “Worst Week”, which was developed by Matt Tarses and based on the British sitcom “The Worst Week Of My Life”, however, the series was short-lived since it was canceled after a single season. She then played Darcy Portola in Michael Polish’s 2009 comedy film “Stay Cool”, alongside Winona Ryder, Sean Astin and Hilary Duff. During the same year, she also landed supporting roles in several film titles, including “The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard”, “Taking Chances”, and “It’s Complicated”, and booked the main role of Emily in the ABC sitcom “In The Motherhood”, opposite Cheryl Hines.


Her next major appearance came the following year, when she had the part of Debbie in the romantic comedy film “She’s Out Of My League”, next to Jay Baruchel and Alice Eve, and featured as Beth in another romantic comedy film entitled “Life As We Know It”, directed by Greg Berlanti. Also in 2010, she appeared in the small part of Rebekkah in the Emmy Award-winning Showtime dark comedy-drama series “Weeds”.

Continued Success

In 2011, Jessica played Whitney in the comedy film “Bridesmaids”, alongside Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, and Maya Rudolph, and featured in the recurring role of Chloe in the NBC anthology comedy series “Love Bites”.

The next year, she co-created, wrote, produced, and starred as Jessica Black in the NBC sitcom “Best Friends Forever”, but which aired for only one season. It was followed by her portrayals of Deena Schuster in the comedy film “Wanderlust”, next to Jennifer Aniston and Paul Rudd, and Denise in the political satire comedy film “The Dictator” with Sacha Baron Cohen in the title role, both released also in 2012.

Thereafter, she featured as Cynthia in the critically acclaimed romantic comedy-drama film “Enough Said” (2013), directed by Nicole Holofcener, and played Dana in the HBO political satire series “Veep” (2013-2014).


She then co-created and appeared as Emma Crawford, in the USA Network comedy series “Playing House”, which she also wrote, produced and directed, and was broadcast for three seasons from 2014 to 2017.

Further Work

While working on “Playing House”, she also continued to work on other projects. From 2014 to 2017, Jessica was cast as Suzanne MacNeil in the Comedy Central mockumentary series “Review”, next to Andy Daly and Megan Stevenson. She also landed the recurring role of Julie in the NBC sitcom “Marry Me”, and played Katrina in the CBS sitcom “The McCarthys”, created by Brian Gallivan and starring Tyler Ritter and Jimmy Dunn, both series aired during 2014 and ‘15.

She also starred as Kristen in the 2015 dark comedy film “Addicted To Fresno”, followed by her portrayal of Leatha Benet in the Seeso / Pluto TV comedy series “Bajillion Dollar Propertie$” (2017-2019).

During the same time, she also played Chloe Brown Mueller in the ABC sitcom “American Housewife”, in which she shared the screen with Katy Mixon, Johnny Sequoyah and Diedrich Bader, the series was created and written by Sarah Dunn. She then had the parts of Ruth in the romantic comedy film “Dog Days” (2018), along with Eva Longoria, Vanessa Hudgens and Nina Dobrev, and Captain Lade’e in the YouTube Red action-comedy series “Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes On Television” (2019).


Recent and Upcoming Projects

From 2019 to 2020, Jessica St. Clair provided her voice to Connie Robinson and additional characters in the Primetime Emmy Award-nominated TBS adult animated series “American Dad!”. The next year was really busy for Jessica, as she played Kim in the comedy film “Like A Boss”, next to Tiffany Haddish and Salma Hayek, and featured as Leslie in the romantic action comedy film “Superintelligence”, alongside Melissa McCarthy, then took the recurring roles of Mia in the HBO sci-fi comedy series “Avenue 5”, and Kelly King in the Netflix workplace comedy series “Space Force”, in which she shared the screen with Steve Carell, Ben Schwartz, and John Malkovich. Most recently, she starred in the role of Dolores in the ABC period sitcom “The Goldbergs” from 2020 to 2021.

Speaking about her upcoming projects, it’s announced that she will play Annabel in the ABC comedy series “Not Dead Yet”.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Jessica St. Clair has long blonde-dyed hair and blue eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 7ins (1.78m), weighs around 123lbs (56kgs), with vital statistics of 34-24-36, bra size 34B, dress size 4 (US), and shoe size 7 (US).

Personal Life

Jessica St. Clair is a married woman – the name of her husband is Dan O’Brien, who is a playwright and poet by profession. The two exchanged their wedding vows at a ceremony held on 15 July 2006, and welcomed their so far only child, a daughter named Isobel Kelly O’Brien, on 1 October 2013. The family currently resides in Los Angeles, California. In 2015, she was diagnosed with breast cancer, so underwent successful treatment for that.

Martha Clifford

As an Author at Net Worth Post, I guide a dedicated team in the art of revealing the stories behind the world's most influential personalities. Fueled by a relentless curiosity and a knack for uncovering hidden stories, I immerse myself in the intricacies of our subjects' lives, weaving together accurate data and compelling narratives. My involvement spans the entire editorial process, from the seed of research to the final flourish of publication, ensuring that every article not only educates but also captivates and motivates our audience.

At Net Worth Post, we are committed to providing thorough investigations into the net worth and life achievements of innovators across diverse sectors such as technology, culture, and social entrepreneurship. My method merges meticulous research with eloquent storytelling, designed to bridge the gap between our readers and the remarkable individuals who redefine our tomorrow. Through spotlighting their journeys to success, the hurdles they've surmounted, and their contributions to society, we aim to give our readers a deep and inspiring insight into the luminaries who are paving the way for progress and ingenuity in the modern era.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Don't Miss