Jenny Frost
Actor, Dancer, Singer
Non Union
“Everything happens for a reason.”
– Marilyn Monroe

Jenny Frost is a 17-year old student who has trained in music and dance for her entire life, spending most of her time on the stage! Jenny has a passion for performing, and her energy and emotion consistently captivate and silence an audience. Jenny is a pre-professional dancer, and has worked with such companies as Millennium, Toronto and the dance program InHayle, where she expanded her experience working with industry professionals in contemporary dance. In 2018, Jenny worked with Dark Dance and trained further in hip hop and urban. In the summer of 2019, Jenny attended the Be Discovered Broadway program in New York, performing jazz, musical theater and working with renowned Broadway professionals. Jenny also competed in a K-POP competition as back-up dancer, that premiered on Korean television in 2018. In that same year, she attended the the summer program at Mather’s Dance Company, LA.

Up to and including 2019, Jenny was a competitive dancer who excelled at acro and contortion, and won many awards for the most compelling performance. She has been recognized as the Most Potential; first Overall Teen Solos and Directors Choice Scholarship winner; the Future Fire Award; First Powerhouse Soloist, and winning the Most Photogenic Senior, Luv2Dance, and her face is on the cover of their Advertising Promotion.

In addition to her competitive dance, Jenny has acted and danced in several music videos (Come Alive, Music Video, Fito Blanco, Karl Woolfe, 2015; Like We Used To, Reign, Music Video, 2015 and Bandit Girl Band, Dancer, Bonnie, 2018). Jenny is also a singer and songwriter who plays piano and performs on stage to local audiences. She has been the Finalist in the Whitby Idol competitions for 2016-2019. As a key character dancer in many performances, she continues to expand her acting experiences, including recently in a TV episodic in a principle role.

Jenny is pursuing her music, dance, film and tv career, as well as teaching dance and songwriting.