Jill Flint is an actress who is famously recognised for her performance in a lead role as Dr. Jordan Alexander in the American medical drama series, The Night Shift which ran from May 27, 2014, to August 31, 2017, on NBC. The amazing actress has further displayed her acting abilities in various motion pictures as she has portrayed Kate O’ Toole in the movie, On Broadway, Annie in The Women and Lana Delaney in The Good Wife. Having been featured mostly on the small screen, Jill Flint’s television credits include Law &Order: Trial by Jury, Six Degrees, CSI: Miami, Royal Pains and several others. Although the adept actress is yet to register an award, she has gone ahead to make worthwhile contributions to the movie industry through her exceptional works.
Jill Flint Biography
It was on the 25th of November 19, 1977, that the adept actress was born in Cherry Valley New York, United States of America. Information regarding Flint’s parents, siblings and educational endeavors have not been made available to the public.
Jill Flint commenced her career in 2004 when she landed the role of an Obnoxious Girl in the romantic comedy-drama movie, Garden State, written and directed by Zach Braff, starring Natalie Portman, Ian Holm and Peter Sarsgaard. Two years later, she played an uncredited role of an Elevator woman in Johnny Montana.
Later in 2007, Flint was cast as Kate O’Toole in the independent film, On Broadway and in the following year, the skilled actress played three different roles in three diverse movies, unfortunately, her role as Lou’s Secretary in the satirical comedy-drama, What Just Happened was not credited. Her other roles include Annie in the 2008 comedy movie, The Women, starring Meg Ryan, Eva Mendes, and Jada Pinkett Smith. She was Shelley Feder in the biographical drama film, Cadillac Records, written by Darnell Martin and produced by Sofia Sondervan and Andrew Lack, featuring Beyoncé, Adrien Brody and Jeffrey Wright.
Jill Flint later made an appearance as a receptionist in the 2012 American superhero movie, The Amazing Spider-Man which was based on the Marvel Comics character, Spider-Man. Aside from gracing the big screen with her unique acting qualities, Flint has also starred in numerous television works which include her role as Karen Masters in the American television drama, Law & Order: Trial by Jury, that entailed criminal trials set in New York City. She further appeared in three episodes of the NBC TV drama series, Conviction as Lisa Sandorff.
In 2006, Flint was cast to play the role of Trisha in an episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent. She followed it up in the next year by playing recurring roles in five episodes of the TV series, Six Degrees, that focused on six residents of New York City and their respective relationships and connections with one another, based on the idea of six degrees of separation.
She secured her break out role in The Good Wife which was critically lauded, Jill Flint had put up an impressive performance as Bex in the teen drama TV series, Gossip Girl, which ran on The CW Network for six seasons. Then, from 2014 to 2017, Flint took the centre stage as she brilliantly enacted the character of Dr. Jordan Alexander in the medical drama TV series, The Night Shift, created by Gabe Sachs and Jeff Judah. The highlight of her television credits includes Blue Blood, Royal Pains, Mercy, Nurse Jackie, Elementary, Bull, and others.
Jill Flint has earned an impressive fortune from her career which is still on the rise. Through her acting works over the years, the brilliant actress has gathered an estimated sum of $3 million as her financial value.
Jill Flint’s Family – Her Husband and Children
The gorgeous actress is a married woman and she is married to Drew Conrad. The pair walked down the aisle on 10th October 2014, and there is no available information about them welcoming any child yet. The couple is still waxing strong together and they reside in Brooklyn, New York.
Flint’s husband is a New York-born visual artist who obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia and equally earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in 2005. He has exhibited some of his artistic works in many galleries across the United States including his work, ‘Conjure those Spirits, Shake them Ghost, Signs and Symbols’ which he exhibited in New York, in 2019.