The Multiple Personalities of the Multi-Talented Comedian Jen Tullock |
Blackbook Magazine, July 2011 Comedian Jen Tullock and Her Many Personalities
| America's Comedy, July 2011The Many Faces of Actress/Comedian Jen Tullock
| BrooklyntheBorough.com, December 2010George & Laura Bush Perform
"As Laura, Jennifer
Tullock is the production’s bright spot, infusing every line with
sprightly business and driving the play's thoroughly satisfying ending."
- Time Out New York
stellar performances by Peter Zerneck and Jennifer Tullock...Zerneck
and Tullock deliver perfectly consistent and spirited performances"
On the Head of a Pin
"Jen Tullock, as Kathleen Crane, is so much fun to watch, a machine gun of matter-of-fact manipulation."
"The cast of nince shines...especially memorable [is] Tullock’s authentic realist"
- Backstage.comFabulous! The Search for an American Icon
“In [the production] Tullock maintains that she is the secret
love child of Barbra Streisand and Ryan O’Neal. After seeing her
performance, one might truly believe she is the daughter of Carol
Burnett and Jack
“well written and played with near flawless comic timing by Tullock.”
“Shifting seamlessly through a small parade of characters…she unfolds a story both funny and moving.”
- Chicago League of Theatres
The Interestings (Penguin audiobook, library edition)
"Jen Tullock gives a tour de force performance, creating authentic, distinct voices for each and every major character—both their insecure, stammering teenage versions and their more mature, adult incarnations—as well as the supporting cast, including an Icelandic camp employee, two Moonies who recruit one of the friends into the cult, and a grizzled Vietnam veteran. Tullock is especially impressive during heart-to-heart conversations or angry arguments, flipping effortlessly back and forth between character voices and, more importantly, conveying each character’s passionate, heartfelt point of view. This is a must-listen performance."
- Publishers Weekly