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Meet Pepper Jensen

I was born in Fort Thomas, KY, before being adopted as an infant and moving to Clifton, VA. I then lived in Essex Vermont until I was 9, and started acting with the New England Performing Arts Center in Vermont at the age of 4. 

At the age of 10, I had moved to Terre Haute, Indiana, and began acting in Children's theater, staring in many lead roles throughout middle school. I at that time began dance classes, and starting tumbling with the local All Stars. I continued acting through high school, all the while living on our small farm, learning horseback riding. 

I went to UNC Pembroke in North Carolina, where I got my BA in Theatre Arts. In college I studied stage combat, ballet, choreography, acting, directing, improv and Shakespeare. 

After college I certified as a Zumba instructor for the Raleigh area, and began writing and directing for London Salt Productions, for which I became the Vice President of Theatrical Arts for the town of Apex, NC. I continued my acting career with the Cape Fear Regional Theater of Fayetteville, and segwayed from a high-school and college mascot to professionally mascoting for the the Carolina Railhawks USC soccer team. 

In 2018, I moved to Los Angeles, and began an Independent Production Company; RedSeaVeil Productions.

I've starred and co-starred in a number of short films and tv-shows since 2018, and was nominated as best actor and won best acting ensemble in Visa Issues. 

I'm continuing acting training with coaches in LA. In 2021 I was able to publish my first book The Comet Struck Thus, and release my first song, I killed God. 

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