Jennings Roth Cornet is a creative artist whose films, commercials and other produced works have been broadcast on network tv, cable and the Internet; as have her on screen theatrical and hosting performances. Roth currently works as a staff writer for entertainment news outlets such as Screen Rant and the AMC movie blog. She freelances doing both written and on-camera coverage of red-carpet events, press junkets and celebrity interviews. In addition, she works as a writer, producer and actor on the AT&T sponsored comedy web-series “Fanboy Funhouse” on Craveonline.com where she puppeteers a mercurial, and oddly lascivious, brain in a jar; and does a variety of sketch characters. She began her career in NYC where she trained as an actress with the Meisner technique at the William Esper Studio. She has worked in theater, including the New York Times recommended revival of “Uncle Tom's Cabin,” as well as film and television. After beginning her college career at NYU, she transferred to Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles to complete her film degree. While there, she worked as an associate producer for documentary films, and by the time she was a senior had: Directed actor Martin Sheen in four national PSA's, become a member of the Dean's advisory board, the Kodak international student advisory board, the academic honor society, and co-produced a documentary feature that went on to screen at the Cannes film market and win two Telly awards. Her narrative short film “Muse” won the prestigious Princess Grace Award and Grant, and with that grant money Roth traveled to the West Bank to shoot and direct her own documentary short. Upon graduation she continued her work as a freelance writer, producer and director. In addition, she spent time working in marketing and acquisitions for an international documentary distribution company where she acquired films such as “Operation Homecoming,” which went on to be nominated for an Academy Award. Subsequently, Roth went on to work as a production supervisor and producer for commercials, DVD features, and cross-platform launches for television shows. Projects included “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” “My Name Is Earl,” “Family Guy,” and many more.