Jennice Butler


A native of Springfield, Missouri, Jennice has been enjoying great commercial success since being in Los Angeles while also pursuing her passion for theatre and dabbling in film.  Jennice holds an MFA in Acting from UC Irvine and a BS in Theatre from University of Evansville, IN. She’s also an alum of iO West’s Improv training program.  She is a new member of The Road Theatre in NoHo. Extensive theatre credits include Sybil in Private Lives at ICT in Long Beach, Maggie in Lend Me a Tenor and Abigail in The Crucible at SRT in Santa Rosa, CA. Other Regional work includes Imogen in Cymbeline at Great River Shakespeare Festival. She also performed as Hamlet (and most of the other characters throughout the different incarnations) in the drinking game productions of Hamlet produced by If/Then Ensemble, which has spanned into Chicago and New York. (You can ask her about it if it intrigues you… it’s quite entertaining).  Her most recent commercial success was with Liberty Mutual which played during the 2014 Winter Olympics. Some other spots have been with McDonald’s, Liberty Bank and Sam’s Club. Film credits include Blueberry Cornelius and several episodes for the popular web series How to Fake it in America, where she played a dry, sarcastic hipster.  Jennice also stars in a project in production: Check OFF, which she worked on with writer/producer and founding Fugitive Kind member Jim Senti.