TO THE BEAT!
To The Beat! follows twins Mia and Mackie as they form separate tap and jazz dance teams to compete against each other in a contest, while their neighbor and nemesis, Avery, uses her charm and resources to get the upper hand in the competition.
This film is Jillian's directorial debut and also the first feature she has ever co-written.
Lindsey Lou has a problem. A missing father/
psychic brother/drinking mother/estranged husband/ washed-up local TV host/used car/sherpa/goat kind of problem.
Jillian stars as Lindsey Lou in this dark comedy about learning to live after losing someone you love, she also produced the film.
The film is currently streaming for FREE on Amazon Prime!
A young priest finds himself in danger when he goes too far in his search for heaven and hell.
Available now on Amazon Prime.
BY GOD'S GRACE
A faith-based, holiday film that tells the story of a young man full of anger who is shown a new perspective on his empty life by his little sister.
Available now on Amazon!
A vacationing family encounters an alien threat in this thriller based on the real-life Brown Mountain Lights phenomenon in North Carolina.
Jennifer's thirtieth birthday party is supposed to be a special day. But what starts out as a day of celebration quickly spirals into a most ill-fated day Jennifer wishes she could forget, in this ensemble comedy set entirely in a kitchen.
Ladies of the Lake is based on the novel by Ken Corday, which centers around the murders surrounding the rich and powerful women of the Avalon gated community.
You can watch the both seasons on Amazon.
When her ties to a grisly Hollywood suicide skyrocket her to fame, struggling actress Polly learns just how far she'll go to stay in the limelight - even if her dreams of stardom come with a body count.
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Acting Dead is a deathly funny dark comedy about the world of Hollywood zombies. And not just the ones leaving their Botox appointments in Beverly Hills. What if your acting career had taken a turn for the worse and your only option to get a role, to be cast in any number of the ever-growing popular zombie-based TV shows and movies...was to actually become one?
Acting Dead is also the first independent series to win a Primetime Emmy in the Short Form Category.
Clutch is an alt-femme fatale series. Jillian's character made her debut in the last episode of Season 2 as Nicole.
You can view the whole series by clickng here.
A teen drama that follows the story of Tori Archer, a Malibu girl growing up without much guidance from her mega-successful parents, William (a famous author) and Elizabeth (Hollywood's publicist to the stars). She has a heart of gold, and knows right from wrong, but succumbs to peer pressure and consistently makes poor choices that cause irrepressible situations and problems.
2018, Indie Series Awards Nominated, ISA Best Guest Actress - Drama for Ladies of The Lake
2017, Indie Series Awards Nominated, ISA Best Guest Actress - Comedy for Fame Dogs
2015, Indie Series Awards Nominated, ISA Best Actress - Comedy for Acting Dead
2014, Austin Indie Flix Showcase Won, Jury Award Best Actress for Acting Dead
2014 Indie Series Awards Won, ISA Best Supporting Actress - Drama for Clutch
2014, International Academy of Web Television Awards, Nominated, IAWTV Award Best Ensemble Performance for Clutch
2013, Indie Series Awards, Nominated, ISA Best Actress - Drama for Miss Behave
2012, Indie Series Awards, Nominated, ISA Best Actress - Drama for Miss Behave
2011, Indie Series Awards, Nominated, ISA Outstanding Lead Actress for Miss Behave
2005, Young Artist Awards, Nominated, Young Artist Award Best Performance in a Short Film for Chasing Daylight
2005, Young Artist Awards, Won, Best Performance in a Television Series - Recurring Young Actress for Days of Our Lives
2004, Young Artist Awards, Won, Best Performance in a Television Series - Recurring Young Actress for Days of Our Lives
2004, Young Artist Awards, Nominated, Young Artist Awards, Best Performance in a Feature Film - Young Actress Age Ten or Younger for Quigley
2003, Young Artist Awards, Nominated, Young Artist Awards, Best Performance in a Commercial "Children's Tylenol".
2003, Valley Theatre League A.D.A. Awards, Nominated, Best Supporting Actress for Meet Me At The Oak
2003, LAAREP, Won, Best Child Actor for Meet Me at The Oak