Jennifer Mary “Jenna” Elfman is an American television and film actress. She is best known for her role as Dharma on the 1997–2002 American television sitcom Dharma & Greg.
Quotes by Jenna Elfman
It proved to me, though, that comedy is so much harder. You know, she was a girl. She was a female. And she wasn't like, trying to compete in a man's world and she wasn't trying to be in a man's position, she was just who she was. And I think that was like, a good thing. I got good notice from that show, and on the last day of filming Townies, Twentieth Century Fox called wanting to meet with me about a development deal. There's a power in women being women. There's a role for men, but we don't have to be men, because we're women. I think that representing that on television is a cool thing. The most memorable moment was playing drums with Bob Dylan. I loved that about her because I knew it would open the door for a lot of comedy, because I knew that the conflict would come, because not many people live like the way she does. Drama is not hard for me. It just didn't seem hard. Especially while television I think is going through some growing pains or is in need of - I think current comedy is a bit, uh, not happening, you know? Like, to do a pilot, you don't know what's going to happen with it. In comedy, something may be more absurd, but you have to believe just as much as you do when you're doing drama.