A graduate of Ryerson Theater School, Jhene has played both staring and supporting roles in various films and television series, including, the lead in the feature film "The Fishing Trip", that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. For "The Fishing Trip", Jhene received glowing reviews in numerous publications including Variety, Cineaction Magazine, and The Toronto Star. In the Family Channel's M.O.W., "Night of the Twisters", she also played a lead role. For Janice Gambles story on CBCs "The Scales of Justice", Jhene held the title role playing the first woman in Canada to be convicted of first-degree murder. She appeared as Joanna Stubbins on the hit television series, "Psych", as the attorney Snyder in the feature film "Crimes of the Past". She was also a regular, playing Bess Marvin, on the New Line television series "Nancy Drew". As a regular on the CBC television series, "Liberty Street", she played the resident bad girl, Teena Siracusa. Jhene is a published poet (Onyx Anthology of Spoken Word,) whose writing landed her a demo deal with EMI London collaborating with DJ Wai Wan. She has since independently released two spoken word-trip hop hybrid CDs. The single "That Kind of Boy", was chosen for Ars Novas Hottest Independent Artists: Electronic/Dance, CD and These Thoughts, hit the top 20 on American Idol Underground. Jhene co-created and optioned a reality TV show to the Los Angeles based, production company, Grainy Pictures and was the writing assistant to David Hayter, whose screen writing credits include "X-Men" and "Watchmen". Able to work in both Canada and the US, she is currently in post production on her short film, "The House I Keep".