Jennifer Rubin Biography
She used to compete as a swimmer before she was discovered by Ford Agency while she was taking a walk across the University of Arizona. She doesnt know that it was the day that would change the course of her entire life forever.
This 59 tall hot and sexy beauty was the original model of Calvin Kleins Obsession ads. Measuring 34B2534, Jennifer Rubin was the 1984 Ford Model of the Year. She started to appear in films early in the 1980s. She was seen on notable flicks such as A Nightmare on Elm Street in 1984, where she played as Taryn and the Keanu Reeves starrer Permanent Record in 1987, where she played as Lauren. In 1988, she starred in the film Bad Dreams as Cynthia, the sole survivor of a mass suicide, who after 13 years of being in comatose, woke up and was haunted by her cult leader through her dreams.
Her role in the 1991 movie by Oliver Stone, The Doors was remarkable in spite of being short. That same year, she starred as the lead of the cable TV movie Victim of Beauty, where she played the role of Allie Holton, a model whose male admirers were being eliminated one by one by a mysterious killer. In 1992, she again played a lead role via the film A Woman, Her Men and Her Futon as Helen, a writer who has been in several unstable relationships and who used her experiences to finish her film script.
In 1995, Jennifer Rubin starred in the cable TV remake of the 1960 classic horror Wasp Woman, where she played the role of an aging model who took a serum to restore her youth. The serum made her younger but sometimes, she would turn into a wasp woman who kills people.
In real life, Jennifer Rubin married the Greek/Canadian actor Elias Koteas in 1987, but they were divorced in the year 1990. She continued to appear with roles on TV and films until her Hollywood career started to lay low starting from the year 1991 and onwards.