|Date Of Birth||30 September 1971|
|Age||47 years 0 months 17 days|
|Day of Birth||Thursday|
|Place Of Birth||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Professions||Producer , Actress , Dancer|
|Birth Name||Jennifer Mary Butala|
|Full Name||Jennifer Mary Elfman|
|Residence||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Body Features & Measurements|
|Height|| 178 CM|
5 Feet 10 Inches
|Weight|| 55 KG|
|Father||Richard Butala (Hughes Aircraft executive)|
|Mother||Sue Grace Butala (homemaker)|
|Sons|| Story Elias Elfman (born On July 23, 2007) |
Easton Quinn Monroe Elfman (born On March 2, 2010)
|Wife||Bodhi Elfman (married 1995)|
|Brother||Rick Butala (Elder born in 1961)|
|Sister||Debbie Butala (Elder; born in 1957)|
|Cousins|| Anthony Butala (Tony Butala's son) |
Lisa Butala (Tony Butala's Daughter)
Regina Butala (Tony Butala's Daughter)
Rebecca Butala (Tony Butala's Daughter)
|Uncle||Tony Butala (Richard Butala's brother)|
|Aunt||Judith Ann Blaskovich (Tony Butala's Ex-wife)|
|Father In-Law||Richard Elfman|
|Mother In-Law||Rhonda Joy Saboff|
|Uncle in-law||Danny Elfman (Composer)|
|Education||The Beverly Hills Playhouse (Acting school)|
|Education (High School)||Los Angeles County High School for the Arts(1989)|
|Education(College)||California State University, Northridge|
|Love, Romance, Marriage|
|Debut (Music Video)||Halo (1990)|
|Favorites, Hobbies, Likes/ Dislikes|
|Social Networks, Web links|
|Wiki Page||Wiki Page|
|Facebook Profile||Facebook Profile|
|Twitter Profile||Twitter Profile|
|Official Website||Official Website|
|Instagram Profile||Instagram Profile|
|YouTube Channel||YouTube Channel|
|Net worth||$4 Million|
Jennifer Elfman is an American TV & Movie actress. Jennifer is most popular for her role as Dharma Freedom Finkelstein Montgomery in the TV series Dharma & Greg (1997-2002), she made her debut through Murder, She Wrote(1992).
Jenna Elfman was born on September 30, 1971 in Los Angeles, California to the Sue Grace Butala(mother) & Richard Butala(father) an Aircraft executive of Croatian descent as their youngest daughter. She has two elder siblings, a brother named Rick Butala and a sister named Debbie Butala.
Image: Jenna Elfman Childhood photo- at the age 10
Tony Butala, a singer who was part of the band The Lettermen, through him Jenna has 4 cousins.
Jenna Elfman & Bodhi Elfman: Jenna Elfman & her future husband Bodhi met during a 'sprite' commercial in early 1991. They got married on 18th February 1995.
The couple have two children, both sons Story Elias Elfman(born 2007) & Easton Quinn Monroe Elfman(born 2010).
Jenna Elfman & Scientology: Jenna was born to Roman Catholic parents, her husband Bodhi was born in a Jewish family, at the time they were dating Bodhi was a practicing Scientologist, after being introduced to the Scientology she became a follower herself.
She co-hosted a Scientology affiliated Detoxification Project Charity Event for New York Rescue Workers along with Charlie Sheen a fellow Scientologist.
Jenna Elfman podcast with husband Bodhi & Sons
Janna Elfman being a new comer to the entertainment industry had to go through difficulties to establish herself.
Jenna appeared in music videos like Halo(1990) with Depeche Mode. Black Lodge(1993) with Anthrax, Somebody's Crying(1995) with Chris Isaak.
TV debut: Murder, She Wrote(1992) was her actual debut TV, she appeared as a background dancer in the series.
Some of her popular TV series are- Townies(1996), Dharma & Greg(1997-2002), Courting Alex(2006), Accidentally on Purpose2009–2010), 1600 Penn(2012–2013), Growing Up Fisher(2014), Imaginary Mary(2017).
Movie Debut: Jenna Elfman made her debut in 1997 throughout the movie Grosse Pointe Blank in the role of Tanya.
Some of her popular movies include- Krippendorf's Tribe (1998), Edtv (1999), Keeping the Faith (2000), Touched (2005), Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003), Big Stone Gap (2014) among others.
As a voice artist: She lent her voice to the Owl character in the fantasy comedy movie Dr. Dolittle. She has also voiced characters in movies like The Tangerine Bear, CyberWorld, Clifford's Really Big Movie, What's Hip, Doc?