Jill Flint is an actress who gained wider recognition for her performance in a lead role as Dr. Jordan Alexander in the American medical drama series, The Night Shift; the series ran from May 27, 2014, to August 31, 2017, on NBC. The amazing actress has further displayed her acting abilities in various motion pictures as she portrayed Kate O’ Toole in the movie On Broadway, Annie in The Women, and Lana Delaney in The Good Wife.
Having been featured mostly on the small screen, Jill Flint’s television credits include Law & Order: Trial by Jury, Six Degrees, CSI: Miami, Royal Pains, and several others. Although the adept entertainer is yet to register an award, she has gone ahead to make worthwhile contributions to the movie industry through her exceptional works.
Here Is What We Know About Jill Flint’s Life Story
It was on the 25th of November, 1977, that Jill Flint was born. The actress’ given name at birth is Jill Marie Flint, but it seems she prefers the shorter version of Jill Flint as a stage identity. Flint’s place of birth is captured as Cherry Valley, New York, in the United States of America, which makes her an American by nationality.
Information regarding the American actress’ parents, siblings, and educational endeavors has not been made available to the public, but it is on record that the male members of the Flint Family are automotive enthusiasts who work as race car drivers and mechanics; this is the case with her father and brother, though their identity has not been revealed.
The Actress Has Been Married Since 2014
The gorgeous actress is a married woman, and she is married to Drew Conrad. The pair walked down the aisle on 10th October 2014. Though their union has endured for almost six years, there is no available information about them welcoming any child yet. The couple is still waxing strong together, and they reside in Brooklyn, New York, where they quarantined with their furry friend.
Flint’s husband is a New York-born visual artist who obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia, and equally earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in 2005. He has exhibited some of his artistic works in many galleries across the United States, including his work, ‘Conjure those Spirits, Shake them Ghost, Signs and Symbols,’ which he exhibited in New York, in 2019.
Her Career in The Movie Industry Started Rather Late
Jill Flint is one of the late bloomers in the entertainment industry as the actress was well into her late twenties before landing her debut role. Jill was already 27 years old when she commenced her career in 2004, earning the role of an obnoxious girl in the romantic comedy-drama movie, Garden State, written, and directed by Zach Braff.
The movie starred the likes of Natalie Portman, Ian Holm, and Peter Sarsgaard. Even as she started late, a couple of years elapsed before she got her next role as an Elevator woman in Johnny Montana; however, the role was an uncredited one. Later in 2007, Flint was cast as Kate O’Toole in the independent film, On Broadway, and in the following year being 2008, the skilled actress played three different roles in three diverse movies, unfortunately, her role as Lou’s Secretary in the satirical comedy-drama, What Just Happened, was not credited.
Her other roles during that period include Annie in the 2008 comedy movie, The Women, starring Hollywood greats like Meg Ryan, Eva Mendes, and Jada Pinkett Smith. She was Shelley Feder in the biographical drama film, Cadillac Records, written by Darnell Martin and produced by Sofia Sondervan and Andrew Lack. The movie featured legends like Beyoncé, Adrien Brody, and Jeffrey Wright.
The year 2009 saw her on the set of How I Got Lost, playing the role of Vincent. Jill Flint also gave expression to the character of Kelly Monaghan in Fake, which was released in 2011 and later made an appearance as a receptionist in the 2012 American superhero movie, The Amazing Spider-Man, which was based on the Marvel Comics character, Spider-Man. The famed actress recorded another uncredited movie role in the 2018 film, The Mule, where she was featured as Pam.
She Has Made Her Mark On Television
Aside from gracing the big screen with her unique acting qualities, Flint has also starred in numerous television works, which include her role as Karen Masters in the American television drama, Law & Order: Trial by Jury that entailed criminal trials set in New York City. In the TV drama, she appeared in The Abominable Showman episode. In 2006, the veteran entertainer appeared in three episodes of the NBC TV drama series, Conviction, as Lisa Sandorff.
Later in the same year, Flint was cast to play the role of Trisha in The War at Home episode of Law & Order: Criminal Intent. She followed it up in 2007 by playing recurring roles in five episodes of the TV series, Six Degrees, that focused on six residents of New York City and their respective relationships and connections with one another, based on the idea of six degrees of separation.
Jill Flint put up an impressive performance as Bex in four episodes of the teen drama TV series, Gossip Girl, which ran on The CW Network for six seasons from 2007 to 2009. The television movie Blue Blood, which came to light in 2008, cast her in the role of Kara, and the next year, she joined the cast of Nurse Jackie, breathing life into the character of Melissa Greenfield in four episodes.
Jill Flint’s Breakout Role Came on the Set of The Good Wife
She secured her breakout role in 12 episodes of the CBS drama, The Good Wife, which lasted from 2009 to 2014. In the drama, Jill Flint’s recurring character as FBI Agent Lana Delaney was critically lauded. The actress became a series regular in the USA Network’s hit series, Royal Pains, that graced our screen from 2009 till 2012 and again in 2016.
In Royal Pains, Jill was cast as Jill Casey in a major role for 49 episodes, and later, she got a recurring role that lasted for just four episodes. She became part of the cast of Mercy in 2010, appearing in three episodes as Simone Sands. A couple of years later, the prolific actress showed up in the Last Straw episode of CSI: Miami, giving expression to the character of Elle Toring. Elementary, a 2013 series had her on the set, depicting Alysa Darvin/Elle Basten in the Snow Angels episode.
Playing Dr. Jordan Alexander in The Night Shift Was A Career-Defining Role For Flint
In 2014, Flint took the center stage as she brilliantly enacted the character of Dr. Jordan Alexander in the NBC medical drama TV series, The Night Shift. The series, which lasted till 2017, was created by Gabe Sachs and Jeff Judah. Flint appeared in a total of 45 episodes as a major character.
Between 2016 to 2019, Jill Flint appeared as Diana Lindsay who was depicted as the on-again, off-again romantic interest to Dr. Jason Bull in six episodes of the CBS series Bull. The actress will likely grace our screen again as she is still relevant in the movie world.