Jessica Barth is a Philadelphia-born writer, actress, activist, producer, wife and mother living in Los Angeles. You might recognize her from her hilarious role as Tami-Lynn in the Seth MacFarlane franchise TED, in which she marries Mark Wahlberg’s best friend and thunder buddy, Ted.
Her other endeavors include various film and television projects such as How I Met Your Mother, Family Guy, Days of our Lives, Get Smart, multiple stage performances and the highly-anticipated upcoming horror film, Tell Me Your Name of which she is a producer.
Jessica also works with the foster community at Aviva Family Services where she helps to raise funds and awareness for at-risk youth and leads workshops on female empowerment, acting and improvisation.
Balancing her career in the entertainment industry and her passion for empowering women along with the daily life of being a wife and a mother has led to the creation of this lifestyle website geared towards mothers. Here you will find humorous and helpful ways to navigate everything from the glamour and glitz of Hollywood life to the goodness and goo of wife and motherhood all the while figuring out ways to find and maintain your joy, your passion, your balance and yourself!
A NOTE FROM JESSICA
As readers of our blog I am going to give you a sneak peak at my answers I am going to pretend I came up with on the spot when James Lipton interviews me for “Inside the Actors Studio”!
What is your favorite word? Momma
What is your least favorite word? Vulva
What turns you on? My husband. No, really.
What turns you off? Bad smells. Arrogance.
What is your favorite curse word? Horseshit.
What sound or noise do you love? My baby’s breath. My children laughing. The ocean.
What sound or noise do you not like? Silverware scraping against plates or bowls.
What profession other than yours would you like to attempt? An interior designer. I already like to fancy myself as one 😉
What profession would you not like to attempt? I spent a lot of time working in restaurants and we would have to bring our dirty dishes to get washed but before they went to the actual dishwasher, someone had to stand there and scrape the dishes of all the food. I would not like to attempt this profession. At all. This or a bathroom attendant. Neither would be on the top of my list.
If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say as you enter the Pearly Gates?
“Thank you. Your father is waiting for you right over there.”