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Jane Gennaro was born on 1953 in The Bronx, New York City, is an Illustrator, writer, playwright, voice actress, fine artist. At 67 years old, Jane Gennaro height not available right now. We will update Jane Gennaro's height soon as possible.

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Occupation Illustrator, writer, playwright, voice actress, fine artist
Age 67 years old
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Birthplace The Bronx, New York City
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She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Jane Gennaro worth at the age of 67 years old? Jane Gennaro’s income source is mostly from being a successful Illustrator. She is from American. We have estimated Jane Gennaro's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

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2019

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Gennaro wrote and performed “Heebie Jeebies” in Culture Project’s Impact on the Gulf Festival, at Chashama in New York City and had an article published.

2013

In 2013 Gennaro was among the women authors of “No Kidding, Women Writers on Bypassing Parenthood” edited by Henriette Mantel.

2012

In 2012, an exhibition of the illustrated journals Gennaro has been keeping since 1988 was shown in Journeys: Jane Gennaro and Linda Mussman at Time & Space Ltd., Hudson, NY.

2010

In October 2010 her "Feed the Models!" exhibit opened at The World Monuments Fund Gallery in New York City. Vision to Visuals columnist Baldev Duggal wrote “It takes an artist like Gennaro to reflect back to us the truth—the tension that lies beneath the beautiful mirage of carefully doctored aesthetics and loss of self identity.” Feed the Models was featured at Adelphi University in Garden City, New York, and in November 2011–January 2012 was featured at the Fashion Institute of Technology's Fred P. Pomerantz Art and Design Center.

2008

Gennaro's "Articulate Remains", including the "Bones and Egg", "Brides of Bone" and "Kinderdraussen" series, were exhibited at TSL Gallery in Hudson in 2008, and at Rogue Space in Chelsea in 2009. Surrounded by the art, she delivered her monologue “Shaking the Goose Egg”. A review in dArt International magazine state that "The exhibition’s title... refers to the artist giving voice to the objects that she finds in nature... the monologue is a vivid piece of confessional theatre that reveals complex feelings of hope, guilt and responsibility."

2002

From 2002-2003 Gennaro was a commentator on NPR’s All Things Considered and a character actor in satires written by Bruce Kluger and David Slavin.

1992

In 1992 Gennaro completed “Una Donna in Coma”, a play for five actors.

1991

In 1991 she performed "Reality Ranch" at the American Place Theatre, dealing with the struggle of a magazine writer to attain self-knowledge in a world of infotainment. The 'New York Times described Gennaro, as “using her disarmingly affable personality to make satiric stabs at quick fading fads that tend to make one feel a step behind the times”.

Gennaro was the first female writer for Don Imus' show on WFAN (1991-92), humorously rebutting his sexist teasing in character as Leona Helmsley, Diane Sawyer, Jeri Hall and others.

1988

In 1988, Gennaro's solo play "The Boob Story" opened at The American Place Theatre in New York, directed by Wynn Handman. The show was described as "a cautionary serio-comic monologue about breast fetishism in America, and the perils of getting too much of what one wants." Stephen Holden of the New York Times called the work an “ingenious conceit” and described Gennaro as “an engaging storyteller and skillful mimic.” The New York Post's Bill Ervolino called her “wonderfully appealing and a creator of a colorful gallery of losers, friends and fools.”

1986

From 1986-1987 Gennaro was a writer/performer on The Joey Reynolds Show on WNBC and was the traffic reporter on The Alan Colmes Show. Gennaro was a substitute host for Lynn Samuels on WABC. She did a limited engagement as “The Weather Girl” on WOR’s Rambling with Gambling in 1998.

1982

Between 1982-1983 Gennaro performed with her real-life sisters, as "Those Gennaro Sisters", appearing regularly at Carolines in New York City and other east coast comedy clubs. The act was described as “a fast-paced mixture of music, comedy and satire."

1977

Between 1977-1984 Gennaro performed at The Comic Strip, The Improvisation and Catch a Rising Star in New York City in an act that included singing impressions of MTV rock stars Tina Turner, Yoko Ono, Prince, David Bowie, Annie Lennox and Madonna. Billed as "Mud, Sweat & Jears," Gennaro voiced Cyndi Lauper on the novelty record, "Every Dawg Has Its Day" (Atlantic), a dance tune parody of the pro-wrestling craze. In 1979, George Shea in Attenzione magazine suggested that Gennaro probably is the first Italian stand-up comedienne.

1976

Gennaro was hired by MAD Magazine editor Jerry DeFuccio to caricature him on personal stationary designs between 1976 and 1978. Gennaro lllustrated the MAD ad for Al Jaffe’s “Clods Letters to Mad” and sang on the Mad Magazine novelty record “Makin’ Out”.

From 1976-1977 Gennaro worked for Barbara Jo Slate, Inc. drawing Slate's feminist cartoon character, Ms. Liz, which appeared on millions of greeting cards.

1975

Gennaro's illustrations and cover art were first published in song books by Chappell Music in 1975.

1953

Jane Gennaro (born 1953 in The Bronx, New York City) is an American artist, illustrator, playwright, writer and voice actress based in New York City.