Who is Jocelyn Hudon? Wiki Bio
Jocelyn Hudon was born in Canada, on 18 November 1994, so her zodiac sign is Scorpio and she holds Canadian nationality. She is an actress, best known for having portrayed the recurring character Ruby Speers in two episodes of the drama fantasy horror series “The Order” which has been airing since 2019, and which stars Jake Manley, Kayla Heller, and Sarah Grey. The series follows a man who started a war between dark magicians and werewolves so that he could avenge his dead mother; it’s been nominated for seven Leo Awards.
Early life and education
Jocelyn was raised as a single child in Canada by her father who is a lawyer, and her mother who is teaching at a local high school.
Jocelyn fell in love with ballet at a very early age – her mother found her dancing in front of the TV, and so enrolled her at the National Ballet School of Canada which Jocelyn attended until she turned 17. She was also more physically active, spending her free time outdoors playing with her friends, who have described her as a highly social person. Upon matriculation, Jocelyn decided to focus on becoming a famous actress, rather than pursue a college degree.
Career as an actress
Jocelyn worked several jobs to financially support herself, such as being a waitress at a local restaurant while attending auditions for roles in movies and TV series.
In 2015, she made her debut TV series appearance, portraying the Cyber Girl in the action comedy film “Pixels”, which starred Adam Sandler and Kevin James, and which follows alien invaders who are attacking Earth after they thought the classical game Pac-Man was the Earth’s declaration of war; the film won four awards and was nominated for nine others. In the same year, she appeared as Stacy in the comedy drama series “Good Witch”, the drama series “Single Ladies”, and the fantasy series “Lost Girl”.
She portrayed the supporting character Jasmine in the romantic drama film “Below Her Mouth” which starred Erika Linder and Natalie Krill, and which is about two women who fall in love.
Jocelyn then portrayed Young Brenda in the horror series “Slasher”, and made a cameo appearance in the British drama film “Four in the Morning” before appearing in single episodes of both the drama series “Gangland Undercover”, and the crime drama science fiction series “Incorporated”.
In 2017, Jocelyn played Alexa in the romantic film “Love Locks”, which won its composer Hamish Thomson a Leo Award for Best Musical Score in a Television Movie. Jocelyn went on to portray Shelly in the romantic drama film “The Christmas Cure”, and the recurring character Abby in the horror thriller series “The Strain”.
The year 2018 saw her appear as Vanessa in the short drama film “Stories We Tell Ourselves” about our thoughts and the anxiety we feel on a daily basis, while the movie’s cinematographer Kristofer Bonnell won a CSC Award for Best Cinematography in Dramatic Short.
In the same year, she appeared in four TV series – some of her most notable performances were as Willow in 10 episodes of the crime drama series “Ice”, as Audrey Smith in the Canadian drama “Frankie Drake Mysteries”, and in the romantic drama “When Calls the Heart”.
Two of her latest roles have been in the romantic drama film “From Friend to Fiancé” in 2019, in which she starred as Jessica alongside Ryan Paevey, and in the drama film “Riptide” which was both directed and written by Tim Barrow and which starred David Whitney and David Tudor.
Love life and relationships
In 2016, Jocelyn began dating Canadian actor Jake Manley, who gained recognition after portraying the lead character Jack Morton in “The Order”.
The two have been together for over four years now, but there are some rumors circulating the internet that they have broken up, while others claim that they became engaged in late 2019. Neither Jake nor Jocelyn have addressed the rumors, and it appears as they are still dating as there are pictures of them together uploaded onto both of their Instagram accounts.
Before Jake, Jocelyn was dating her high school sweetheart for several years before he decided to leave the state and attend college. They continued to date for several months, but eventually decided to call it quits as they couldn’t maintain a long-distance relationship.
Hobbies and other interests
Jocelyn has done a bit of modeling just as a hobby, and has stated how she wouldn’t choose to have modelling as a full-time career, as too much is usually asked of models which can’t be good for anyone’s mental state.
She is a lover of animals and has a pet cat, while she is a supporter of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). Jocelyn likes to play sports such as tennis and beach soccer, and summer is her favorite season as she enjoys tanning her skin under the sun, and swimming in the ocean. She is keen on reading books, with her favorite writer being Nicholas Sparks while some of her favorite books include “Dear John” and “Message in a Bottle”.
Jocelyn likes to watch comedy movies late at night, and some of her favorite actors and actresses are Eddie Murphy, Leslie Nielsen and Julia Roberts, while some of her favorite movies are “Meet Dave”, “The Naked Gun”, and “Notting Hill”.
Appearance and net worth
Jocelyn is 25 years old. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 7ins (1.7m) tall, and weighs around 128lbs (58kgs). As of May 2020, her net worth is estimated at over $500,000.
Who is Jake Manley, Jocelyn’s boyfriend? Wiki Bio
Jake Manley was born in Canada on 23 August 1991 – his zodiac sign is Virgo and he holds Canadian nationality. He was raised as a single child by his parents who are both lawyers, and spent most of his free time at home watching movies on TV, and soon decided he wanted to become an actor.
He was physically active while attending a public high school as he played football, and although it was expected of him to attend college, he decided to rather focus on his acting career.
He made his debut TV series appearance in 2012, portraying Derek Moore in the episode “Out of Control” of the science fiction procedural series “Beauty & the Beast”, before guest starring in a single episode of the police crime drama series “Cracked” in 2013. He made his debut film appearance in 2015, when he appeared in the Disney’s film “Bad Hair Day” followed by roles in three series: he played the supporting character Brad in the miniseries “Heroes Reborn” in 2015, had a guest role in the mystery drama “American Gothic” in 2016, and another guest role in the fantasy drama “American Gods”.
In 2018, he portrayed the supporting character Fisher Webb in the supernatural procedural crime drama series “iZombie”, while he gained recognition after playing Shane in the adventure comedy drama film “A Dog’s Journey” in 2019 – the movie starred Josh Gad, Dennis Quaid and Cathryn Michon, and follows a dog who wants to become human and a car racer after he dies.
Some of Jake’s latest appearances have been in the series “The Order” in which he has been portraying the lead character Jack Morton since 2019; the epic war movie “Midway” in which he portrayed Willie West; and the drama movie “Brotherhood” which follows the true story of several teenagers who nearly died during a thunderstorm at their summer camp on Balsam Lake. Jake has also been cast to appear in two movies – “Southland” and “Holidate” – set to be released in early 2021.