In films from 1969, Jennifer Warren's best-known movie role was Francine Dunlop, the fed-up wife of hockey coach [[Performer~P104390~Paul Newman~paulnewman]] in [[Feature~V45096~Slap Shot~slapshot]] (1977). She played subsequent gutsy, keep-your-distance parts in such TV series as [[Feature~V128082~Paper Dolls~paperdolls[tvseries]]] (1984) and [[Feature~V89834~Double Dare~doubledaring]] (1985).
Moving into directing in the 1990s, Jennifer Warren called the shots on the 1994 cinema adaptation of Carolyn Chute's novel [[Feature~V134233~Beans of Egypt, Maine~thebeansofegyptmaine]]. Her second directorial feature, [[Feature~V196436~Partners in Crime~partnersincrime]] (2000), found [[Performer~P31015~Rutger Hauer~rutgerhauer]] and [[Performer~P57374~Paulina Porizkova~paulinaporizkova]] cast as a divorced couple who must team-up in order to solve a complex series of vicious murders. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi