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Jessica Gower

Jessica Gower Mostly Credited As: Jessica Gower
Sometimes Credited As: Jess Gower

Date Of Birth: 1977
Country Of Birth: Australia
Birth Place: Melbourne, Victoria

Jessica Gower is an Australian actress, and was born in 1977 in Melbourne. Gower first got noticed via a television commercial for Telstra, a large telecommunications company. From there, she moved on to guest roles on Australian series like 'Neighbours' and 'Blue Heelers.' In 2001, Jessica hit it big with her well-received recurring role on the drama 'The Secret Life of Us.' This got her a large role in the teen movie 'Blurred.' She then moved on to a recurring guest stint on medical drama 'All Saints.' In 2005, she moved to Hollywood, and quickly landed the regular role of villainous vampire Chase on Spike TV's short-lived TV adaptation of the 'Blade' film series. Things in the states seemed to hit a wall, so Gower to returned to her native land. She has since appeared in episodes of 'Wilfred' and 'Mr. & Mrs. Murder.'

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TV Appearances

Main cast 
Blade: The Series (2006)As: Chase
Crash Palace (2001)As: Miranda Watts
All Saints (1998)As: Harriet "Harri" Stapleton (2003)
Episode Cast Credits 

Mr & Mrs Murder (2013) 
  The Next Best Man 01x06: (Mar/27/2013) As Elena Scaletta 

Ponderosa (2001) 
  Blind Faith 01x15: (Feb/10/2002) As Judith 

The Secret Life of Us (2001) 
  The Butterfly Effect 01x16: (Oct/15/2001) As Sam 
  The Gap 01x15: (Oct/08/2001) As Sam 
  Better the Devil You Know 01x14: (Oct/01/2001) As Sam 
  Secrets and Lies 01x13: (Sep/24/2001) As Sam 

Blue Heelers (1994) 
  Unfinished Business 07x09: (Apr/05/2000) As Sasha McLeod 

Neighbours (1985) 
  Episode 3352 15x132: (Jul/20/1999) As Jemma Acton 
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