Jennifer Ricchiazzi began her career in casting working with some of the most talented casting directors in the business: David Rubin, Deborah Aquila, Billy Hopkins, and Kerry Barden. Her ability to work seamlessly between feature film and television, with large and small budgets, has led to successful collaborations like the HBO pilot The Miraculous Year, created by John Logan and directed by Kathryn Bigelow; Free Ride, written and directed by Shana Betz, starring Anna Paquin; The Clapper, directed by Dito Montiel starring, Amanda Seyfried and Tracy Morgan; Shooting Heroin, written and directed by Spencer Folmar; Solve, a Snapchat mystery mobile series; and many others. Previous to her work as an independent casting director, she was a casting associate on the feature films The Talented Mr. Ripley; Wild, Wild, West; The Illusionist; Underworld; Pineapple Express; & Déjà Vu. She also was an assistant/intern at the Mark Taper Forum and FOX Television. Jennifer lives in Los Angeles and is a die-hard University of Southern California Trojans fan, her alma mater.