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Jessica Carlson (actress)

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Jessica Carlson (actress)

Jessica Carlson (born c. 1993) is an American actress from New York, known for her role as Rebecca the monkey girl in the 2009 film Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant.


Besides Cirque du Freak, Carlson has been in "Wonder of the World" and Blue Dress, The Life Before Her Eyes, Goyta, the Law & Order episode "Angelgrove", and The Big C episode "Blue-Eyed Iris". She played Laurie in an equity production of Brighton Beach Memoirs at the Emelin theater in Larchmont. Carlson also played Liesel Meminger in a "movie trailer" for the novel The Book Thief at the Teen Book Video Awards.[1]

For her role in Cirque du Freak, Carlson won Best Supporting Actress in a Feature Film at the 2010 Young Artist Awards.


  1. ^ Maul, Kimberly (November 29, 2006). "Teen Book Video Awards Event Wrap-Up". Book Standard. Carlson, 13, said…  This implies a birthday between 30 November 1992 and 28 November 1993.

External links

  • Jessica Carlson at the Internet Movie Database
  • Haller, Jon (November 28, 2006). The Book Thief "movie trailer". YouTube. 
  • Carlson, Jessica (September 28, 2009). Jessica Carlson (Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant) Interview. Interview with Dean Kelly.  (

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