Jennifer Betit Yen is an actor (Nora from Queens (Comedy Central), The Flight Attendant (HBO Max), New Amsterdam (NBC), Royal Pains (USA), Search Party (TBS)), screenwriter (The Opposite of a Fairy Tale) and writer/producer (La La Land, My Not So subConscious, The Opposite of a Fairy Tale). On May 9, 2019, Mayor Bill de Blasio of New York City officially proclaimed the day “Jennifer Betit Yen Day” in honor of Betit Yen’s acting and activism work. She is also a recovering attorney. Jennifer has received shout outs by The New York Times, Broadway World and Backstage Magazine for her work as an actor. A film she wrote, The Opposite of a Fairy Tale, a fictional take on elder abuse, sold out at MOCA and was an official selection of the 39th Annual Asian American International Film Festival, the Palm Springs Desert Film Society, the SAG-AFTRA Foundation NY Shorts Showcase, at the NYC Conference on Elder Abuse, and screened at WOMANKIND and with HBO. It is now available on iTunes. A graduate of Cornell University and Boston University School of Law, Jennifer worked in business litigation for six years and is currently playing the lead in a new television pilot. She writes the blog “Ethical is Beautiful. Be Beautiful” and enjoys boxing and baking pies.