JILLIAN BELL (Holly) has emerged as a comedy darling in
Hollywood. She most recently starred in the comedy hit "Office Christmas Party,"
with Jason Bateman and Jennifer Aniston.
In the summer of 2017, she returns to the big screen in "Rock That Body,"
starring opposite Scarlett Johansson and Kate McKinnon. Also upcoming, Bell sold
a remake of the 1984 hit film "Splash," to be produced by Imagine Entertainment.
In a role reversal, Bell will take on the part played by Tom Hanks, with
Channing Tatum playing the Merman.
Bell's breakout film role was in the 2014 action comedy hit "22 Jump Street,"
starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum. She played the villain Mercedes, the
mastermind behind the drug WHYPHY. That same year, she was seen in "Inherent
Vice," directed by Paul Thomas Anderson, who had previously cast her in his film
"The Master." In 2015, Bell appeared in the family adventure "Goosebumps" and
the holiday comedy "The Night Before." She more recently lent her voice to the
animated hit "Angry Birds."
Also busy on the television side, Bell is currently in production on the second
season of "Idiotsitter," for Comedy Central. She created, writes, stars in and
executive produces the series. Her recent TV credits also include the series
"Workaholics" and HBO's "Eastbound & Down."