Water Ox
Jennifer Esposito
April 11, 1973 Jennifer Esposito Brooklyn, New YorkActress

Jennifer Esposito is an American actress and dancer. Esposito made her first television appearance in Law & Order in 1996, but she is best known as Stacey in the prime time hit Spin City. She can also be seen in I Still Know What You Did Last Summer playing the role of Nancy. One of her more recent successes was her role as Ruby in Spike Lee's controversial Summer of Sam in 1999, which was set against the mid-1970s backdrop of the Son of Sam murders. She originally had the Mira Sorvino role in Summer of Sam, but had to take a different role due to scheduling conflicts. Esposito's next film was Wes Craven Presents: Dracula 2000. In 2000 Esposito played a guest role on Law & Order: SVU as TV Reporter Sarah Logan who was raped. She played Don Cheadle's girlfriend, Ria, in the Academy Award-winning film Crash. Esposito was part of the cast for the now cancelled WB show Related in which she played Ginnie Sorelli. She also played a Lieutenant in the NYPD in the 2004 film Taxi. She recently played a love interest to Denis Leary's character in the FX dramedy Rescue Me. Esposito can currently be seen on television as Andrea Belladonna in the ABC comedy, Samantha Who?

Born April 11, 1973, her primary personality traits are represented by the Chinese Zodiac elemental animal sign, the Water Ox. As with the Wood Ox, the Water Ox is more likely to be at home in the meadow rather than the bull ring and is the most communicative and literary of the breed. She is often well liked and popular because she is more sensitive and flexible than others of this sign and yet retains its basic strength and sense of responsibility. Although the typical Ox is often a loner, she can be quite social.

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