Everybody Loves Jennymarie: Get in on Actress Jennymarie Jemison Bundles on Steam!

It’s the Actress Jennymarie Jemison Bundle—get this amazing assortment of games and films at one crazy low price, and celebrate the work of one of the hardest working women in the games business!

​Jennymarie Jemison has the unique distinction of being a film actress, and an art-director and voice-over actor in videogames. Devolver Digital loves everything she’s ever touched, and now it can all be yours, at a savings of up to $58.

Choose your poison:

Actress Jennymarie Jemison Films Bundle: get all of Jennymarie’s great indie movies from Devolver, 55% off!!

Includes two great feature length films, Austin High and Loves Her Gun, and short films The Quiet Girl’s Guide to Violence and Future Farmer.

Or go the full Jennymarie with the JMJ Games + Films Bundle! All of the above plus Serious Sam 3: BFE and Shadow Warrior, at a savings of $58!!

Jennymarie’s design career in the industry started at Gathering of Developers (aka God Games and Gathering) in Texas. She art-directed the box art for numerous titles there, most notably Max Payne. After Take Two Interactive acquired Godgames, her work on Max Payne led to being hired at Rockstar Games for similar work on the sequel. She famously moved to NYC for the job, without ever having visited the city, on the day before September 11, 2001.

Her first voiceover role in a videogames was as an elderly pedestrian in GTA: Vice City. She also wrote dialogue for other characters in the game. She later did voice work in Mafia for Take 2 Interactive, and resigned at Rockstar Games to attend Atlantic Acting School. Her professional acting career began soon after, in tandem with the design company she started for herself.

To date, she has art-directed over 35 game titles, and her voiceover work can most recently be heard as the character of Kyoko (half of the assassin twin, Kyokagami) in Shadow Warrior; she is reprising the role in the upcoming Shadow Warrior 2. The short film she co-wrote, acted in and produced, The Quiet Girl’s Guide to Violence, became the first narrative short to premiere on the Steam network after completing a successful festival run, including a World Premiere at Fantastic Fest 2012. Her design company, Five & Four, was founded in 2013 and is located in Austin, Texas. She continues to do work she loves in the design, film, and gaming worlds.

Get all the Jennymarie you can fit in your brain in these excellent Film and Film + Game bundles—now don’t miss out!