On television she was Nabby Adams in the award-winning Adams' Chronicles.
Her songs have been performed in concert by such artists as the Dartmouth Decibelles, the Washington D. Gay Men's Chorus, Scottish troubadour Brian Nc Neil, and international chanteuse Andrea Marcovicci.
In April of 1998 the two-disk tribute project "Big League Babe" was released on the 1800 PRIMECD label (more than two dozen singer / songwriters recorded Christine's songs in secret and surprised her).
In her free time Christine writes essays and articles (The Washington Post, The St.
Petersburg Times, Delta "Sky" Magazine, The Performing Songwriter Magazine) and was the host and now guest host for the popular "Sunday Breakfast" radio program on WFUV, 90.7, public radio from Fordham University in New York City.
Salome Jens has appeared in lead roles on Broadway in Far Country, Night Life, The Disenchanted, Patriot For Me, A Lie of the Mind. She played the lead roles in Joe Papp's production of A Winter's Tale, and Anthony and Cleopatra at the Stratford Festival in Connecticut. C., and this past season appeared in Chekhov 's The Seagull and Play Strindberg by Dürrematt. Jens ' numerous television appearances include episodes of L. Law, Mac Gyver, Cagney and Lacey, Gunsmoke, and many more.
Her Off-Broadway credits include Eugene Ionesco's Bald Soprano and Jack or the Submission, Jose Quintero's award winning production of Circle in the Square's The Balcony, as well as Desire Under the Elms and A Moon For the Misbegotten, Shadow of Heroes, Deirdre of the Sorrows, U. She has performed both classics and new plays at Los Angeles' Mark Taper Forum, L. Her Movie-of-the-Week appearances include From Here to Eternity, Tomorrow's Child, Portrait of A Mistress, The Grace Kelly Story, etc. Jens played the role of Sarah Bernhardt in their critically acclaimed production of Memoir.
In film she is best known for her role in Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? North, The Night We Never Met, Billy Bathgate, The Gardener and Let it Be You.
She has performed her one-woman show To Heaven in a Swing, The Last Day in the Life of Louisa May Alcot in New York at the American Place Theatre, York Theatre and Barnard College, as well as in Houston, Amherst, Ivoryton Playhouse, Orchard House in Concord and various other regional theatres.
Her screen work includes Hits, (directed by David Cross, Sundance Film Festival 2014,) TV shows, ER, Murder One, Wonder Years, and recurring with Mark Harmon on Reasonable Doubts.
Her Los Angeles work garnered Dramalogue and Garland Awards.
Dan can currently be seen on the new Fox TV show PITCH as coach Al Loungo.