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Jeanine Mason, 1954-2021

Jeanine Mason, of Bakersfield, and 30-year resident of Tehachapi, Calif., died Nov. 1, with family by her side. She was born July 23, 1954 in Downey, Calif., as the first daughter of Mary and Robert (Bob) Johnson. Jeanine is survived by her children Candra Scarola and Jerry and Marianne Scarola;...
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Female-Centric Podcast Platform Fictionz Launches With Dramas Voiced By Judy Greer, Jeanine Mason, Michael Trevino, Max Greenfield, More

EXCLUSIVE: Fictionz, a female-centric narrative podcast subscription app, is launching in mid-October with dramas featuring Judy Greer (Halloween Kills) as a manic Hollywood agent, Jeanine Mason (Roswell: New Mexico), Max Greenfield (The Neighborhood), and Michael Trevino (Roswell: New Mexico). Also voicing content are Meghan Rienks (The Honor List), Bahni Turpin...
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Jeanine Mason: 8 Things To Know About The Roswell, New Mexico Star

At 18, Jeanine Mason became the youngest winner in So You Think You Can Dance history. Now, she's the star of The CW's sci-fi drama series, Roswell, New Mexico, which recently premiered its third season and is renewed for a fourth. In the interim between these career milestones, however, the dancer-turned-actress needed to prove herself. Though, as Mason has noted several times in the past, she always had the drive to get there and excel. It was simply a matter of Hollywood catching up later down the road.

Jeanine Mason Teases Roswell, New Mexico's Time Jump and a Game-Changing Season 3

Watch: Demi Lovato Will Search for Aliens in New Docu-Series. A lot has changed since Roswell, New Mexico last aired. There's been a global pandemic, a presidential election, a few billionaires spent like 10 minutes in space, and the United States government confirmed the existence of UFOs. Sure, they're calling them "unidentified aerial phenomena," but the gist remains the same: there are probably aliens out there.

‘Roswell, New Mexico’s Jeanine Mason On Liz’s Big Season 3 ‘Threat,’ That Funeral Scene & More

Liz Ortecho has her hands full. HL got EXCLUSIVE scoop from Jeanine Mason about Max’s dire future, Liz’s new guy, Maria’s terrifying vision, and more. Roswell, New Mexico returned for season 3, and Liz Ortecho has seemingly started a new life outside of Roswell. She’s got her new job in Los Angeles and a new romance on the horizon with Heath. However, back home in Roswell, there’s a lot to death with: Max is dying, Max has a clone, and Maria is having game-changing visions. HollywoodLife spoke EXCLUSIVELY with Jeanine Mason about how Liz is going to react when she returns to Roswell and finds out Max is a ticking time bomb.

‘Roswell, New Mexico’ star Jeanine Mason talks season 3

NEW YORK — On “Roswell, New Mexico,” Jeanine Mason’s character “Liz” is living in Los Angeles and keeping to herself — at least until her friend comes to visit. Is she staying away from Roswell all season? What’s happening next?. The actress spoke with the PIX11 Morning News to answer...

'Roswell, New Mexico' Star Jeanine Mason Joins Blair Underwood, Sarah Silverman in 'Viral' (EXCLUSIVE)

“Roswell, New Mexico” star Jeanine Mason has landed a key role in Blair Underwood’s upcoming psychological thriller “Viral.”. Mason co-stars opposite Emmy winners Underwood and Sarah Silverman in the independent film, playing a woman named Jules, whose disappearance kicks off the plot. Written by Joe McClean, the story centers on a man named Andrew (Underwood) who falls into paranoia after his wife (Mason) goes missing, and finds the only way out of a years-long spiral in his new girlfriend Emilia (Silverman).