How it all started
Jennifer Arundale, originally from Earth, had her first stand up performance in 2015, but started consistently performing in October 2017 across Southern California and recently Paris, France. She has opened for Bil Dwyer, Mark Schumacher, Don Friesen, Kira Soltanovich, Whitney Cummings, James P. Connolly, Matin Atrushi, and Jason Cheney to name a few. She performs regularly at The Improv, Flappers, The Comedy Store and The Rec Room as well as smaller venues, and the occasional locker room.
While relatively new to stand up, Jennifer is not new to writing and performing.. She studied sketch comedy with Anne Beatts of SNL and National Lampoon fame. She is currently writing and performing with Improv Troupe, The Cheese Club.
Jennifer was recently cast in Oddly Popular, a sit com pilot shooting in the summer of 2019 with fellow comedians Kristen Lundberg, Dee Dee Sorvino, Carissa Gallo and Jessica Wellington.
Prior to stand up, Jennifer had a long career in motion picture production and is credited with executive producing 7 feature films. Films include Ed Wood’s “I woke Up Early the Day I died” starring Billy Zane, Christina Ricci, Tippi Hedren, Ron Perlman Andrew McCarthy and Eartha Kitt, The film premiered in The Toronto Film Festival’s Midnight Madness section to a standing ovation. She also executive produced “Brand New World” starring Guy Pierce, Emily Lloyd, Sammi Davis and Ray Winstone. Other credits can be found on IMDB.com under Jennifer Peckham.
Jennifer lives in San Clemente with her husband, two children, one good dog and one bad cat. She is currently working on her book tentatively titled, “If Not Now, When?” and enjoys her pajamas and her wine but not necessarily in that order