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Born in the Philippines and raised in Toronto, Canada, Jane McLean began her career in film and television after studying at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.  Since attending the conservatory she has starred in a plethora of hits and critically acclaimed productions, including: the SyFy series Defiance, the CW hit Supernatural, the CBC comedy series Workin' Moms, the Emmy-winning series Dexter, Warner Bros' sci-fi romance The Time Traveler's Wife, Fox's 24 and CSI:NY - to name a few.

McLean's love of storytelling led her to expand her career in 2016 to include screenwriting.  She has since won and placed in some of Hollywood's most coveted screenwriting fellowships and competitions, including the CAPE Screenwriting Fellowship and NBC's highly competitive Writers On The Verge program.  In addition, she sold her first television drama to a premium cable network and is a Creator and Executive Producer of the series.

She divides her time between Los Angeles, Toronto, and Vancouver.