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Jane McLean began her career in film and television after studying at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Since attending drama school she has starred in a plethora of hits and critically acclaimed projects, including: the groundbreaking SyFy series Defiance, the CW hit Supernatural, The Transporter on TNT, Showtime's hit Dexter, the Sci-Fi romance The Time Traveler's Wife, FOX's 24, the Sundance series Terminal City, BBC's mini-series Supervolcano, and the CBS series CSI: NY.  In addition to her work in film and television she has performed in critically acclaimed theatre productions, including: the Toronto production of Delia and Nora Ephron's off-Broadway hit Love, Loss and What I Wore.  Her upcoming projects include the new CBC series Workin' Moms from Catherine Reitman.

Jane recently expanded her love of storytelling into the realm of screenwriting and producing.  In 2016 she was a winner of the CAPE Screenwriting Fellowship and a semi-finalist in the highly competitive NBC Writers on the Verge program. In addition, she recently sold her first television series to a premium cable network with multi-Oscar winner Paul Haggis serving as an Executive Producer and McLean as a Creator and Executive Producer.

Jane grew up in Toronto, Canada, and now resides in Los Angeles.