Welcome to Introducing Jessica Stroup. This is your unlimted guide for the talented and amazing actress Jessica Stroup.
Mostly known from her performance as Erin Silver in the CW show 90210, you can now catch Jessica in the second season of the FOX hit show "The Following".
Enjoy our fansite and have fun looking around!
_AHP9488.jpg
_AHP9444.jpg
_AHP9441.jpg
_AHP9397.jpg
_AHP9417.jpg
Jessica_Stroup___20140727___Warner_Bros__at_Comic_Con___002.jpg
Jessica_Stroup___20140727___Warner_Bros__at_Comic_Con___001.jpg
Jessica_Stroup_-_20140727_-__The_Following__Comic-Con_-_001.jpg
DSC_1255.JPG
jessica_28629.jpg
Jessica2BStroup2BFollowing2BPanel2BComic2BCon2BS7zrq0n2j7Tx.jpg


Sponsored Ad
Current Projects
The Following (2014)
Jessica Stroup as Max Hardy
A brilliant and charismatic, yet psychotic serial killer communicates with other active serial killers and activates a cult of believers following his every command.
Status: Renewed for Season 3
Genre: TV Series | Thriller | Drama

Ted (2012)
Jessica Stroup as Tracy
As the result of a childhood wish, John Bennett's teddy bear, Ted, came to life and has been by John's side ever since - a friendship that's tested when Lori, John's girlfriend of four years, wants more from their relationship.
Release: Out now on Blu-ray, DVD and VoD
Genre: Movie | Comedy
Links: Photos

90210 (2008 - 2013)
Jessica Stroup as Erin Silver
A Kansas family relocates to Beverly Hills, where their two children adapt to the infamous social drama of West Beverly Hills High.
Status: 5 Seasons, 114 Episodes
Genre: TV Series | Drama
Links: Photos
Shoutbox
Elite Affiliates

Tweets from Jessica Stroup
Follow Jessica on Instagram
Site Information
Owner: Rob
Previous Owner: Mikaela, Cher, Holly, Lilian
Designer: Rob @ 22nd Century Designs
Contact: By Email
Host: Fan-Sites.org
Since: September 10, 2008

All graphics and original content belongs to Introducing Jessica Stroup, unless otherwise stated. This site is a non-profit one, 100 % unofficial. We are not in anyway in contact with Jessica Stroup. All photos are copyright to their respective owners, no copyright infringement is ever intended.
For optimal viewing: This website is best viewed in a resolution of 1024 or higher, 32 bit color, and in the web browser Mozilla Firefox.
This website is supported by use of Macromedia Flash, PHP, Javascript, CSS and Tables.

Privacy PolicyDMCA

eXTReMe Tracker
January 25th, 2014
Posted Under: Interview , Photos • By: Rob  

Jessica is featured in the new issue of ContentMode Magazine.
This new photoshoot is absolutely stunning!

You can find the pictures in the gallery and the interview below:

GALLERY LINK:
Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots from 2013 > ContentMode Magazine

You grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina. Could you tell our readers a bit about your childhood and family? What kind of little girl and teenager were you?

I grew up all over South and North Carolina. I come from a huge farm family, so I was constantly surrounded by love and southern hospitality. As a little girl, I loved to dance and put on magic shows. My older brother, David, and I would make leaf forts in our backyard or hang sheets from one chair to another by clothespins, creating little rooms within rooms. We spent our childhood exploring the woods or fishing on my grandpa’s pond or searching for little kittens hiding in his barn. By my teen years, I was fully invested in sports. My goal was to be a professional volleyball player. After my high school team (Providence High in Charlotte, NC) won the state championships, I realized I was one of the smallest players and in no universe would I be able to play on a professional level. It was time to reconsider my options.

At only 17, an age when most teenagers are still pretty much undecided about their future, you moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career in spite of the University of Georgia scholarship you had received. What sparked this precocious passion for acting?

I moved around the Carolinas throughout my childhood and knew that I loved recreating myself and meeting new people. During my senior year of high school, I was asked to spend two months modeling in Japan, but turned it down to finish school (and attend my last prom/graduation). Even though I skipped the chance to work in Japan, it opened up a world of possibilities which eventually lead me to move to L.A. a week after I graduated. There was an entire world out there waiting to be discovered, and I was not going to let it pass me by.

January 24th, 2014
Posted Under: Movie , Ted • By: Rob  

As you may know, Jessica had a small role in the 2012 hit comedy “Ted“.
She played Tracy, one of Mila Kunis’ bitchy co-workers.

I’ve finally updated the gallery with Blu-ray captures of the movie and extras. Enjoy!

GALLERY LINK:
Movie Productions > Ted > Movie Captures (HD)
Movie Productions > Ted > Blu-ray Extra: Deleted Scene

January 21st, 2014
Posted Under: Interview , Jessica , The Following • By: Rob  

Fox’s dark thriller The Following returned for its second season last sunday night, and Jessica Stroup made her debut as Ryan Hardy’s niece, Max, a tough NYC cop who reconnects with her uncle and helps him in his quest track down serial killer Joe Carroll’s cult of followers.

Stroup, 27, made her acting debut in 2005 and went on to appear in several horror films, including “Prom Night”, “Vampire Bats”, and “The Hills Have Eyes 2″. In 2008, she landed the role of Erin Silver on “90210″, the reboot of Beverly Hills, 90210.

Parade.com caught up with Stroup at The Following season 2 premiere, and she dished on what it’s like working with Kevin Bacon, “bawling [her] eyes out” over certain scenes, and what her character Max will be up to this season.

What drew you to the role of Max Hardy?
“I watched the show last year when it was actually airing, so I loved the show last year. I’d been looking for something that was a strong female [role]. I like doing stunts, I like doing action, and I love Kevin Bacon—so when the role came along, it [was] completely up my alley. There’s a lot more action to come, too.”

January 20th, 2014
Posted Under: Television , The Following • By: Rob  

After NFL Football a special preview of The Following aired yesterday on FOX.

The season two premiere of The Following, part of which aired after primetime, earned a series high 4.4 adults 18-49 rating up 38 percent from a 3.2 for the season one premiere on Monday, January 21, 2013 and up 63 percent from a 2.7 for the season one finale.

Jessica was awesome in the season premiere and her character is a great addition.
I’m really looking forward to see more of her this season.

You can find HD Screencaps from the season premiere in the gallery:

GALLERY LINK:
The Following > Screencaptures > 2.1 – Resurrection (HD)

An all-new The Following will return January 27 on it’s regular timeslot at 9/8c on FOX.
If you missed last nights episode, a reapeat of the season premiere will air on January 27 8/7c on FOX.

January 18th, 2014
Posted Under: Uncategorized • By: Rob  

As you can see Intrducing Jessica Stroup has finally a new look.

I thought it was about time for a layout change. I hope you like the new layout!

January 16th, 2014
Posted Under: Television , The Following • By: Rob  

While anyone on “The Following” is potentially working for Joe Carroll’s serial-killing cabal, one of the good guys we’ll meet in Season 2 (premiering Sunday, Jan. 19 at 10:30 p.m. on FOX) is Max Hardy, Ryan’s niece. Well, she she starts out good — this is a Kevin Williamson show, so anyone could end up working for the enemy.

We’ll be introduced to Max, played by “90210″ star Jessica Stroup, in the Season 2 premiere as she helps her uncle with his investigation. Want to know more about her? Check out Zap2it’s exclusive featurette, below.

She’s a New York City cop … in the intel division,” explains Stroup. “She helps Ryan navigate how to get to these people who are creating so much havoc in New York.”

It’s no coincidence that Max has followed Ryan into the family business. “Max has always wanted a relationship with him,” says Williamson. “Max idolizes him; Max loves him. It’s really important that they stay together.

Adds Kevin Bacon, “This character of Max gives me an opportunity to sort of open up and relate to somebody in my family on a deeper personal level.

After its special post-football preview on Sunday, “The Following” moves to its regular Monday-night home starting Jan. 27. Take a look at the video:

Watch the video, including new footage of Jessica, here.

And I’ve added the first pictures of Jess in “The Following” into the gallery:

GALLERY LINK:
The Following > Promotional Photoshoot – Season 2
The Following > Episode Stills > 2.1 – Resurrection