Jodi Lyn O’Keefe captured by In Design World of Charles Jacobsen

Jodi Lyn O’Keefe, who joined the cast of the critically acclaimed Fox Television series Prison Break as Susan B Anthony and Gretchen Morgan, is captures by the watchful lens of Grand Tour photographer Tony Donaldson. O’Keefe is found wearing holiday evening couture and hiding in the exquisitely exotic L.A. design showroom of master craftsman Charles Jacobsen.

A former model, Jodi grew up while playing the role of Don Johnson’s daughter in the popular CBS television series Nash Bridges including guest roles in Two and a Half Men, starring Charlie Sheen, Criminal Minds for one episode, CSI New York and Boston Legal.

Jodi started in ht film Halloween H20 and She’s All That with Freddie Prinze Jr. But her biggest hit and role is in Prison Break that she finds both exhilarating and terrifying.

Prison Break

Working with one of the best ensemble casts in television, Jodi is up to the challenge of being just as tough as the rest of the boys and creating a mysterious stealth woman in charge. Prison Break Season 3 films in Texas and many of the scenes are shot on location in Panama so the schedule has been exhausting.

Grand Tour

Grand Tour caught up with the very busy actress on a rare few days off in Los Angeles together with Jodi her makeup artist Gregory Arlt. O’keefe recently bough a new home and was eager to
explore the exotic treasures of the Charles Jacobsen Showroom in the world famous Pacific Design Center.

She was thrilled to escape to the luxurious setting along with her new entourage of photographer, fashion stylists,hair and makeup stylist, writer and assistants. “How did I get so lucky as to be photographed in one of the most beautiful showrooms in the world wearing stunning couture,” Jodi wondered aloud.

The design world of Charles Jacobsen is one of constant discovery. Jodi Lyn O’Keefe personally invites you to experience the Charles Jacobsen point of view… a place to dream in a mecca of ancient and modern luxury.

 

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