Jo is a British presenter, actress and model based in London and Los Angeles. She trained at the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) and has worked in television, film, radio and theatre.
As an actress Jo has worked in Stratford-upon-Avon in 'The Duchess of Malfi' and toured Europe with 'The Comedy of Errors'. In London she had played at the King's Head in Christopher Durang's 'Short Plays', the musical play 'The Cheeky Chappie' at the Union Theatre, 'Facades' at Riverside Studios, 'Silver Age Adieu' at the Orange Tree, Richmond, 'Spring Clean' at the historic Rose Theatre Bankside and she has toured with Alison Steadman in the comedy play 'Losing Louis'. Most recently she has performed in Hollywood on the US monologues show 'Sex, Relationships....& Sometimes Love.'
Her first film was a Channel 4 short 'Heap of Trouble', which went on to win a BAFTA. She has recently played the female lead in a TV pilot 'The Black Book'. Her feature film credits include 'Olympiad', 'Flamingo Blues', 'Number 1 Longing - Number 2 Regret', 'Dead Room Stories', 'Life Translated', 'Nine Days of Hell', 'Screaming Blue Murder' and 'Making It In Hollywood.'
Jo is a keen sportswoman and teaches yoga in both London and LA. She is an arts graduate and has a painting studio at her home.