Candidates for 2018 Women in Poker Hall of Fame
The Women in Poker Hall of Fame have announced the 11 candidates for induction into the Class of 2018.
While she has certainly made her mark on the world of tournament poker as of late, Jennifer Tilly - born Jennifer Chan - is best-known for her work as an actress. Born and raised in Canada, Tilly got an early start in acting as a teenager, enrolling in the acting program at Stephens College in Missouri. Jennifer has since appeared in such films as Bullets Over Broadway,Liar, Liar," and the wildly successful computer-animated film Monsters Inc. Jennifer may have seemed like a fish out of water when she took home the gold bracelet in the 2005 World Series of Poker Ladies No-Limit Hold'em event, but she would prove later that year that she was no one-hit-wonder with her first place victory at the World Poker Tour Ladies Invitational.
A regular feature on televised cash games such as Poker After Dark and The Big Game, she is also the partner of fellow poker player Phil Laak.
Published 8 months agoManz Handz - Poker Night In America: Tilly vs. Mercier
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