About Jennifer's

The last thirty years have been exciting, ALWAYs interesting and challenging for us as we were involved in casting feature films along with local productions. Jennifer’s has been providing the advertising and production community with the very finest in talent and customer service. Our clients range from Fortune 500 companies, major LA studios to independent film producers. We are pleased to be able to cast: 

  • Print
  • Tradeshow
  • Voice (Including foreign languages)
  • CD Rom and Interactive
  • On-camera
  • Feature film

While we are based in Milwaukee, we are well connected throughout the United States, Europe and the Far East.

We take special pride in knowing what our talents’ strengths are and we stake our reputation on finding the right people to complete your projects in the best manner possible.


Staff Bios


Jennifer Berg truly enjoys working, (yes, even after 34 years, she still loves to come to work in the morning!) reading, movies, live theatre, travel, ballroom dancing and decorating around her house. She spends summer weekends in Upper Michigan just watching the water and the world go by. She has two adult sons and one delightful granddaughter – age 12. She is a proud member of: International Television & Video Association (MCAI); Film Wisconsin (a committee to bring more big budget movies to Wisconsin), Professional Dimensions, one of its Investment Clubs and the “Life’s too Short” group.


Q. What was your first job?

A. My first job was as a babysitter.  I took care of two children every Saturday, all day and made $.50 a day!  And I was happy to have it.  My second job was in a dry cleaning establishment and that taught me that I had better work harder in school as that was brutal in the summer!!!!!

Q. What would people be surprised to learn about you? 

A. I am very much still a tomboy!  I love to do outdoor work (as long as it’s not gardening!)  I enjoy fishing in Alaska, camp out and if presented with a tree to climb, I would be the first one up!!!

Q. If you were the eighth dwarf, what would your name be? 

A. If I were the eighth dwarf, I would be called “Peppy.”

Q. What household chore do you hate the most? 

A. The household chore I hate the most is grocery shopping!



Stacy Hofman joined the agency as an intern in 2000 when she was still an undergrad at University Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Go, Panthers!!). After she graduated they kept her on (or refused to let her go . . . depends on who you ask).  Stacy enjoys working with the best actors, models and kids in town.  She loves that every day is something new . . . you just never know what will come across your desk.


Q. What was your favorite 80s movie?

A. Pretty much anything by John Hughes (Sixteen Candles, Planes, Trains & Automobiles, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off & Home Alone ~ they are all gems)! And The Goonies . . .  so many good movies in the 80’s to just pick one!!

Q. How often do you bid on Ebay? What was the last item you won?

A. ALL THE TIME! We love Ebay.  The last item I won . . . a chocolate brown Mold-A-Rama cow from the Milwaukee County Zoo.

Q. Name one thing that you couldn't live without.

A. Lip balm, coffee, La Croix, my family & my dog . . . it is a five way tie!

Q. What do you find inspiring?

A. Kindness.



Q. If you could live in any sitcom, what would it be?
A. The Brady Bunch. I practically already live the Brady’s life with our blended family, well minus the maid.

Q. Would you ever be on a reality TV show? If so, which one?
A. The Housewives of White Fish Bay. Or I would invent my own, because no one would believe my reality.

Q. What’s one thing you couldn’t live without?
A. My husband… and my naughty puppies.

Q. If you could have any superpower, what would it be?
A. Mind control because it would be really nice to control the minds of my four children. I’m so Type A, it hurts.

Q. What would be the title of your autobiography?
A. “Are You Kidding Me?!”


Has gone back to the West Coast for new adventures.  We all wish her the very best and will keep you updated on her creative ventures.  

Stacy is still hoping for their $10,000 Pyramid opportunity.  

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