Jennifer McMahon
played by Kathleen Rose Perkins
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Before the Arrival, Jennifer McMahon (Kathleen Rose Perkins) worked at a dating website, but afterwards, her experience working in databases landed her a new job at the Transitional Authority. As Will's colleague in Homeland Security, Jennifer finds her loyalties tested when a new supervisor demands results.

Kathleen Rose Perkins plays Jennifer, Will Bowman's (Josh Holloway) colleague in Homeland Security, who finds her loyalties tested when a new supervisor demands results, in USA Network’s critically acclaimed series Colony.

Named one of People magazine’s “Ones to Watch,” Perkins is best known for her starring role on the critically acclaimed series Episodes opposite Matt LeBlanc and for the medical drama Code Black opposite Rob Lowe. Her recurring roles on high profile series also include Tell Me You Love Me, Trust Me, NCIS: LA, Gary Unmarried, and Til Death. Perkins has also made notable guest appearances on Fresh Off the Boat, American Horror Story, Private Practice, Person of Interest, Grey’s Anatomy, The Mentalist, Nip/Tuck, and USA Network’s Royal Pains. Her feature work includes: the Nico Sabenorio drama Juveniles opposite Stephen Moyer, David Fincher’s Gone Girl opposite Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike, the Duplass Brothers’ The Skeleton Twins opposite Kristen Wiig, Diablo Cody’s directorial debut Paradise alongside Julianne Hough, Octavia Spencer and Holly Hunter, Nicole Holofcener’s Enough Said with Julia Louis Dreyfus and James Gandolfini, 2012’s Sundance Film Festival selection The Pact and Cowgirls ‘n Angels opposite James Cromwell.

In addition to acting, Perkins also has a love for work behind the camera and recently took on the role of executive producer in the indie film The Better Half, directed by Michael Winnick. Perkins also stars in the film opposite Jamie Bamber and Chris Parnell as Calista Ryan.

Born in Mt. Clemens, Michigan and raised in New Baltimore, Michigan, Perkins made the move to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the entertainment industry upon graduating from Western Michigan University with a degree in Musical Arts.