|Is||Actor Television actor|
|From||United States of America|
|Type||Film, TV, Stage & Radio|
Jaime Hubbard (born 1962) is an American television actress and a licensed psychotherapist based in Los Angeles, California.
Early life and education
Hubbard was born in 1962 in Germany.
She studied screenwriting and directing at the New York University's Film School. She then moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in show business and studied acting for two years under Joanne Baron.
Later, she also obtained a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, Keene, New Hampshire, after which she started practicing psychotherapy in Los Angeles.
Jamie Hubbard started her show business career as a model at the age of 14 in Hawaii.
She made her acting debut in 1989, as "Salia" in "The Dauphin" episode of acclaimed television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. In the same year, she was seen in a supporting role in director Alan Bergmann's short drama The Hitch-Hikers.
In 1994, Hubbard was seen as "Melissa" in "Adam's Birthday" episode of Ellen DeGeneres's TV series Ellen. She was last seen on TV in 1995 in an episode of Platypus Man. She played the character of a nurse and the doctor's part was played by British actor Brian George.
Hubbard is also a Los Angeles, California-based licensed psychotherapist. She received a Masters of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University, Keene, New Hampshire, in 2009, and completed her training and internship at the Southern California Counseling Center and graduated from its Family Therapy Training Program. She is certified as an LGBT Affirmative Psychotherapist, American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy in California.