Jennifer Michelle Goodwin, who is popularly known as Ginnifer Goodwin, celebrates her 37th birthday on Friday, 22 May.
Born in Memphis, Tennessee, as the eldest daughter of Welsh descent Tim Goodwin and Jewish believer Linda, the actress was raised as a Christian as well as a Jew. While the celeb was baptised and attended Unitarian Church on Sundays, she also had a bat mitzvah service.
The "Big Love" star began her journey through the world of entertainment, while pursuing a Bachelor degree in Fine Arts from Boston University. She was part of several college and local stage productions as well as short films.
Some of the small screen projects of the celeb are "Porn 'n Chicken", "Robot Chicken", "Big Love", "SpongeBob SquarePants", "Five", "Electric City", "Killing Kennedy", and "Sofia the First".
She was also part of numerous movies, including "Mona Lisa Smile", Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!", "Walk the Line", "In the Land of Women", "Day Zero", "Birds of America", "He's Just Not That Into You", "A Single Man", "Ramona and Beezus", "Take Me Home Tonight", "Something Borrowed", and "Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast".