Jan Broberg

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Jan Broberg

Immediate Family:

Daughter of Robert Dean Broberg and Private

Occupation: Actress, Singer, Dancer, Writer
Managed by: Private User
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About Jan Broberg


Jan Broberg Felt (born July 31, 1962) is an American actress, singer and dancer.


She has appeared in over a dozen feature films. Some of her film credits are Slaughter of the Innocents (HBO), Poof Point (Disney), Message in a Cell Phone (Disney), The Secret Keeper (Columbia TriStar), Bug Off, (Feature Films for Families), Hope For Troubled Teens, Nadir, Family First, Little Secrets (Columbia TriStar), Mobsters and Mormons, and The Book of Mormon Movie, Vol. 1: The Journey. She also played the mother of the main character in Baptists at Our Barbecue, and co-starred with Elijah Wood in Maniac.

Jan has appeared in many television series, including: Touched by an Angel (CBS), Promised Land (CBS), Remember Me (PBS), Death Row (PBS), The Man With Three Wives (the Norman Grayson story), Harmful Intent (NBC), Siege at Marion (NBC), Deliver Them from Evil: The Taking of Alta View (CBS), Ancient Secrets of the Bible (CBS Miniseries). Perhaps her most notable role was in the WB series Everwood as Nurse Louise.

Jan is a veteran stage actress and has had starring roles in the following: The Sound of Music (Tuacahn Theatre), I Do! I Do! (Sundance Theatre), Jane Eyre (Glendale Center), My Fair Lady (Scera Theatre), Carousel (Idaho State University), Trixie True Teen Detective (BYU), and No No Nanette (Playmill).

Personal Life

Broberg was kidnapped when she was twelve, and again when she was fourteen. She has written a book entitled Stolen Innocence: The Jan Broberg Story about the experience. She was given a "Woman of Achievement Award" by the St. George Chamber of Commerce in 2008.

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Jan Broberg's Timeline

July 31, 1962