Jacqueline Fitzpatrick is an Irish-American actress, born in the United States to Irish parents from County Wexford. Educated in England, she attended Birmingham Drama School and trained as a professional dancer at Laban Center for Dance and Choreography in London. She was awarded a scholarship at the prestigious Alvin Ailey Dance Center in New York City, where she continued to train as a professional dancer. She went on to act in various stage, TV, film and commercial productions in New York City and is a member of SAG/AFTRA (Screen Actors Guild/American Federation of Television and Recording Artists). Jacqueline relocated back to Ireland and has appeared in cameo roles as Rebecca O’Leary on Fair City and Eva Gogan in acclaimed TV series The Clinic for RTE Television. Jacqueline has extensive experience as a professional racehorse rider, having worked for some of Irelands top trainers, including Willie Mullins, “Mouse” Morris and Charlie Swan.