The American film and television actress, Jacqueline Pinol is mainly known for providing her voice in several video games and portraying the role of Detective Julie Espinosa in the series television series Bosch and providing her voice in the video game Spider-Man.
She was born on 8th April 1979 in Queens, New York. She is of French and Latin American descent. She was a member of the Mardigal Singers. She completed her graduation from Beverly Hills High School in 1997.
Pinol began her career in 1996 with her voice work for the video game Noir for Microsoft Windows. After that, she made her debut on television and played the role of Simone in the television series U.S.A. High.
She also had the role of Rachel Garcia in the series The Division in 2001. From 2001-2002, Pinol appeared in the role of Isabelle in Ponderosa. She also lent her voice as Walla to the video game Transformers: The Game in 2007.
The year 2009 saw her performance as Aria Mazon in the television series The Closer. In 2011, the actress joined the cast of the television movie Borderline Murder and played the role of Jennie Grace.
In 2016, Pinol also got the part of Dr. Sofia Amaral in Quantum Break. She gained fame for providing her voice as Rio Morales in the video game Spider-Man in 2018. The actress also became famous for portraying the role of Detective Julie Espinosa in Bosch.
She was attached to the series from 2016-2020. Pinol made her big-screen debut in 2001 with the film, Out of the Black. After that, she played the role of Nanny in another movie, Danika, in 2006.
In 2010, she came up with the film The Fallen Faithful and played the character of Maria. The actress lent her voice in Mr. Peabody & Sherman as well. In 2018, she can appear playing the role of China in Canal Street. She is married to the musician Jonny Blu, and they have a child together.