Who Is Thomas Lennon's Wife, Jenny Robertson?

Thomas Lennon has entertained countless fans (and made quite a bit of money) over the years thanks to his work on shows like the remake of "The Odd Couple" and "Santa Clarita Diet," as well as in movies such as "We're the Millers" and "How to Lose a Guy In 10 Days." Among a long list of other gigs, he's also done a heck of a lot of voice work — yep, you can hear him on shows like "Bob's Burgers," "Archer," and "American Dad!" — not to mention his epic comedic work as Lieutenant Jim Dangle, his most famous role to date, on "Reno 911!".

But when Lennon isn't busy being an accomplished actor, he's likely enjoying his time as a husband to Jenny Robertson. The pair were married in April 2002, per IMDb. By 2009, they had "purchased a Hancock Park-area house for $2,175,000," according to the Los Angeles Times. That's perhaps where they're raising their son, Oliver Patrick Lennon, who was born that same year. The star showed off his little one on Instagram in March with a photo that also featured his wife and another notable name. "My son showing how [fellow 'Reno 911!' co-star Cedric Yarbrough] makes us all feel," the proud father wrote, referring to the massive smile on the kiddo's face.

But when it comes to Robertson, who is the star's wife? Read on to find out!

You may have seen Jenny Robertson on 'Reno 911!'

Just like her famous husband, Jenny Robertson happens to be in show business. In fact, if you've ever watched "Reno 911!" then you've likely seen her on-screen. That's because she's regularly popped up on the show over the years. According to IMDb, she's played various characters, like Trailer Park Woman, Apt. #9 Lady, Disgruntled Car Owner, Susan the Barista, Upscale Wife, and Blanche.

Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, back in November 1963, Robertson started acting in high school before attending Northern Kentucky University. From there, she worked with the Actors Theatre of Louisville as an apprentice, then headed to New York, the site notes. Once in the big city, she landed a role alongside Kevin Costner thanks to her film debut in 1988's "Bull Durham." She's gone on to appear on shows like "Heart of Dixie," "Law & Order," "Ghost Whisperer," and "Maggie Winters."

However, she hasn't picked up a new gig since 2016, when she appeared as herself in a video short called "Craig Wedren & Pink Ape: I Am a Wolf, You Are the Moon." Perhaps she's retired from the screen or maybe she's just taking a bit of an acting break to enjoy motherhood.