intently regards the viewer, leaning forward slightly, as if anxious
to depart. She appears young, but not naively so, and there is
an air of determination about her, with perhaps a touch of impatience.
Her skin is golden brown and her slender form is nicely toned, giving
an impression of vitality. Her shoulder-length hair, pulled back
so as not to fall into her face, is wavy and black, and her eyes are
an intense blue. They bore relentlessly into the viewer.
is the daughter of John and Mary Roman, an Atlantic City police officer
and a housewife, respectively. She also has a younger sister,
Becky, who is in college. After graduating magna cum laude
from Princeton, Jillian followed in her father's footsteps and pursued
a career in law enforcement, joining the FBI. She's currently
assigned to the Bureau's office in New Orleans. Although she doesn't
discuss her work much, it's obvious that she loves her job and takes
it very seriously.
tends towards only a few close friends, rather than many superficial
ones, and comes off as overly serious to many who don't know her well.
She rarely dates, which is a source of some frustration to her. It's
not that she doesn't want to, it's just that she never seems to have
the time, or meet anyone she'd be willing to make the time for.
She tends to dress pretty casually when not on duty and often spends
her free time in athletic pursuits, either on company athletic teams,
or whatever outdoor activities the area has to offer.
Set of Scales
Blue and Grey
Do You Want On Your Tombstone?
"She Made A Difference."
Kris Fazzari's Jillian Page