Jill Eikenberry is an American film, stage, and television actress. She is known for her role as lawyer Ann Kelsey on the NBC drama L.A. Law (1986–94), for which she is a five-time Emmy Award and four-time Golden Globe Award nominee, winning the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Drama Series in 1989. She received an Obie Award in 1986 for the Off-Broadway plays "Lemon Sky" and "Life Under Water," and was nominated for a 2011 Drama Desk Award for the Off-Broadway musical "The Kid."
Jill appeared on Broadway in "All Over Town," "Summer Brace," "Watch on the Rhine," and "Onward Victoria." Her most recent stage appearance was in 2019 in a play by her husband Michael Tucker entitled "Fern Hill" at 59 E59th in New York.
In 1989 Jill produced a documentary about surviving breast cancer called "Destined to Live," which aired matt times on NBC and for which she received The Humanities Award.
Jill's film appearances include Hide in Plain Sight (1980), Arthur (1981) and The Manhattan Project (1986).