Jennifer McMurray
Biographical information
Date of birthMarch 17, 1979
Age (1985)6
Age (2015)36
Physical description
Hair colorBlack
Eye colorBrown
Behind-the-scenes information

My name is Jennifer McMurray. I'm an artist, animator, writer, musician, voice actor, and video game designer. I'm also a huge Back to the Future fan who dreams of making something official in this universe some day. My favorite film of the Back to the Future trilogy is Back to the Future Part II, although I love them all.

I saw the three films in theaters on Back to the Future Day and saw the Boston Pops perform the soundtrack for Back to the Future live, synced to the film on New Year's Eve in 2016.

I own the 2015 Blu-ray release of the trilogy and the DVD release of Back to the Future: The Animated Series. I also own the real issue of the October 22, 2015 USA Today newspaper with the Back to the Future front page wrap, the Back to the Future board game by Smith's, and Back to the Future: The Card Game by Looney Labs. I also purchased the self drying jacket from Falyon Wearable Tech.

I'm a huge fan of Telltale Games, and have helped them out as a volunteer moderator on their forums since 2012. I enjoyed Back to the Future: The Game a lot. I own the original release on PC and Mac, for digital download and on physical media in the deluxe edition. I also own the PlayStation 3 version for digital download and on physical media. I purchased the Xbox 360 version of the 30th Anniversary remaster of the game on the first day of release on October 13, 2015, which was the first time I had done so for a video game since Psychonauts in 2005. The addition of Tom Wilson as Biff Tannen really improved the game. Andrew Chaikin was great as wimpy Biff, but not so much as tough Biff. Tom Wilson's performance really added a lot to the game, especially when he played the alternate version of Biff that was part of the Citizen Plus Program. He really gave the character an added sense of creepiness that added a lot to the eerie feeling of the Citizen Brown timeline. I later purchased Back to the Future: The Game - 30th Anniversary Edition via digital download on Xbox One as well.

I also own several Back to the Future books, including Back in Time: The Unauthorized Back to the Future Chronology, the Back to the Future Part III novelization, and the first four issues (and the promotional issue) of the Harvey Comics run of Back to the Future comics. I also own all of the issues of the Back to the Future, Citizen Brown, and Biff to the Future comics by IDW Publishing that have been released so far, for digital download and in print. The fact that they're co-written by Bob Gale really helps the stories. They are great, and feel like part of the Back to the Future universe, filling in some of the gaps in the stories of the films.

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