Jessica Biel's biography was initially planned to be a vocalist. She attended training and appeared in numerous musical events in her hometown. When she was 12, she presented herself in "The International Modeling and Talent Association Conference" in Los Angeles. Since then she started doing modeling jobs, appearing in several advertisements.
Later on, Biel was selected to star in "7th Heaven", the longest family drama in United States. Her filming career started in 1997 in a drama "Ulee's Gold" which earned her the Young Artist Award. She then starred in a movie "I'll be Home for Christmas" in 1998. She blamed her role in "7th Heaven" for causing her a virtuous image and to avoid herself from losing the contract she posed for a semi-nude photo to be the "Gear" magazine cover. Although most of the people were annoyed by her actions, she managed to stay with the show until her contract expired.
Biel starred in "Summer Catch" in 2001 and in "The Rules of Attraction" a year later. After leaving "7th Heaven", she was chosen to be the female lead in the remake of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre". In 2003, she acted in "Blade: Trinity" before proceeded to star in "Stealth". She made an appearance in "Cellular" where her boyfriend, Chris Evans was also in the show.
When she played in "The Illusionist", she got the "Rising Star Award" during the "Palm Springs International Film Festival" and an "Achievement Award" during the "Newport Beach Film Festival". Later on she starred in "Home of the Brave" in 2006, "Next" and also "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" in 2007.
After that, Jessica Biel's biography of acting career saw her appearing in "Power Blue", "Nailed" and "Easy Virtue" as well as "Planet 51". She got involved in a charity auction in 2006 by offering a lunch date. In 2007, she became one of the founders of "Make the Difference Network", a social network that intends to enhance the awareness of non-profit organizations to increase the amount of donors.