Jenna Elfman praises Scientology and encourages people to learn for themselves and "not believe everything they hear or read on the internet."
Jenna Elfman made her debut on 'Fear the Walking Dead' and she couldn't be more different than the free-spirited yoga instructor that made her famous in 'Dharma & Greg.'
"Imaginary Mary" star Jenna Elfman had more of an "Ask Me Almost Anything" than an "Ask Me Anything," as Reddit users peppered her with questions about Scientology.
Fifteen years after her long-running sitcom Dharma & Greg ended, Jenna Elfman is returning to ABC with Imaginary Mary. The comedy blends live action with CGI as Elfman’s character Alice, a severely commitment-phobic public relations exec, falls in love with a single father of three (Stephen Schneider) — prompting the unexpected return of her meddlesome (though well-meaning) childhood imaginary friend Mary (voiced by SNL alum Rachel Dratch). And now that Alice is all grown up, she greets her fictional former friend as any sane adult would: With sheer panic and denial.