Jordana Brewster as Dr. Jill Roberts
|First appearance||"Chuck Versus the Ex"|
|Last appearance||"Chuck Versus the First Kill"|
|Portrayed by||Jordana Brewster|
|Family||Wally Roberts (father)
Judy Roberts (mother)
|Affiliation||Rogue asset, allegiance unknown|
|Expertise||Evolutionary Biology; Espionage and firearms training|
Dr. Jill Roberts is a recurring character on the action/comedy series Chuck on NBC. She is a prominent figure in the series mythology, though did not appear until the middle of the second season. Jill is Chuck's ex-girlfriend from Stanford, and is portrayed by Jordana Brewster. Jill has made the most recurring appearances among Fulcrum agents in the series (with four appearances), surpassing Ted Roark and Vincent, who have each made three appearances.
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