Intelligent | Sassy | Determined
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As a second-generation Indian/Bengali-Australian actress and writer, Jasmine tells stories about navigating and thriving in two cultures, and finding your own voice when it doesn’t match the voices around you. She was a published author at the age of 9 when she wrote and illustrated a children's picture book, ‘The Tale of Lucy Goosey’. and has continued to write both novels and screenplays. Growing up in rural Queensland, she knows how to hunt and ski like a champ, but as a lover of education, her studies came first.
As an actress, she brings a fierce determination to every role, and a warmth that can soften it in an instant. She stole scenes as an ambitious, witty intern in a workplace comedy, and as the romantic lead she brings a sultry quality that’s impossible to resist. Through her acting training, Jazzy has taken intensives in intimacy and chemistry, giving her an understanding and natural comfortability of on screen chemistry. She has trained with the likes of Kristina Sexton, Lisa Robertson and Ben Parkinson.
As a writer/producer/creator, Jasmine is currently in post-production with Upside Down Media Productions to produce 12 short films in 12 months to represent the 12 faces of humanity. She has also recently completed working on 'The Gorge', 'Finding Addison' and 'The Edge'. With every project, Jasmine creates content that truly represents the diverse world we live in. Finding Addison, made under Blue Sparrow Entertainment, has recently been nominated for the AACTA 'Best Short Film' award.
Jasmine is also a trained singer and regularly practices Krav Maga. But she might be more comfortable in the snow than on her own two feet (she’s a black-diamond level skier). Aside from acting, Jasmine’s passions lie in academia and languages. Professors and mentors have come to know her as a driven young lady with an insiatiable thirst for knowledge. She currently studies French and Mandarin and Law at University after receiving a perfect score on her year 12 examinations, scoring in the top 0.2% of the state.