About Jade.

I am a born and raised Jersey girl from Williamstown, NJ.  I started dancing at the age of 5 at Patricia Reid Studio of Dance in my hometown and realized early on I loved being on stage.  In high school, I  performed in the musicals and landed my first lead role as Hermia in A Midsummer Night's Dream and from then on was hooked!  I went on to major in Theatre Performance at Rowan University earning my B.A. and worked professionally in local theatres in the Philadelphia area in productions of Annie Get Your Gun, Hello, Dolly!, Oklahoma!, and countless others becoming an Equity Membership Candidate.

 

During this time, I had the opportunity to play a victim on Forensic Files and discovered my love of TV!  After that, I spent a year auditioning in New York and Philadelphia gaining as much on-screen experience as possible, working on Forensic Files a second time, doing a lead role on I Married a Mobster for the ID Network, as well as other crime shows and commercials for Subway, ESPN and more.  I also had the privilege to work on some independent films: 8:46 now on Netflix and Into the Lion's Den.  In 2011, I competed at I.M.T.A. (International Modeling & Talent Association) in New York City and was named Actor of the Year - Female.


In 2012, I re-located to Los Angeles to pursue television and film.  I have had various wonderful opportunities filming commercials, industrials, TV and film projects.  I have studied with some of the best teachers in LA including Howard Fine, Brian Riese and Annie Grindlay.

Most importantly, I want to give all glory to God in my career and share the love of Jesus Christ with Hollywood.  I truly believe in Him love, joy, peace and fulfillment can be found.  I look forward to participating in projects that highlight this important message, but most of all strive to live a life that exemplifies this and hopefully points people to Him.  "For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son, That whosoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have everlasting life." - John 3:16