Jasmine M. Rush
Jasmine Rush is an African American actress born and raised in Milwaukee, WI. Her love for the arts has been prominent since childhood, shown in her being an active participant in performance opportunities available to her.
At the age of 17, Jasmine graduated from then James Madison University H.S. in which she was one of only 4 students to graduate as a candidate for the International Baccalaureate Full Diploma.
Jasmine earned her B.A. in Theatre Arts from University of Minnesota - Twin Cities where she participated greatly in the arts community, both in school and throughout Minneapolis/Saint Paul. She garnered leading roles in every production season while attending school also working with prominent theatres and artists in the Twin Cities community. Her talent was so sought after that in her final year, two productions negotiated an overlapping schedule to have her play leading roles for each of them. Jasmine was selected as the Horace J. Bond Ambassador for the prestigious Penumbra Theatre Company.
Moving to NYC, Jasmine was accepted into the Professional Actor Training Program at Circle in the Square Theatre School. Throughout and post her training at Circle, Jasmine has auditioned and been cast in many theatrical, film and television productions across the country.
Jasmine has recently been seen on 'Blue Bloods', 'Difficult People', and Golden Globe Nominated Mini-Series, 'The Sinner'. She is currently an M.F.A. Candidate at the Academy of Classical Acting at George Washington University/Shakespeare Theatre Company.