Mini Bio (1)
Emmy Award winning costume designer and past president of the Costume Designers Guild, Jacqueline was recently elected to the Executive Board of the Guild. Born in Panama and educated in Europe and the United States, she earned a Master's Degree from The Ring Theatre at the University of Miami. She has designed costumes for films, videos, television, ballet, IMAX, opera and theatre. In Los Angeles theatre she has won the Dramalogue and the L.A Theatre Circle awards. Her successful films include "Seeing Other People", "Lady in White" "Normal Life "and "Pippi Longstocking", while in TV series' she is known for "Arli$$", "Columbo", "Quantum Leap", "Webster", and "Sliders". She numbers her television MOWs and mini-series' close to 100 including "An American Story", "Fatal Vision", "Max and Helen" and the "Munsters".
Jacqueline has taught at Auburn Community College a SUNY School, The International Fine Arts College in Miami and has guest lectured at UCLA and Cal State Long Beach . In 2004 she gave a series of lectures both in Connecticut Colleges and lectured in the Collaborators course at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles.
Other film business organizations which have benefited from her volunteerism, include the Academy of TV Arts and Sciences and Women in Film for which she initiated the now famous Networking Breakfasts. Outside the business Jacqueline works for organizations for abused children and the foster parents program and for The Coalition for Clean Air.
Currently, Jacqueline writes for "Women On Top" magazine and the column "Eye on Costume Designers" for the Beverly Hills Times.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: J. Saint Anne