|Height||5' 5" (1.65 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Jami Harris made her professional theatre debut at age 13 as a spunky bunny in a regional production of The Wind in the Willows and continued to act in local community theatre and professional productions throughout her childhood in South Carolina. In 2009, she turned her attention to film when she booked the female lead in independent feature film The Death of Kevin Frye shooting in Bartlesville, OK. Since then, she has had principal roles in over 30 films as well as in numerous commercials, music videos, and industrial videos. She is the spokesmodel for Quantus Creative in Tulsa, OK, and appears in a series of web videos for US Cellular. Her most notable role to date was as the runaway Lindsey in feature film "Pawn's Move," which won a Dove seal of approval and is distributed through multiple retailers, including Amazon, Walmart, and Netflix. Jami serves on the boards of two not-for-profit organizations and has recently tried her hand at screen writing. Her first screenplay, The Last Gift, which she co-wrote with Chad Henninger, was shot in McAlester, OK in November 2012, and she is writing a new screenplay (as of June 2013) that will be produced in Tulsa, OK.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous