Jade was on 'The Price is Right' during Bob Barker's last season. She was the 'first contestant' called down and the first on stage, and won a treadmill.
Jade booked her first commercial with no audition required, through a casting director at Liz Lewis Casting. Later was informed that she had been upgraded to "Principle Talent". The commercial was renewed for 3 additional years.
Studied Improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade in NYC.
Was offered the leading role of Eileen in Eternal Damn Nation (2013), after initially reading for a supporting role in the film.
Jade's first leading role was on her first feature film This Time Tomorrow (2012), which was filmed in Philadelphia, PA during the holidays of 2011.
For her leading role of 'Parker' in This Time Tomorrow (2012) Jade was referred to Director Shane Bissett by leading man Dave Coleman, whom she studied with at the William Esper Studio in NYC. She was offered the role within a few days of her initial meeting with Shane & filming began about 3 weeks later.
Loves bringing laughter to the room & anywhere she goes.
Her other accents include: Brooklyn/Italian, Southern, Cartoon and many others.
Lived in Kensington Gardens London during her studies abroad, where she honed in on her British accent.
Is ethnically ambiguous, her father Egyptian (Caucasian/Mediterranean), her mother Filipina (Pacific Islander/Spaniard/South East Asian).
Directors & Producers enjoy having her positive energy on set.
Has a chocolate brown Boston Terrier 'Lacey' who lives with her 2 feline siblings 'Hanna' & 'Marlie'.
Worked with director Daniel Barber as a Lead on a National Commercial that aired during 2012-2014. Who also directed Harry Brown (2009).