Thursday, April 12, 2012

Profile: Model / Actress Jasmine Curtis Smith


Jasmine Casandra Ojales Curtis-Smith also known as Jasmine Curtis-Smith (born on April 6, 1994 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) is a Filipino/Australian actress and model. She is the youngest daughter of Carmen Ojales, a Filipina and James Curtis-Smith, an Australian Lawyer. She is also the sister of actress Anne Curtis who is currently on ABS-CBN, and has a younger brother, Thomas James Curtis-Smith. She currently is in Year 12 at Loyola College, in Watsonia, Melbourne.
She first was noticed during her vacations in the Philippines while visiting her sister Anne, and it was not until mid 2011 after her appearance on ABS-CBN's morning variety show 'Showtime', that networks began pushing to sign her. On December 20th 2011, Jasmine signed a three year contract with the Kapatid Network, TV5, and was touted as one of TV5's 'Primetime Princesses'. 'I'm very happy to have finally settled here in TV5. The management gives me the best of both worlds: my studies and career. I can balance it out. They care about my career as well as my education,' said Jasmine in an interview after she signed up with TV5.

The Happy Network brewed a grand acting debut for Jasmine with JC de Vera in the TV remake of '90s hit action film Ang Utol kong Hoodlum, which was topbilled by Robin Padilla and Vina Morales. Some scenes of the series were shot in Australia, where Jasmine is currently studying. Exciting projects are now also in the works for the younger Curtis on TV5.
Her 2012 rises as she stars in the second mini-series, entitled Nandito Ako presented and produced by Kapatid Network TV5. She plays the role of Epifania "Anya" Dionisio and co-stars with Eula Caballero (as Holly Posadas) and David Archuleta (as Josh Bradley)

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