Jasmine Burke - Biography

Jasmine Burke is an actress and filmmaker from Atlanta, Georgia, who studied theatre and business, on a full scholarship, at Kennesaw State University.

Jasmine has been in movies such as "The Secret Life of Bee's " with Dakota Fanning, Queen Latifah and Jennifer Hudson, campy classic's like "Van Wilder 3" and the indie hit Mississippi Damned, just to name a few.

Jasmine is no stranger to the small screen having worked on some of TV's hottest shows such as: The CW hit "Vampire Diaries", Lifetime's "Army Wives" and "Drop Dead Diva" as well as the Lifetime movie special "Acceptance". Jasmine also gave a gripping performance starring alongside R&B Soul songstress Angie Stone in Robert Townsends "Musical Theatre of Hope". She flexed her singing and dancing skills as a finalist and fan favorite on MTV's "Making the Band 3" in 2005.

After writing spec scripts and developing ideas for other production companies, Jasmine stepped outside of on her own creating her own production company. Through Jasmine Burke Productions, LLC she's on a mission to create positive & realistic reflections of Urban Youth & Adults in main stream media. In 2009 She wrote, executive produced and directed her first film "Lucky Lotto". "Lucky Lotto" went on to become a winner in The 2010 Women in Film and Television International Short Film Showcase and screened in movie theatres to enthusiastic audiences. Jasmine also won an achievement in directing honor for "Lucky Lotto" at The 2010 WIFTA's.

When she's not creating she's giving back to organizations that helped groom her as child in her hometown of Atlanta. Her volunteer efforts include coordinating arts&entertainment programs for The Boys&Girls Club's of Metro Atlanta, sitting on the marketing board for Girls Inc., a judge for The Miss Black Teen Atlanta Scholarship Pageant, a counselor for C.A.S.A (Court Appointed Special Advocate), singing at childrens' hospitals as an ambassador for 500 Songs for Kids, and seeking to change lives through her Non-Profit Organization "No Bully Zone".