Jasmine M. Rush*
Jasmine M. Rush* (she/her), is a Brooklyn-based Black actor, director, and writer born and raised in Milwaukee, WI. Classically trained, she has worked nationally on stage, film, and television. Off-Broadway credits: As Much as I Can (Joe’s Pub and The Public Theater). Regional (select): The Amen Corner (upcoming) (Shakespeare Theatre Company); School Girls; Or, the African Mean Girls Play (TheatreSquared); [keyp-ing] (New Repertory Theatre); Intimate Apparel (Sierra Rep Theatre); Barbecue and Saturday Night/Sunday Morning (Lyric Stage Company of Boston); Mud (Philip Glass Days and Nights Festival). TV: Bull, Blue Bloods, The Sinner, Difficult People. Company ,ember, Quick Silver Theater Company, NYC. She holds a BA in theatre arts from the University of Minnesota/Twin Cities and earned her MFA in classical acting from the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Academy of Classical Acting at George Washington University. eare Theatre Company’s Academy of Classical Acting at George Washington University. Proud member of SAG-AFTRA and Actor’s Equity Association. JasmineMRush.com, @jasmineMrush
*Member of Actors Equity Association.
Updated September 2021.