Jasmine Huang
Actor, Dancer, Singer
“Jasmine brings what every choreographer wants which is more than being a great dancer, she is passionate and smart, she is focused and fun, and she loves to perform. She is the real deal.”
– Amy Wright, Choreographer

Growing up with the pressure to follow a traditional career path, Jasmine stood her ground and pursued her love for the performing arts. She has gone on to work with some of Toronto’s top choreographers, including Hollywood Jade, Amy Wright, Lianne Tammi, Allison Bradley, Lineen Doung, and Chelsea Leaman. Known for being a passionate, hardworking, fast-learning triple-threat performer, Jasmine is merely on the cusp of her career.

Born and raised in Toronto, Jasmine started her dance training in ballet and Chinese dance at the age of four. By middle school, she began training in contemporary, jazz, hip hop, and jazz funk at a competitive level. She completed the Beijing Dance Academy Chinese dance examinations, receiving the highest scores in Canada for her final two examinations. Learning a variety of dance styles has allowed Jasmine to work with a broad range of companies, including BollyHeelsTO, Little Pear Garden Dance, and Canadian Ballet Theatre.

Jasmine fell in love with musical theatre when she was a Dance Major at Earl Haig Secondary School, where she choreographed a production of “Guys and Dolls”. Jasmine recently worked with the Lower Ossington Theatre as a swing in “Matilda”, and she is excited to continue to grow as a musical theatre performer.

Jasmine found that her strong performance quality channelled well on the big screen as well as onstage. Starting off with background work on “Mrs. America”, she was recently on set as a dancer on the film “The Swan” working with Amy Wright. Currently a student of LB Acting Studios and Milne Studios, Jasmine is loving every moment and looking forward to diving further into the world of film and television.

Music was a big part of Jasmine’s childhood. She trained in piano from the age of four and would go on to complete her Royal Conservatory of Music examinations. She sang in her school choir all through elementary and high school, where she won an award for Best Elective Vocal Student. She is currently training with her vocal coach Jennifer Walls.

Outside of performing, Jasmine creates concept videos focused on telling stories of BIPOC and is a regular dance teacher at her home studio Sun Ling School of Dance.