Jessa Doll
Actor, Dancer
Non Union
“I witnessed her ability to stun international audiences with her vitality and emotional engagement. In every production, Ms. Jessa Doll remains fearless and possesses a remarkable aptitude for exploring challenging ideas and concepts through her physicality. At the same time she is a technician of the highest caliber.”
– Kelly Konno

Jessa Doll is a commercial dancer from Vancouver who currently resides in Los Angeles, California. While growing up in Langley, BC, Jessa attended a fine arts high school where she majored in modern dance and musical theatre. After graduating, she joined the prestigious Source Dance Company and spent two years training under Joanne Pesusich and many of North America’s top choreographers and instructors. From there she signed with da Costa Talent Management, and began her dance career as a freelance artist in Canada. In 2014, Jessa obtained her 0-1 artist working visa for the United States and signed with one of LA’s top agencies, MSA.

Jessa’s professional credits include Nickelodeon’s “Rags”, Disney’s “Girl vs. Monster”, and “Bravetown” starring Josh Duhamel, as well as a L’Oreal commercial featuring Karlie Kloss. Jessa has danced for artists Natalie LaRose, Jerimih, Jesse McCartney, Mariana’s Trench, Michael Buble, Wanting Qu, Charlie (Canada’s The Next Star winner) and recording artist Stef Lang. She has worked with choreographers Oth’than Burnside, Frank Gatson, Brian Friedman, Michael Silas, Tucker Barkley, Kelly Konno, Menina Fortunato, Paul Becker, Kyle Hanagami, Brandon Dumlao, and Erik Saradpon.

Jessa’s experience performing in many events for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics and countless other live shows, along with her maturity and understanding of movement, has defined her style to make her stand out amongst others in her field. She has trained extensively in jazz, contemporary, modern syllabus, street jazz, hip hop and musical theatre. She is also continuing to expand her training into partnering, ballroom, singing, and acting.