A true Gemini, Jazmine was born on the 20th of June in a year sometime in the last century. A lady never tells her age... and neither does Jazmine. It became evident that a star was born that day in Portland Oregon when Jazmine came out of the womb accompanied by her hair dresser, her publicist and a photographer from the Enquirer. Baby Jazmine was radiant, glamourous and a raging bitch. "Get that camera out of my face! Security!!" she screamed. "Doctor, cut this chord immediately! I've got a one o'clock downtown." It also became evident that Portland was not the place for a star of such magnitude.
In the Summer of 1989, with a dream in her heart and a map to the stars homes in her hand, Jazmine arrived in Hollywood. The moment she stepped off the plane she felt at home - the lights, the sounds, the crowds of people everywhere - and this was just the airport! Jazmine confidently pushed her way through the crowd, "No. No autographs, please!" she hissed, ambivalent to the cries of her fans, ignoring the beep of the metal detector, Jazmine raced out into the warm L.A night: she had ARRIVED! Los Angeles had a new world-class drag diva. And not the kind of drag diva that was easy to miss! A veritable social butterfly, Jazmine was EVERYWHERE. She made it a point to meet the right people, party at the right clubs, eat at the right restaurants, shop at the right stores, listen to the right music, watch the right movies and appear at all the right parties. . . yet somehow Jazmine ended up on all the wrong television shows (for a drag queen).
Suddenly Susan already had a statuesque goddess, The Drew Carey Show already had a faux queen and Wings was well... Wings. Nonetheless, Jazmine couldn't help but believe that her star was on the rise! She knew that in a sky full of black holes she was a SuperNova. . . and people were talking, and watching, and laughing, and introducing, and enjoying the glow.
On her new found celebrity Jazmine branched out , a queen of her size could be seen clearly from the urban jungles of Manhattan to the glittering beaches of Cannes, bringing much needed levity and joy to such events as The GLAAD Media Awards, APLA's Commitment to Life Event, The L.A. Shanti, The Queen of Silverlake and PETA's charity event in France, to name a few. Back home in Los Angeles, Jazmine also managed to find the right tv show - E! TVs Anna Nicole Show!
Jazmine has learned that the life of a jet-set international celebrity actress and supermodel has it's ups and downs... but most of the time, she enjoys life among the stars! Currently Jazmine is working on her own one-woman show, launching a website and writing her memoirs. . . no small feat for someone with virtually no memory! But that's all on the back burner for now. Quickly coming to boil is Jazmine's biggest project yet: Drag 'N You Out - a drag extravaganza the likes of which Los Angeles has never seen!
Taking the transformation of drag to a new level, Jazmine's mission is to inform, educate and enlighten - encouraging people to respect themselves and eachother. "You don't have to understand or appreciate differences in others - but you do have to respect them. We all want two things in life: to be respected and entertained! And I intend to do both!"