Biography

Jasmine’s love for performing was nurtured at her dynamic family parties, where magic shows, aunties singing and cousins performing hip hop routines would happen.

An Oxnard, Ca native, Jasmine is the eldest daughter to Jerome and Luisa Ejan, immigrants from the Philippines.  At age 7, she fell in love with ballet and begged her parents for lessons.  Everyday was a creative adventure.  At age 10, she wrote a play and the theme song, starring her fifth grade class, about Vincent Van Gogh.  Her love for music led her to learn piano, play percussion in the junior high school band, and become lead singer in a pop band in high school.  She also held positions in student government throughout junior high and high school.  She also studied at BalletMet in Columbus, Ohio and Philippine Ballet Theater in the Philippine Islands. While at UC Irvine, Jasmine was bit by the musical theater bug and performed in her first musicals in school and professionally. After graduation from UC Irvine with a B.A. in dance and studying musical theater, her dreams came true when she was selected from among 10,000 who auditioned to perform in Celine Dion’s A New Day. The experience gave her the opportunity to do creation in Belgium with Franco Dragone, to sing with Celine Dion on the Tonight Show, and perform on the World Music Awards.  Since then, she has also performed with Elton John, Train, Van Halen, KC and the Sunshine Band, Julianne Hough, Static Revenger and Luong Tung Quang in Paris By Night 99.  She has also sung in a circus, Dream World Cirque, in Canada. In 2011, Jasmine opened in the role of Tiger Lily in Cathy Rigby is Peter Pan and performed in Madison Square Garden. Along the way she picked up a sword and trained with Tim Weske for FantasyWomenBattles.com.  Since then, she's jumped out of a tiger cage in CW's magic show: "Masters of Illusion" and starred and directed in many music videos and films.  “I have had the honor to perform throughout the United States, Europe, Canada, China and all points in between.  Being an artist is a gift and I am blessed to have supportive friends and family.  It is a work in progress and I am happy for the journey.  I love to work and am ready for the next challenge.  Let’s play!”

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