Jasmine Guy Biography

Jasmine Guy is an American actress, dancer and singer and best known for her roles. She was born in Boston US on March 10, 1962. Her father was an African American and mother was Portuguese American. She attended the North Fulton High School, later she studied dance at Alvin Ailey American Dance Center in New York in 1981.

Guy released her own title debut album in 1990 which spawned three singles: Try Me, Just want to Hold You and Another Like my Lover. In 2006, she attended graduation classes from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She got married to Terrence Duckett in 1988 and has a child. After 10 years, a couple got separated. Guy was very social and had lots of friends so that’s why often there were rumors about her professional career and personal life.

Guy worked for movies like: October Baby, Kasha and the Zulu King, Drop Dead Dive, The Vampires Diaries, My Parents my Sister and me, Ways of the Flesh, Tru Loved, That’s so Reven, The Parker’s, Dying on the Edge, Carrie, Diamond Men, Cyberchase, Feast of all Saints, The Law of Enclosures, Cat’s don’t Dance, Medeline, Lillie, Partners, Linc’s, Any Day Now, Malcolm & Eddie, Touched by an Angel, American’s Dreams, Living Singles, Klash, Queen, Fame and more.

Guy recorded a public message through announcement from Deejay Ra’s “Hip Hop Literacy” campaign encourages reading books of “Tupac Shakur”. She also worked for music albums like: Just Want to Hold You, Try Me, Another Like my Lover and Don’t Want Money.

Jasmine Guy Biography

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Jasmine Guy Biography