Jazsmin Lewis

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Jazsmin Lewis
Born (1976-03-22) March 22, 1976 (age 38)[1]
Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Occupation Actress
Years active 1994–present

Jazsmin Lewis (born March 22, 1976) is an American actress. She is perhaps best known for her starring role as Traci Townsend in the 2005 film Traci Townsend.

Biography[edit]

Jazsmin Lewis was born in the city of Cleveland, Ohio[1] to a Caucasian mother and a father of African American and East Indian heritage.[2] She is also known for being the Coors Light spokesmodel in 2001–2002.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Film Role Notes
1995 Broken Bars Raven
1997 Def Jam's How to Be a Player Pookie
1999 Fraternity Boys Role Unknown
2001 Automatic Jasmine Ridgewood
2002 Barbershop Jennifer Palmer
2003 The Beat Tawanna Starring Role
Blacklisted Pluke
Deliver Us from Eva Lori
BAADASSSSS! Working Girl
2004 Barbershop 2: Back in Business Jennifer
Doing Hard Time Robin
2005 Traci Townsend Traci Townsend Starring and Breakout Role
Wifey Malika Melrose
Flip the Script Nikki
2007 Three Can Play That Game Tiffany Supporting Role/Opposite Jason George
Divine Intervention Divine Matthews Starring Role
2008 Grapes on a Vine Cris Hayes Starring Role
2009 Applause for Miss E April
I Do... I Did! Dr. Jazmine
2010 Hollywont Jacqueline Towns Currently in post production
Grapes on a Vine 2: My Brother's Keeper Cris Hayes Currently in pre-production
2011 Untitled Sharlene Falls Project Nicky Robbins Currently in pre-production
Redemption Page Currently in pre production
Television
Year Title Role Notes
1994 Martin Pina One Episode: The Closer I Get to You
1995 Saved by the Bell: The New Class Carla Peterson One Episode: R.J.'s Handicap
Hang Time Teresa Campbell One Episode: Poetic Justice
1996 Family Matters Yvette One Episode: Scammed
The Wayans Bros. Lena One Episode: Grandma's in the Hiz-House
Sparks Ms. Robinson One Episode: Penal Envy
Malcolm & Eddie Balloon Woman One Episode: Dead Guy
1996–1997 In the House Carly and Debbie Home Again and The Retreat Story
1997 Claude's Crib Tiffany One Episode: Pilot
Baywatch Nights Role Unknown One Episode: A Thousand Words
Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction Role Unknown One Episode: The Subway
Living Single Candance One Episode: Love Don't Live Here Anymore: Part 1
1997–1998 Good News Venita Stanbury Eighteen Episodes
1998 Martial Law Justine Winship One Episode: Bad Seed
USA High Tyrae the Blind Date One Episode: The Blind Date
2001 Moesha Lanae Foster Three Episodes: Mayhem at the Jam, Creepin' and Graduation Day
2002 For Your Love Chantel One Episode: The Affair of the Heart
Half & Half Karen One Episode: The Big Upsetting Set-Up Episode
2003 Eve Dani Five Episodes: Hair Is Stronger Than Pride, Pimps Up, DivaStyle Down, They've Come Undone: Part 1, They've Come Undone: Part 2, and Self Helpless
2003–2004 Line of Fire Jada Six Episodes: Take the Money and Run, Undercover Angel, The Best-Laid Plans, Mother & Child Reunion, Eminence Front: Part 1, and Eminence Front: Part 2
2005 All of Us Gwenn Finn One Episode: Creeping with the Enemy
2009 Brothers Monica One Episode: House Rules/Anniversary
2010 Meet the Browns Joy One Episode: Meet the Bump and Grind

Awards and nominations[edit]

Jazsmin won the 2006 award for the best acting performance for her role in Traci Townsend at the 2006 Boston International Film Festival. She also won the Audience Choice Award winner at the 2006 Hollywood Black Film Festival for the aforementioned role that same year.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b The Jazsmin Lewis Picture Page. Superiorpics.com (1976-03-22). Retrieved on 2011-12-02.
  2. ^ a b Jazsmin Lewis – Biography
  3. ^ Traci Townsend DVD Rental Synopsis. Blockbuster. Retrieved on 2011-12-02.

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