Sasha Jackson

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Sasha Jackson
Born (1988-08-01) August 1, 1988 (age 27)
Old Windsor, Berkshire, England
Occupation Actress
Years active 2003–present

Sasha Jackson (born 1 August 1988) is a British actress from Windsor, Berkshire, currently based in Los Angeles. She has performed recurring guest roles in Warner Bros and ABC series.[which?][1][2]

In 2012 Sasha has filmed as Laura Kidwell in Desolate Road,[3] as Jett in Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader, and as Amy in The Formula.[4] She has been cast as lead female, Denis Nicholls in the American/Chinese Co-Production feature film Yeren written by Ethan Wiley to be filmed in China. Her further acting credits on American and British television include CSI:Crime Scene Investigation as Eva Byron alongside Ted Danson, One Tree Hil as Kylie in Season 7 and also in Season 9; as a British caricature of Malin Ackerman in Childrens Hospital and as American gold-digger April in 'Til Death with Brad Garrett, in Rita Rocks, and in British productions Star and This Morning. Sasha also has a cameo appearance in the pilot episode of "Happy Endings".

Feature film roles include the lead in the direct-to-DVD production Blue Crush 2 as American teenager Dana. She appeared in the UK television miniseries The Witches of Oz as Ilsa Lang/Princess Langwidere.[5] and played the lead in the direct-to-video Everything To Dance For.[6] She also appeared in Lawrence Pearce's Night Junkies.

Sasha has also appeared as herself on The Daily Habit.

Along with this, Sasha has appeared numerous times as the character "AJ" (Action Jackson) for the website KickAssKandy; a tongue in cheek website that makes videos of attractively dressed females fighting, and beating up male goons. She quickly became a fan favorite for her "innocent" and "cute" character personality, along with her fighting style.

Stars alongside Brandon Baker and Reginald VelJohnson in the upcoming film, "The Formula," a comedy about two engineering students who discover a mathematical formula for picking up women with ease.[7][not in citation given]


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