Jessica was born and raised in sunny Miami, Fl. A place she calls paradise. “I never had to go far to feel like I was on vacation. In fact I just had to walk out my front door and I was immediately greeted with sunshine on my face, soft sand at my feet and the incredible vast warm Atlantic ocean…Ah there is no place like home.”
Growing up, Jessica partook in numerous extracurricular activities, such as ballet, piano, art, music, drama and classical spanish dance. She accomplished all of this while maintaining her grades. She was always interested in working with and helping the elderly. This is why she went on to graduate from FIU with a degree in Psychology. Her intention was to continue and specialize in Geriatric Psychology. However her brush at working in a controlled office setting was short lived. As soon as Jessica graduated from college she was offered an amazing contract with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. It was an offer too good to pass up. She got to travel the world doing what she loved…dancing! This was the beginning of a long prosperous career as a Rumba Flamenco dancer. She now owns her own dance company “Flamenco Express”. Despite her prosperous dancing career, Jessica never stopped dreaming.
When not dancing, she would audition for theatrical roles. This too proved a good choice for Jessica. She had the opportunity to play "Celeste Finley" in Tennessee Williams' "Sweet Bird of Youth", alongside soap opera stars and friends, Zully Montero and Carlos Caballero; "Cinderella" in the British Panto production of "Cinderella", alongside celebrity, Davy Jones of The Monkees. She was also cast in several Telemundo series including Los Teens, "Loteria", Decisiones and achieved an outstanding dramatic role in Telemundo's soap opera, Dame Chocolate, alongside Genesis Rodriguez and Carlos Ponce. Having fulfilled many of her dreams of dancing and acting, Jessica took a break from being in the lime light and worked behind the scenes, as a tour manager and personal assistant to the great Davy Jones, for 5 years.
In the short time she has been out in L.A. she has appeared on shows such as General Hospital as Chef Sophia, To Tell The Truth as Dr. Mireya Mayor and Superstore as the Young Diaper Mom (not yet aired). At the moment Jessica is collaborating with the talented Vadim Brunell on a short comedy called Fabrice and will soon be appearing in a Plain White T's music video.
She is actively pursuing her next adventure in life.
“Life is a journey not a destination…make sure you enjoy the ride!”