Theater credits include playing "Celeste Finley" in Tennessee Williams' "Sweet Bird of Youth", “Adela” in Federico García Lorcas’ “La Casa De Bernarda Alba”, "Cinderella" in the British Pantomime "Cinderella" and “Maria” in Daimary Sánchez Morenos’ “Are You Bringing Something From Mexico?”.

Jessica has been cast in several Telemundo Telenovelas including “Los Teens”, "Loteria", “Decisiones” and “Dame Chocolate” among others. 
Since moving to L.A. she has appeared on the TV shows “General Hospital”, “To Tell The Truth”, “Superstore” and  Hallmark Channel's "South Beach Love". 

Jessica is also very proud to have been part of Pixars’ animated feature, “Coco” and Clint Eastwood's Cry Macho.   

She recently finished producing, directing and starring in a comedic web series she wrote called "Cuban Tales”.

Jessica was born and raised in Miami, Fl. to Cuban parents Miriam and Jose Pacheco. 

Growing up, Jessica partook in numerous extracurricular activities, such as Ballet, Piano, Art, Music, Drama and Classical Spanish Dance/Flamenco. 

Dancing highlights include performing at The Royal Albert Hall in London, England during The Monkees 2011 World Tour, performing with The Florida Grand Opera in “Carmen”, “Turandot” and “La Traviata” and with The L.A. Opera in “Carmen”.

Jessica’s dance company is called “Flamenco Tropical”. 


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