Jasmine Di Angelo (writer, actor) was born along the North Sea and learned how to walk under a Scandinavian sun (in short, Denmark). She then made a quick, twenty-year pitstop in Los Angeles where she was raised on sound stages, in casting offices, and sparring boys at her parents' Taekwondo studio. Once baked until golden brown in the heat of the San Fernando Valley, she headed east and is now proud to call herself a New Yorker. As a writer, Jasmine is the author of a one-woman play called S.T.A.T. (or, Stop Talking About That), which was selected for Son of Semele Theatre’s Solo Creation Festival, and later workshopped at Pacific Resident Theatre. She is grateful to Che’Rae Adams for both her dramaturgy and her never-ending guidance. For further literary nourishment, head over to Jasmine's blog here to nibble on little stories and get your poetry prescription filled. As an actor, television credits include: New Girl (FOX), NCIS (CBS), Baby Daddy (Freeform), E.R. (NBC), Sleeper Cell (Showtime), Grey’s Anatomy (ABC) and more. Film credits include: Thirteen (dir. Catherine Hardwicke), White Frog (dir. Quentin Lee), and The Foreigner (dir. Clancy Chassay).