Jasmine Curtis-Smith has been steadily gaining the recognition she deserves for her hard work and passion for her career.
From the sweet little sister of Anne Curtis, Jasmine was able to cement her own place in Philippine show business—thanks to her perseverance to strive forward.
Now, we have an idea that Jasmine is a versatile talent that can transcend on mainstream, indie or commercial projects.
As a way for us to celebrate her incoming 26th birthday, let us be immersed to these facts, collated by Vidanes Celebrity Marketing, that made Jasmine who she is now:
• Jasmine has always been a dog person, but she recently became a cat person, as well, when she got her cat Ranga.
• Jasmine is a proud supporter of Filipino indie music. She even co-manages a local rising band called Flu.
• Jasmine’s favorite flower is sunflower.
• Jasmine got her first film acting award as Best Supporting Actress on Cinemalaya in the critically acclaimed film, Transit.
• Her first on-screen kiss was on the Cinema One Originals film, entitled Baka Bukas, which is an LGBT film. This film also led her to win a Best Actress award.
• Jasmine is a car racer. She was a part of the Toyota Vios Cup for a couple of years.
• She is a big ocean defender, and a responsible tourism advocate.
• Jasmine is very particular with the roles and projects that she partakes in. She researches, and is very keen with every detail of stories she is offered with passion.
• Her best friend is her mom, Mama Carmen.
• Upon getting her first paycheck from a major endorsement, she used the money to buy a car for her mom.
• Jasmine is a very independent young lady, she got a place of her own and lived independently at the age of 20.
• Aside from acting on television and silver screen, Jasmine also acted on stage, through the play No Filter.
• One thing that her castmates are really amazed about Jasmine is how she is able to quickly internalize her character once the director calls “Action!” on set.
• Jasmine has been supporting kids through World Vision for a very long time. Some of the kids that she sponsored had already graduated, and are now also working for their families
• One of Jasmine's always must-haves is her lip balm.
• Jasmine was a contributing writer for a broadsheet’s lifestyle section before.
• Jasmine‘s favorite Filipino food is Pork Sinigang.
• Before she left for Australia, she attended her grade school in St. Paul College in Pasig, then finished high school in Melbourne.
• Jasmine helped promote the 12-Hour Famine in 2012, which was also held in Canada, Taiwan, Australia and New Zealand to help raise funds for the children of World Vision.
• Jasmine is either on-time or early for work engagements.
We could learn a thing or two from these facts about Jasmine—it really takes passion to be successful, and Jasmine has been enjoying the fruits of her success.