Jackie Sass

Jackie Sass

Actor, Singer and Voice Actor

Washington, D. C.

Member Since:
July 2015
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> 2 weeks ago
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About Jackie

I love acting! I have a great deal of experience onstage and am successfully branching to film acting. My first work with film was writing, directing, and producing my own ten-minute short for college. I had a blast! I can turn practically anything into a song and can do more than twenty five dialects and accents. Also, I have extensive experience as a freelance model. My friends call me a chameleon because I can believably change my appearance and dialect for any role.

Unique traits: I adore new people! Over 25 Dialects/Accents Russian speaker Singer Songwriter Model



  • Junie B. Jones is Not a Crook

    Junie B. Jones is Not a Crook (2018)
    Theater by Theatre for Young America/Valerie Mackie Lucille/Mother The world according to Junie B. Jones is full of laughter and fun, along with a good dose of life-lessons along the way. As Junie B. navigates life at school with her best friends Lucille and That Grace, she learns what it means to be a true friend and that "finders keepers, losers weepers" is not the rule.

  • Lost and Found

    Lost and Found (2017)
    Film (short) by Hued Productions/Patrick Foley Maria Wolf

  • Shady Sisters: Ep. 2 (post production)

    Shady Sisters: Ep. 2 (post production) (2017)
    Film (short) by Smooth Sound Media Paula

  • Chance

    Chance (2017)
    Drama by Shubag Media Samantha After a long day, Blake (Kevin Talanges), an editor for the local news paper finds himself falling in-love after a chance encounter with his new neighbor, Samantha (Jackie Sass).

  • Wistful

    Wistful (2017)
    Film (Short and Drama) Actress A young women named Nora decides to pay her deranged mother a visit after years of separation. Nora regrets her past decisions and tries to find closure with her mother, Mrs. Montgomery, with hopes that the detachment between them will eventually pass over. 'Wistful' explores the emotional side of finding closure and common ground with those you truly care about. Regardless of their wrong doing it is never too late to ask for forgiveness, to forgive or to move on. Written by Kayla Sutton

  • King of Kings (post-production)

    King of Kings (post-production) (2016)
    Film by Rodney Jackson Allison

  • Genesis

    Genesis (2013)
    Video (Short and Drama) Actress Stacy is a young woman who wants to start her life over with God in her heart. However, Satan is not that easy to let go of. Can Stacy avoid temptation and begin her new life with God or will Satan show that old habits really do die hard?


  • Fayetteville State University Theater Newcomer of the Year

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