Janine is originally from Yorkshire in the North of England and now resides in Los Angeles. She started dancing from the age of 7 and has been performing ever since! She was first cast in the historical 'York Mystery Plays'. Janine was then offered a place at the prestigious Drama School - 'The Arts Educational School', London. There she studied the techniques of many playwrights including Chekhov, Brecht, Eugene O'Neill, Noel Coward, Pinter, Shakespeare and Mike Leigh.She has gone on to appear in many successful theater productions which included Duckling Smith in 'Our Country's Good' at York Theater Royal, UK. Her West End credits include 'Studs' at The Soho Theater and 'Red Devils' at The Criterion, Fabian in 'Twelfth Night' at The Tabard Theater and a leading role in 'The Caucasian Chalk Circle'. She also featured in the new comedy 'Forget Me Knot' at The Courtyard Theater, London.Janine played in a new British movie 'Conversations', which was screened across all major festivals throughout Europe. In addition she's had leading roles in the movies 'All or Nothing at All', 'Joe's Knob' and 'Lesson'. She completed 'The Test' with Director Joel Chu at ETC Films, and then took the movie to Cannes Film Festival. Janine's major commercial work was with 'Nintendo Wii Fit Plus' where she was publicized on all major TV channels, magazines and bill boards across the UK and Ireland.Being a SAG-AFTRA member, her most recent work includes a national commercial for Disney, an Independent horror film 'The Closing' and a 3D movie '89101'; both movies are been taken to all the leading film festivals.Slated for theatrical release in the U.S and the UK in 2016, Janine will take on the lead role of Sarah Adams in romantic comedy 'Let's Just Do It', directed by Gene Fallaize.Janine has received many awards for her performing excellence over the last couple of years including The Spotlight Prize Nominee, The Lilian Baylis Award Winner - presented at The Old Vic by Brian Daniels (Chief Executive and Artistic Director of The New End Theatre); The Sir John Gielgud Charitable Trust Bursary; The Lionel Bart Foundation Award and The Tim Rice Charitable Trust among others.
Film (short) by Steven M. Buchanan (Thriller) Actress
Apple of Sin
Television (Drama) Actress When you're old enough to understand, you are taught that when you die you will be judged by a community of your belated peers. What you are not taught, is how you make your plea. One man, David, after losing his life is under questioning by religious superiors to determine whether he is granted salvation or hell. David must reflect on moments of his life that he looks at with regret and guilt in order to reach a verdict. Written by anonymous
Mason and Milo
Television (Comedy) Actress What do you get when 4 complete strangers meet on craigslist, two gay and two straight, for the first time? Did we mention they are living together? What you get is a completely redefined meaning of what room-mates are, and between the good times and the bad times you discover what true friendship really is - something that makes you feel complete...after you've finished thinking about hitting them with a frying pan. Written by Robert Michael Anderson
The Writer's Circle
Film (short) by Pedro Rilhó (Comedy, Drama and Thriller) Producer Martin is a young, aspiring writer but seems to be quite uninspired. While attending a weekly creative writing class, headed by a pompous, past-it TV writer and comprised of highly competitive but equally frustrated types, Martin bears constant sniggering at his drafts. His plots seem to be missing something, they say, so the tutor advises him to write what he knows. Upon incorporating flashy violence into his tales, Martin is confronted by a colleague regarding his source of inspiration. He claims to have merely followed their advice but how exactly is murder what he knows? Written by Pedro Rilhó
Television by Kay Mellor (Drama) Actress Drama series following eight women's struggle to lose weight at a weekly slimming club.