Atlanta Daily World Women of Excellence 2013

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     JASMINE GUY

    Jasmine Guy is a dancer, actor, singer, director and writer. She has a recurring role as Grams on the popular CW series “Vampire Diaries,” received critical acclaim for her role in the 2012 film “October Baby,” and starred in the 2012 Alliance Theater production of “God of Carnage.”
    Her body of stage work includes Broadway productions of “The Wiz,” “Leader of the Pack,” “Grease” and “Chicago,” starring as Velma Kelly, and most recently starring locally opposite Kenny Leon in “Fool For Love.”
    For television, she created the iconic southern belle Whitley Gilbert on the “Cosby Show” spinoff, “A Different World,” for which she won six consecutive NAACP Image Awards and numerous other honors. Other TV credits include the mini-series “Queen,” “Anne Rice’s Feast of All Saints,” “America’s Dream,” “Touched By an Angel,” “Fame,” “NYPD Blue,” “Melrose Place,” “Drop Dead Diva,” and Showtime’s “Dead Like Me.” Her film credits include Spike Lee’s “School Daze” and Eddie Murphy’s “Harlem Nights,” among others.
    She is currently Producing Director of Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company in Atlanta.

     

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