Meet Jaime Renée Smith, a passionate and brilliant actress!Total Views: 345
by Alicia Rodriguez
TalentRaters is honored to introduce the talented Jaime Renée Smith, an actress hailing from Huntington Beach, California. This talented woman has been acting professionally since 1993 at just six years old. Jaime grew up acting along with her older sister, Jessica, who introduced her to acting when she read for her first audition for Saved by the Bell: The College Years. Jaime has spent most of her life training for her dream at several acting schools. She is a Cum-Laude graduate from UCLA’s school of Theatre, Film, and Television with a concentration in acting. She has studied under two very influential teachers, Howard Fine and Stan Kirsch. This talent is not only an actress, but she is also a mentor and teacher of acting. She has had the honor of teaching acting at Stan Kirsch Studios for five years and now runs her own acting and coaching business based in Burbank, California.
From a very young age, Jaime knew acting was going to be her life’s work. In her opinion, booking anything in this crazy industry is a huge achievement. Her best acting achievement in her book has been her work in MVP: MOST VALUABLE PRIMATE, in which she portrayed a deaf girl and learned sign language for the role. This was a truly amazing experience in her career because not only did she learn sign language, she won a Young Artist of Hollywood Award, which is regarded as the Oscars for child actors. She has won another award for her role in My last love, where she portrayed a troubled pre-teen dealing with her mother’s terminal cancer. The role of her mother was played by Nancy Travis of Three Men and Little Lady. These honorable awards impacted a then eleven-year-old Jaime in a positive way that has fueled her to continue her career.
Find out more of Jamie Renee Smith on TR Magazine Issue 7.
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