Trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts
Jacqueline has always had an incredible ability to empathize. A blessing, and a curse growing up. She had her mind set on helping people and ensuring she could make an impact on peoples lives. Graduating with a 5.2 GPA number 10 in her class of 800 students, with an A.A Degree before the age of 18. She was set out to attend NYU for Psychology. Till there was an undeniable, unnerving desire to create art. When art and passion call on you to change, move, and affect people, it'd be an insult to humanity to ignore it. So without an ounce of doubt in her mind she forgot about her promising career in Psychology, and left Florida for the first time in her life to move to New York City, and hasn’t looked back since! Academy credits include Madge in Picnic by William Inge, Sabrina in Sara Ruhl’s The Vibrator play, Daphna in Joshua Harmons Bad Jews, and Ofelia Alcalar in Nilo Cruz’s Anna in the Tropics. She's thrilled to be embarking on this journey of growth, harvesting her natural talent, and sharpening her skills through the expert training at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts. As the only Cuban-American woman to have joined their company! She looks forward to integrating her talent, culture, queerness, and stunning curls into this industry!