Jade grew up in Rhode Island, and went to college in Mississippi. She now resides in New York where she’s an actor professionally and works with Mustard Lane on the side. So far her favorite event was working the Rule Breakers event with Bustle. ML had over 100 Laners working Bustle’s empowering event in Prospect Park. The Laners were stationed throughout the event representing all the booths onsite. Not only did the Laners get to work with amazing people and be a part of an outstanding event with amazing women but Jade got to see Janelle Monae perform!
Fun Facts: Jade is a third generation professional performer. She feels lucky to have her favorite color also be her name, Jade green. She could live on bread and cheese and be perfectly happy.
What do you love about the Lane?
I love that everyone at the Lane is there to be kind, work hard, and accomplish something great.
What would the title of your autobiography be?
I’m just winging it. My life. My eyeliner. Everything.
What is your go-to coffee order?
English Breakfast tea with soy milk and honey. Every time.
What is the last book you read or movie your watched?
UH. The Girl With The Red Balloon. Fantastic book.
What’s the most useless talent you have?
I can make a noise that sounds like pigs in a trough. It has only come in handy once, and yes, the pigs snorted back.
What’s your morning ritual like?
Every morning I get up and have a cup of tea, read the news, get ready for the day, and make breakfast. Pretty standard I think!
Last great vacation you took?
My last great vacation was a trip to Italy with my boyfriend, Alex.
Favorite rainy day activity?
Reading a good book and drinking tea.
If you could be an Olympic athlete, in what sport would you compete?
Olympic napping. It truly should be a thing.
When you’re having a bad day, what do you do to make yourself feel better?
When I’m having a bad day, I go to dance class. It always makes me feel like a new person.
What is the best piece of advice you’ve received?
“When someone reveals himself to you for the first time, believe him.”
As a child, what did you wish to become when you grew up?
I didn’t know what career I wanted to pursue until later in my teens, but I always wanted to be a cool-headed and kind as my mom. Somehow… she is always right.