Jessica Vazquez Biography
Jessica Vazquez is renowned director and writer, well known for "Underneath", "Things She Said" and "Gaming In Color". Vazquez is a narrator of Southern California. She was raised by her parents along with her siblings. Jessica is a graduated from “Sacramento State University”. Regarding Vazquez nationality, she is an American and belongs to a white ethnicity. Jessica served as a Technical Supervisor at Motion Pictures and The Academy of Art, in San Fransisco
Jessica is popular as a scripter and director of short horror movie, Underneath, where she featured along with some Popular personalities, Mikhail Chernyavsky as man, Justin Crose as John, Maverick Golden as Scary Kid, Jamie Lynn Hazzard as Christine, Michella Mund as Dana, David Niknafs as Seth, Marc Paris as Henchman, Tracy Ralls as Tourist, Chelsea Vanzant as Scared Lady and Travis Vanzent as Henchman 1.
Moreover, Jessica directed a short Drama “Things She said” where she shared a screen with Elsie Bebo, Mikhali Chernyavsky, Tracy Ralls and Anthony Williams. Vazquez also featured in the "Gaming In Color", which was directed by Philip Jones and scripted by Ryan Paul.
Talking about Jessica’s personal life, mostly she keeps it privately and far from the eyes of media, because of that her, current net worth is unknown in media. However, by being so famous in movie industry she must earn good and her net worth is estimated to be in millions of dollars.Edit
Directed Things She Said
Jessica Vazquez directed short Drama, “Things She said” in which she worked along with Elsie Bebo, Mikhail Chernyavsky, Tracy Ralls and Anthony Williams, it was released on 17 April 2010.Edit
Vazquez directed “Underneath”. Short horror film "Underneath" starts with John (Justin Crose) finds out the tunnel under Sacramento, have more secrets than history tells.Edit
Worked as Technical Supervisor
In the year 2012 talented lady Jessica also served as a Technical Supervisor of Motion Pictures and Television at The Academy of Art in San Fransisco.Edit
Cast in "Gaming In Color"
Director Jessica Vazquez was cast in the “Gaming In Color”, which was directed by Philip Jones and written by Ryan Paul. “Game in Color” explores how the community culture is shifting and the industry is diversifying.Edit