Jazzlyn Luckett Aderele

Jazzlyn Luckett Aderele is a Chicago native and multidisciplinary creator. A recent graduate of the MFA Acting program at Northwestern University, Jazzlyn continues to diversify her artisanship as an actor, director, writer, and freelance graphic designer. Jazzlyn is also a founding member of Northwestern's first affinity group for BIPOC graduate artists, through which she has produced and performed.

Some favorite credits"The Light", "The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole Entire World", and "The Bluest Eye". While working in LA, Jazzlyn was featured at the Hollywood Fringe Festival for her one-woman show, which she wrote, directed, and produced, titled "Signed Iola". Jazzlyn holds a BA in Theatre Performance from the University of Illinois at Chicago and has trained at Art of Acting Studio (LA), Antaeus Academy (LA), and Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (UK).

A natural storyteller and a standard-bearer for authentic representation and narrative ownership, Jazzlyn is constantly evolving, growing and becoming. A process she is excited to continue with Gray Talent Group.

Location Chicago
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Height 5'3"
Hair Dark Brown
Eyes Dark Brown