Jasmine graduated from RADA in 2000 and went on to win the prestigious BBC Carlton Hobbs Award for Radio in 2000/2001.
This led to her appearing in over 25 productions, including Little Dorrit, Lady Windermere's Fan and a number of Sherlock Holmes adaptations.
Jasmine was also part of Frantic Assembly, a theatre group who won critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Festival with their production Tiny Dynamite.
Her latest stage appearance was in 2002's The Coast of Utopia, three sequential but self-contained plays written by Tom Stoppard. She also played a Courtesan in the film adaptation of Rose Tremain's novel Restoration.