Jazmin Headley

Canadian Singer, Actor, Voice Artist and Community Service

About Jazz

Jazmin (Jazz) Headley is a nine-year old Canadian singer, actor and voice over artist.  When she’s not engaged in her studies as a fourth grade student in Mississauga, you can find her doing what she loves, singing, dancing and acting.  Her next big project will be as part of the cast of new upcoming CBC Kids series Ukulele U which premiers on CBC TV in early 2022.  Jazmin continues to use her talent in upcoming television series, and a previous ambassador of the YouTube web series Mission Bonita.

AS an aspiring songwriter, Jazmin was inspired to write her first song as a tribute to George Floyd following his death, after Black Lives Matter protests were sparked around the globe.  Since then she released her first single ‘Dancing’ on various streaming platforms.

Since covid-19 started Jazz decided to celebrate her birthday every year as a gift of giving.  Last year for her eight birthday Jazmin helped raise more than $1200 for Sick Kids Hospital through her line of T-shirts sales to bring awareness to the issue of mental health, and continues to fund raise for Sick Kids hospital.  This year for her 9th birthday, Jazz and her family organized a wheelchair and clothing drive, in which she was able to secure seven wheelchair donations, walkers, canes and 9 barrels of clothing that will be shipped to Jamaica for a local charity.

Jazmin aims to spread a message of positivity and hope through her music and efforts in her community.