IF NO ONE LAUGHS
AT YOUR DREAM,
IT'S NOT BIG ENOUGH
Born in Nebraska, then matriculating to Atlanta at the age of 12, Jade Jenise Dixon is realizing her Hollywood dreams as a Director and Writer. Jade attended Northside High School of the Performing Arts in Atlanta, then the University of Miami where she was a cheerleader for the number one college football team in the nation, the Miami Hurricanes. Jade then attended NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. In both high school and college, Jade directed stage plays including, For Colored Girls…, The Colored Museum and Fences and was the recipient of NYU’s “Presidential Service Award” for Outstanding Achievement for these productions.
Then Jade moved to Hollywood and wrote and directed her first feature film, TRUTH HALL, which aired on the BET network, Bounce TV and is currently on Amazon’s UMC/ALLBLK. Jade followed up with the award-winning feature film, Dog Park, and her award-winning Spiritual short film, Sunrise. Jade was also recently selected out of hundreds of applicants to be a part of the 2021 BIPOC Writers Fellowship where she adapted a novel into a screenplay with the guidance of an Executive from a major studio. And currently, out of thousands of applicants. Jade has been selected for the Disney Director Program, where she will soon be directing TV for the Disney channel, etc.
As a Director, Writer and Creator, Jade is developing several projects for both film and television, from feature film to TV shows. Jade resides on Los Angeles, CA.