Jasmine Lee-Jones is a writer and actor based in North London. Her first full-length play Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner opened at The Royal Court in July 2019 and won the 2019 Evening Standard Award for Most Promising Playwright, the 2019 Stage Debut Award for Best Writer, the 2019 Alfred Fagon Award, the 2020 Critics’ Circle Theatre Award for Most Promising Playwright, and the European New Talent Drama Award 2020.

Other writing credits include Curious (Soho Theatre, 2021); Living Newspaper (Royal Court Theatre, 2020); My White Best Friend (Bunker Theatre, 2019), Dark Matter (Beyond the Court), Say Her Name, Drinking Concrete [co-writer] (Open Court).

Training includes Royal Court Supergroup (2018-2019), Guildhall School of Music and Drama (2016-2019), the BBC London Writers’ Group (2017), The Andrea Project Writing Group (2017), and Soho Young Writers’ Lab (2016). In theatre, she is currently under commission to the Royal Court Theatre and was a finalist for the Golden & Ruth Harris Commission 2021. Screen work includes a short community-led film produced by the Young Vic (2020), adapting a major novel into a TV series for Potboiler/BBC, and a feature film adaptation for Dorothy St Pictures/Film4. She is also part of BFI Flare’s BAFTA Crew 2021.

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