Jamaica Fraser is an actor, dance coach, choreographer, and emerging dance artist. Throughout her dance training, Jamaica focused on ballet, contemporary and jazz. She has attended the School of Cadence Ballet, Fresh Dance, and Ignite summer programs. She is an alumni of George Brown College Dance Performance diploma program, where she worked with Hanna Kiel, Derek Sangster, Ryan Kelly, Ryan Lee, Tina Fushell, Nicola Pantin, Cindy Macedo, Laetitia Clement, and Kathleen Rea. In 2019, Jamaica had the opportunity to work with George Brown College dance students where she debuted her first choreographic piece titled “The Apocalypse of Love”. Jamaica has performed in productions of In Haüs, Unleashed, Lofty Goal Project, Beats and Intentions and Move Vision Purpose. She also performed in the Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games. Jamaica worked in film landing two lead roles in short films, a commercial for Ancestry and an appearance in the TV show Holly Hobbie.
Jamaica has successfully completed the BATD associate level in ballet, RAD Advanced 1, and her ADAPT syllabus certification training program. She is a dance educator that teaches her students about technique and artistry so they can become artists.