Jane Kelly is a Singer, Actress, Dancer, Model, Designer, Writer, Director, Producer and Entrepreneur. As the Director of the 2015 Inspiration Symposium Jane Kelly is building the Arts and Entertainment Industry along with the Creative Oasis in Colorado!
Jane’s first love and main focus is Singing, Dance, and Acting. When Jane was three years old her father died in a car accident. As a young girl, Jane wanted to know more about her father and wondered what her father looked like. When she asked her mother to see pictures of her father, she only had one picture. This strongly impressed on Jane that you never know when the last time is that you will see someone, you never know when your time will come, we’re not promised tomorrow, and we’ll never know when we’ll run out of time. Jane decided right then and there that she wanted to share her beauty with the world, her voice, her smile, her heart, her thoughts, dreams, and something to make it better, something legendary, a legacy her children would be proud of. Ever since, Jane has been developing her creative talents. Meghan Trainor’s Like I’m Gonna Lose You hits very close to Jane’s heart to express this. It very important to Jane to take the time to say what we want and do what we can before we’re gone. Making the most of our minutes, and loving with no regrets has been and continues to be Jane’s way of life.
Throughout her childhood, she would be singing and dancing to every song that came on the radio be it pop, classic rock, or country. Jane has always loved to make her family and others laugh. Growing up she would do different impressions of actors and their skits or famous lines. During high school, Jane played Juliet in “Romeo and Juliet” in theater and a Supporting Actress in the movie, “The Haunted”. As a young adult while going to college, Jane would train six hours a day, six days a week in ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop, salsa, ballroom, modern, belly dancing, Hawaiian, Pilates, yoga, and gymnastics. Along with Dance Jane did studies in Music, Real Estate, International Business, Fashion & Biochemistry. Jane has had training with Terry Ross Acting Classes; the Nashville Songwriters Association International Songwriting Workshops; Walter Eduardo Meneses Private Salsa, Tango, and Bachata Lessons; Majesty in Motion Performance Training and Salsa Classes; Derby Dance & Music Arts Argentine Tango; Sword Fighting; Horseback Riding; and the ASCAP Expo Classes.
Some of her special skills and talents are singing soprano, pop, country, gospel, jazz, and chorus; dancing ballet, jazz, tap, salsa, ballroom, tango, Hawaiian and belly dancing, swing, hip-hop, & country; theatre; improve; and impressions. Jane has a knack for accents such as English, Australian, Irish, French, New York, Boston, Southern, and Country. Jane Kelly even won the “Spotlight Award” when she was in the Miss El Cajon Pageant in California. Modeling proved to be another way for Jane to capture beauty and creativity in time. Also, Jane has done fashion and commercial print modeling for Blindworm Guitars, La Sonrisa Latina Magazine, La Sonrisa Latina Fashion Show, and PB Bar & Grill Fashion Show. Doing Mystery Theatre with Amazing Entertainment for corporate and private parties is also great fun for Jane. She has had the experience of being a T.V. Show Extra on the Pilot and T.V. series “Veronica Mars” playing a teenager. In Brock Dain’s Music Video, “On and On” Jane Kelly was an Actress and Dancer. Jane can be seen in Justin Spicer’s GroupLuv commercial and his Sundance film “Persist” playing a member of an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. In D.W. Alexander’s film “SpeedTrap” Jane as Lucy, is a young girl that is kidnapped and kept in a trunk. Jane was the leading character Astra Kalio Ashunitki, an Ancient Sumerian Egyptian Goddess Vampire on the Draco Ortus Vampire Series. In Thunderbolt, Jane is a leading character Sunshine Rider where she co-choreographed and performed a sword fighting and hand to hand combat fighting scene in four inch heels.
Jane is in the process of producing a pop music album, writing a romantic comedy feature, designing fashions, and other endeavors. As a founder of Change The World Right Now, Jane is dedicated to making the world a better place. Making commercials, music videos, marketing packages, and providing marketing consultations are things Jane enjoys as well. Spending time with family is something Jane cherishes. She knows what the loss of family members is like, making sure to always give them a kiss, a warm hug and an “I love you” whenever she says, “see you later”.
- Height: 5′ 2″
- Weight: 94 lbs. or 42.6377 kg
- Body type: Petite
- Ethnicity: Caucasian
- Hair: Blonde
- Eyes: Hazel
- Bust: 34B or 86.36 cm
- Waist: 26 inches or 66.04 cm
- Hips: 32 inches or 81.28 cm
- Dress: XS, 0-1
- Shoe: 5.5-6
Jane Kelly is available to travel to most places on the globe!
For your convenience, Jane Kelly is available by Skype for reading sides, if needed. To set up an appointment by Skype or in person, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the information on the Contact Page. You may also contact the Representatives listed there directly and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. Songs and screenplays written specifically for Jane Kelly will have priority. Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you.
“Dance like no one is watching, Love like you’ll never be hurt, Sing like no one is listening, Live like it’s heaven on earth.” – William Purkey
“A ship is safe in harbor, but that’s not what ships are for.” – William Shedd
“A man should be willing to wait for a beautiful woman through all eternity if necessary…a romantisism and respect for their women…as charming as Candlelight…” – Barnanbas Collins, Dark Shadows
“Prayer is not asking. It is a longing of the soul. It is daily admission of one’s weakness. It is better in prayer to have a heart without words than words without a heart. ” – Mahatma Gandhi
“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou
“You better be a prince, because that’s somebody’s princess.” – Anonymous