Meet Zsané Jhé.
This beautiful and multi-talented actress has appeared in several of your favorite film and television productions. Most recently, Jhé can be seen in her upcoming recurring role as Tiffany Williams in season 2 of CW’s Black Lightning. She also appears in the highly anticipated HBO show Watchmen, OWN’s hit family drama Greenleaf, and will make her feature film debut in The Hate U Give.
Zsané’s ability to captivate an audience isn’t limited to on-screen. She can also be witnessed on stage as a powerful and thoughtfully charged spoken word storyteller. Weaving together poetry and storytelling, in a way that empowers black women to normalize their truth and reminds us of our sameness.
CODE SWITCH, one of Jhe’s popular pieces, addresses the plight of black women socially navigating corporate America. Her storytelling has most recently been experienced on stage at The Content Creator Awards of Atlanta, LifeStyled Honors Awards, and the Black Women Elevate Tour.
Catch the interview I did with Zsané Jhé earlier this month!
Interview Takeaways with Zsané
- Have a clear purpose – Working from a place of clear intention will help you stay grounded through the ups and downs you may face in your career.
- Never give up – Acting is no easy feat. If you are willing to get past rejection, you are that much closer to hearing your next yes and closing your next deal.
- You are Unique – There is only one version of you. If you don’t know how special and unique you are, then you can’t expect the world to celebrate your uniqueness. Knowing your worth and value will help guide the decisions you make in your career
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