Jerome Prince

BIO of Jerome Prince of UK

Male Supermodel/Actor and former Pageant Prince. JEROME CHRISTOPHER PRINCE was born on September 27th 1984 to Jamaican parents Sonia Bryan and Allan Prince. Jerome grew up in Streatham Southwest London. At age 12 he was offered a modeling contract with Juliet Adams modeling agency which was a talent agency that managed talents from toddlers to young teens, which provides the opportunities to appear in fashion catalogues and also provides work for him on Britain’s popular TV dramas such as The Bill on itv1 and BBC’s Medical Drama “Holby City” while he was still a pupil at Lillian Baylis Secondary school. At age 16 Jerome made his screen debut appearing in a scene of a Richard Parry production called “South West Nine” and not long after he appeared in a zadie smith production on channel 4 called “White teeth”. Jerome went on to study performing arts and media at Westminister College and graduated with an A-level in media studies and a Btec National Diploma (Distinction) in performing arts in 2003. And at age 21 he landed a small role in a British independent film “Life and Lyrics” and also came Runner-up behind former MR England and Mr World finalist Warren Harvey in the MR Southampton heat of the Mr England Male Beauty Pageant of 2006 which was a big achievement for Jerome Prince standing at only 5ft 5 inches tall he never thought he would do so well in a major beauty pageant. That experience has done a lot for Jerome’s confidence and aroused a lot more opportunities for him to establish himself as a professional. Working on campaigns such as Clinique Skincare men’s range and being featured a lot more in magazine publications and more films and TV roles. Jerome Prince is usually admired for his creativity, his humility and the vulnerability in his character.


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