At 33 years old, Jeanine Mason has this physical status:
Jeanine Marie Mason (born January 14, 1991) is an American actress and dancer.
Since winning the 5th season of Fox television show So You Think You Can Dance, her acting career began.
Liz Ortecho, a character in the CW's drama series Roswell, New Mexico, is best known for her role as Liz Ortecho.
Dr. Mason played a recurring role.
Sam Bello of ABC's well-known medical drama Grey's Anatomy.
She has appeared in numerous television series, including ABC Family's Bunheads, ABC biblical drama Of Kings and Prophets opposite Ray Winstone, You're the Worst, TNT's Major Crimes, and Nickelodeon's Big Time Rush. Mason was the first Cuban American to win So You Think You Can Dance.
Thrillers, default opposite David Oyelowo, and The Archer opposite Bailey Noble are among her film credits.
She appeared in Center Theatre Group's 2017 revival of Zoot Suit directed by playwright Luis Valdez opposite Demian Bichir on stage.
Early life and education
Mason was born in Miami, Florida, and grew up in Pinecrest's dance-oriented family. Both of her parents are of Cuban descent. Mason began her ballet and flamenco apprenticeships at the age of three and then went on to study jazz, acrobatics, hip-hop, modern, and contemporary dance. Mason began studying theatre at the age of 11 with community and middle school performances. Mason continues to study theatre while also focusing on film and television at the Michael Woolson Studio in Los Angeles, California. Mason earned a Bachelor of Arts and Cultures, earning cum laude from the University of California, Los Angeles, in the spring of 2014.
Mason appeared on the fifth season of So You Think You Can Dance, becoming the youngest champion in the competition's history over fellow contestants Brandon Bryant, Kayla Radomski, and Evan Kasprzak. Mason was partnered with Phillip Chbeeb for the first five weeks of the competition (Top 20 to Top 12). Mason performed a contemporary number choreographed by Travis Wall and was partnered with Jason Glover during the show's sixth week (Top 10). Later, Mason was also partnered with Brandon Bryant, Ade Obayomi, Evan Kasprzak, and Kayla Radomski. Mason has been lauded for her strong and versatile appearances.
Mason toured the United States with the top twelve dancers of the So You Think You Can Dance competition in the fall of 2009.
Mason turned her full attention away from performing to her new passion, acting. Mason first appeared in Big Time Rush, Nickelodeon's hit show, in the Halloween episode. She appeared on The Bling Ring, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The Fresh Beat Band, and Hollywood Heights before landing a regular role in Hot Mess and Delirium. She has also worked on Major Crimes and The Unknown Life of the American Teenager as well as several smaller, independent projects. Dr. Sam Bello, a recurring character on ABC's hit medical drama Grey's Anatomy, was a regular guest star on ABC's hit medical drama.
Liz Ortecho, a Mexican pilot, was announced in February 2018 that she had joined Roswell, New Mexico, as Liz Ortecho. On May 11, 2018, the CW ordered the program to air.
Mason appeared at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles, California, on November 29, 2009. "If It Kills Me" choreographed by Travis Wall, she and Jason Glover performed their best contemporary piece, "If It Kills Me," choreographed by Travis Wall, and first appeared on SYTYCD this week. "Unique" has been referred to by Glover, who has described Mason as "unique." You won't find dancers like her. She has beautiful lines, is funky and charismatic, and has so much life on stage. Not only does it show on her body but also on her face. Jeanine is a brilliant performer and one of my favorites to watch, not just in our group, but also outside of any dancer I've seen, from Gregory Hines to Gene Kelly."
Mason performed a contemporary ballroom dance to John Legend's "Ordinary People" on the television show Dancing With the Stars on November 9, 2010.
Alexis, her sister, starred on the eighth season of So You Think You Can Dance, and made it to the final solo performances in Vegas before Top 20.
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