Casimere Jollette is an actress who is known for her appearance in the film Divergent as Claire Sutron. She made her feature film debut in Sweet 16.
Date of birth
She was born on 26 March, 1996.
She was born in Chicago, Illinois,
and raised by her parents Carolyn and Ralph. Casimere is of French,
Lithuanian and Italian descent. Her father is an engineer and business
entrepreneur from Worcester, Massachusetts; her mother is an interior designer,
author, and former Chicago Bears Cheerleader; and her brother, Ralphie, a
trained classical pianist, works at Capitol Records in Los Angeles.
She was discovered at 14, when an acting coach rented space at her mom's dance studio. Casimere started dancing at the age of 3 and modeling with Ford Models in Chicago at the age of 7. A competition dancer till the age of 17, she holds numerous Regional and National Dance champion titles.
Casimere was home-schooled (her high school years) due to training as a pre-professional ballerina.
Her love life is not yet publicly known.
Not yet established.
Her first guest appearance (2014) was on the hit TV show, "Chicago P.D.". In (2015), her acting career began to blossom after she landed the lead role as Linz, a social outcast, in "Guidance" on Hulu along side Michele Trachtenberg.
At nineteen, Casimere moved permanently to Los Angeles for her craft. Her first commercial (2017), the "T-Mobile" bad babysitter showed her true dry sense of humor and quick wit. Since then Casimere has appeared in numerous dance commercials including "SK-II" cosmetics, working with Sia's renown dance choreographer, Ryan Heffington, as well as international commercials for "Jockey" underwear, dance campaigns for "Opening Ceremony" and "Webtoons" for google/apple.
In (2017) she starred as the unattainable, Natalie, in the family feature film, "F.R.E.D.I." on Netflix. Casimere also guest starred (2018) in "Code Black" opposite Marcia Gay Harden and Rob Lowe and (2019) Bravo's "Dirty John" with Eric Bana and Julia Garner. (2019) She appeared as a ballet dancer on NBC drama "This Is Us."
Tiny Pretty Things (2020), Netflix's new original YA drama series stars Casimere, as Bette, a ruthlessly perfect, supremely confident, ambitious "music box ballerina."
|Born||26th March, 1996|
|Home City||Chicago, Illinois, U.S.|