Jacqueline Geurts (aka Jacky Geurts) is an actress.
Date of birth
She was born in Hamilton, New Zealand, however her date of birth is not yet known.
She attended Hamilton Girls High. She moved to Auckland to attend Auckland University where she graduated in a Post-graduate Diploma in Marine Biology and Conservation Ecology. Jacqueline then transferred to Massey University and completed her Masters Degree in Marine biology graduating with first class honors.
Her love life is not yet publicly known.
Not yet established.
After graduation, Jacqueline began training as an actress while maintaining a career in Marine Conservation. She studied techniques such as The Method, Stanfords Misner, and presenting for camera.
Initial roles included lead roles in University short films, theatrical roles such as Elvira in 'Blithe Spirit', performing at the Basement Theatre, and supporting roles in Indi films such as 'Destina' and 'Urban Turban'.
After a few years Jacqueline changed careers and became a professional freelance performer for companies such as Co. Physical Theatre, and Phineas Phrog.
Her natural ability to teach also landed her a teaching role with The Performance, Net teaching dance, drama and musical theatre. This allowed her to write, choreograph and design large end of year shows for the company, and teaching physical theatre to local schools.
Her interest in physical performance led Jacqueline to train in stunts and is now a member of the New Zealand Stunt Guild. She trains in several different martial arts such as ITF Taekwon-Do, Wushu, Wing Chun, Boxing and Fillapino stick fighting.
She is trained in Horse riding, has a Dive Masters, and has represented New Zealand in Taekwon-Do, winning Bronze and Silver at World Cups.
In 2015 Jacqueline was cast as a presenter in a BBC TV series called Coast New Zealand (2015), starring alongside the UK's Coast (2005) host Neil Oliver.
Jacqueline now works as a professional Actress, Presenter and Stunt Performer and is known for her work on such shows as: The Shannara Chronicles (2016), Ash vs Evil Dead (2015), Ghost in the Shell (2017), Adrift (2018), The Meg (2018), and Guns Akimbo (2019).
She appeared as Julia Stevens in The Bad Seed, a five-part New Zealand television crime drama series, based on the best selling novels The Night Book and Soon by Charlotte Grimshaw.