Stephanie Jack aka 恩典 is an Australian-Singaporean actress and creator of a vlog called MIXED UP 混血女孩在中国 ('mixed blood girl in China'). She is currently based in Shanghai studying mandarin and kung fu. She is of Chinese, English, Scottish, and Japanese descent and has lived in five different countries and on-board a yacht.
Jack graduated in 2015 with an M.F.A in Acting from the American Repertory Theater / Moscow Art Theatre School Institute at Harvard University. She has worked in acting, film production, and TV distribution in Los Angeles, Singapore, and London. Her semi-autobiographical short film, 'She'll Be Right' (2017) won Best First Short at the Los Angeles Underground Film Forum.
In 2018, Jack played Melissa in the Singapore Tourism Board and Viddsee co-production, 'In Transit' dir. by Jacky Lee. The film followed Melissa's whirlwind tour of Singapore nightlife. She stars in Alvin Ling's 'Getting Back' (2018) which premiered at Quarantine Film Festival Bulgaria. Commercial credits incl. Reebok, Nespresso, Bayer, TBS/AT&T, Education First, and Makartt.
Jack's stage highlights include playing the Queen in the NYTimes' Critics' pick, 'The Light Princess' at the New Victory Theater (2015), a devised production of 'The Idiot' at the Moscow Art Theatre School (2014), and 'Coram Boy' with the Bristol Old Vic (2012).
Jack relishes any chance to write on issues of diversity. An author of both prose and poetry, she has contributed to Doyenne, the online Singaporean women's magazine. Her feature article on a Yayoi Kusama exhibition can be found here.
In 2017, she and a partner launched an exhibition of abstract paintings, 'Bersama-sama', at Supernormal Gallery in Singapore. The sale of their paintings raised over $3k for Singaporean children's charity, Club Rainbow.
Jack is a classically-trained vocalist with a particular flair for jazz and blues vocals. Her diverse modelling experience includes shooting a water pistol into the crowd during a punk-rock swimwear catwalk. She is a keen yogini and an avid meditator. Elle se débrouille bien en français.