Jadée Nikita

From New York by way of Washington, DC, Jadée Nikita is a multi-faceted artist who specializes in dance, modeling and acting.  From an early age Jadée trained in ballet, contemporary, tap, jazz, pointe, and hip-hop.  At 18, her dance talent garnered regional and national honors, including being named Metropolitan Dancer of the Year.  Jadée later earned her B.A from The George Washington University where she studied communications and dance on a Presidential Arts Scholarship (highest scholarship awarded to incoming Freshman artists).

Since then, Jadée had the opportunity to tour as a backup dancer for Grammy winning artist, Chrisette Michelle, and has performed live to millions of television viewers on the Wendy Williams Show, the Lopez Tonight Show, the Citrus bowl half-time show and on ABC’s Good Morning America.  Jadée’s acting credits include the feature film Hammy the Bear (a Chris Rock and Scott Rudin Production), One Life to Live, HBO’s The Newsroom, and MTV.  She is currently training at Stella Adler Studio for Acting.  Jadée’s modeling credits include an International hair campaign for Sensationnel Hair, Inc., José Cuervo, Hype Hair Magazine, X-Box, and Bloomingdale’s.

Jadée is a big sports fan and especially loves football!  She lives by this quote by coaching legend, Vince Lombardi, “The only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary.”