Jas Waters Wiki – Jas Waters Bio
Jas Waters, a writer on “This Is Us” and Jim Carrey’s “Kidding,” has died at the age of 39.
Jas Waters was born Jasmine Waters in Evanston, Illinois. At the time of her death, she lived and worked in Los Angeles. During his career, Waters worked for VH-1, Comedy Central and Showtime, according to his LinkedIn page. Waters graduated from Columbia College Chicago. On his LinkedIn page, Waters said his philosophy on life was: “You can have anything you’re willing to work for.”
Jas Waters Age
She was 39 years old.
Jas Waters Career
Jas Waters is a writer, director, author, and former journalist and television personality. Chicago native Waters has written for Jim Carrey’s new comedy Showtime, Kidding, the NBC drama This Is Us, the late night sketch comedy The James David Show (Comedy Central) and the 1990s Hip Hop drama 1 hour, The Saltos (Vh1). In 2013, Waters co-starred in the Vh1 reality series, Gossip Game, which chronicles the lives of seven women in the Hip Hop media. He also co-starred in a popular YouTube web series, the JumpOff TV Debate Lounge with over 2 million subscribers and 20 million views.
Waters spent 9 years working in Film Production and Television Development, in everything from Spiderman 1 and 2, Hardball, Save The Last Dance, MTV’s Real World, Barbershop 1 & 2 and NBC’s ER. Her music video production credits include R. Kelly, Jermaine Dupri, Bow Wow, Jagged Edge, and Common. He has produced videos for Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs and directed music videos for Motown BJ The Chicago Kid artists Kevin Ross. In 2010, Waters wrote and directed “Everybody’s Haitian,” a public service announcement supporting relief from the Haiti earthquake, produced by Jay Z. Executive. In 2007, Waters created his own entertainment blog, FlyStyleLife.com, which ran for three years with an average of 700,000 visits per day. In 2012, Waters got his own column in VIBE magazine and interviewed everyone from Jay-Z, Warren Buffett, Joan Rivers, Drake, Common, Spike Lee, DMX, Ava DuVernay, Will Packer, and many more.
Jas was also an executive producer on #DREAMmix, an inspiring mixtape featuring Kendrick Lamar, Common, Swizz Beatz, and Mona Scott-Young. Residing in Los Angeles, Jas’s philosophy is simple: “You can have anything you’re willing to work for.”
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