and interesting enough, this Jasmine photographed above forgot her earrings! also, in 2008, which was the last Jasmine shift I worked, they had done away w/the bracelet.. so I'm assuming this pic is a little older...hmmm.. wish I knew this particular Jasmine, Esia Hernandez & Amanda Tomayo worked a lot of Princess Jasmine shifts when I worked. Amanda Tomayo has made a little name for herself.. you can google her. lol. She didn't work too many meet and greet shifts though, she usually danced on stage, in front of the castle for Cinderellabration...her dance skills were valueable to the company, more than her face... great physique. Esia Hernandez goes on tour around the world these days performing "Disney Live"...stage shows.
ok, i have to jump in here---I was Princess Jasmine at Disney---it is a wierd job, but it's a neat job too. In my experience, which, the year 2005 was the year I worked the most amount of Jasmine shifts, most of the face characters at Disney were college students---some studying to be teachers, or some wanting to pursue entertainment in some shape or form of fashion--radio, behind the scenes, dance, etc. If you can do it, or have a daughter or a niece, or even a nephew who can do a face character role, I encourage you to do it, or encourage your kid to do it, if even for a semester---a lot of questions will be answered. One thing--you MUST love children, you deal w/them & their sticky fingers A LOT---and you MUST love people, especially people of all different nations & tongues/languages---you will deal with them all, and their culture, which may not be YOUR culture. lol. You meet people from all around the world, especially students at Epcot working on study abroad programs. If you love to dance, Disney entertainment is great too. Hope this helps.
I agree, she looks pretty darn like Jasmine in the film: complexion, skin colour, hair and makeup and of course her benign expression. It doesn't hurt that she's wearing a great outfit too. But I also do agree with thinkingstone, and always wonder what goes on in the heads of these "actors" that we see at Disneyland and other theme parks, assuming the role of a character for children who are none the wiser.