Yasmine began her career at the early age of 6 months, when she was featured as theJohnson & Johnson Baby. At age six, she appeared in a Max Factor campaign, alongwith Christina Ferrara. Her work in this campaign caught the eye of fashionphotographer, Francesco Scavullo, who subsequently included her in his self-entitledbook ”Scavullo’s Women.” At the age of 12, Yasmine was cast opposite Buddy Hackettin the feature film Hey Babe. Bilingual, Bleeth attended the United Nations School (UNIS) in New York City, where she continued modeling and acting. Bleeth, then 16, won the role of Ryan Fenelli andthe hearts of millions on the ABC Soap Opera ”Ryan’s Hope.” In 1991, staying in the ABC family, she created the role as the sultry, misunderstood Lee Anne Demerest on the highly acclaimed Soap Opera, ”One Life To Live.”
Her feature films include sci-fi thriller, The Force, (Image Productions) directed by Pierre David, whose directorial credits include the successful Internal Affairs. The Force casts Yasmine opposite Jason Gedrick. In her next role.Yasmine appears in Ghosts May Kiss (Cafe Productions) with Flea, bassist for the alternative rock band The RedHot Chili Peppers. This romantic fairy tale examines the tragedy of lost love. Bleeth plays ”Lavinia”, lover of the ghost Casanova, who is stuck in a child’s pop-up book from the seventeenth century. Ghosts May Kiss is the resultof a collaboration between 1993 Venice Film Festival winner, director Mauro Borrelli and producer Jeff Kirshbaum.
Yasmine has definitely became a multi-media woman. She completed a full-motion live action entertainmentCD-ROM titled Maximum Surge (Digital Pictures) directed by award winning special effects wizard, William Mesa(Oscar nominated for the box office blockbuster, The Fugitive.) Bleeth plays Jo, an ace computer engineer who isresponsible for providing game players with the guidance and technical know-how to help defeat the evil dictator,Drexel. Maximum Surge is released for PC, Mac and Sega Saturn.
During her hiatus from ”Baywatch”, she completed a starring role in the feature film, ”Heaven or Vegas” for CinevillePictures, and played in the TV movies ”Talk to Me” and ”A Face to Die For.”
After three years of baywatch Yasmine decided to do more ”serious” work and she has found the entry to the filmbusiness. She performed in two more TV movies ”Crowned and Dangerous” and ”The Lake” and she will be seen inthe upcoming big screen movies ”It Came from the Sky” and ”Basketball”.
Yasmine made her stage debut in the off-Broadway production of the one act plays ”Welcome To My Life”, and”Looking For It.”
Yasmine Bleeth currently resides in Los Angeles.