Jermaine Curtis Liburd
Jermaine Curtis Liburd was born and raised in Manchester Hulme in a family of 6 children, Jermaine being the second youngest. He went to Trinity High School in Hulme and left with GCSE's. After leaving School Jermaine then became involved in a major gang from the city which then lead to him living a very dangerous and gritty life for the next 3-4 years. Read more... friend who had to carry Samuel's body to the hospital where he was pronounced dead at the young age of 22. Since that day, Jermaine decided to change the path of his life and dedicate it to his brother who was on a positive path in life. In 2005, Jermaine made a decision to pursue an acting career as it was his life long fantasy. In 2008 Jermaine was given the chance to play alongside Noel Clarke in Michael Winterbottom's feature film 'A Beautiful Game' however the film funding fell through and the film never ended up getting made. After years of training Jermaine has appeared in a number of theater productions Starred in massive stage hits 'Paulasville' and 'Common Ground' and 'Prince'. Jermaine has so far appeared in over 30 short films to date, 15 theater productions, a number TV drama pilots including a BBC commissioned YouTube Kids and In The Mix, a host of music videos and TV commercials making history to be the first ever black milky bar kid, which made the front of the Manchester Evening newspaper.