Jasmine Curtis-Smith is now a part of Maja Salvador's management company, Crown Artist Management, Inc.
The award-winning actress made the announcement herself through a social media post on Saturday, June 12.
"'And suddenly you know: it's time to start something new and trust the magic of new beginnings.' - Meister Eckhart. To new beginnings at @crownartistmgmt," Jasmine wrote in the caption of her post.
Crown Artist Management made a similar announcement on its social media pages, introducing Jasmine as their "Indie Queen".
Jasmine is the younger sister of actress-host Anne Curtis.
She had her breakthrough in 2013, after starring in Hannah Espia's critically acclaimed film Transit. Her role as Yael, an Israeli-Filipino child of an Overseas Filipino who faces deportation, earned wide praise from both local and international critics, and a best supporting actress award at the 9th Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival.
Aside from Transit, Jasmine is also known for her role in Paul Soriano's romance film Siargao, which won several awards at the 2017 Metro Manila Film Festival, including a Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance as Abi.
Among her other known films include Dementia, Bonifacio: Ang Unang Pangulo, and Baka Bukas.
Jasmine, 27, joins award-winning actor John Lloyd Cruz and model-host-actress Lauren Reid in the stable of talents of Crown Artist Management, which was launched just last March.
Other talents include Jessie Salvador, Patty Ang, Yanee Alvarez, Jarlo Base, Andrei Suleik, Gino Santos, and Guel Espina.