|Rashida Jones birth name:||Rashida Leah Jones|
|Rashida Jones birthday||1976-02-25|
|Nickname||Rash or Rashi|
|Rashida Jones home town||Los Angeles, CA.|
|Rashida Jones assets||Daughter Of mega-producer Quincy Jones.|
|Rashida Jones vices|
|Rashida Jones height||163 cm|
|Rashida Jones job||Actress.|
|Rashida Jones hobbies||Singing, songwriting, theatre, bungee, jumping, parasailing, skydiving.|
|Rashida Jones ethnicity||Mixed|
|Rashida Jones breast size||34|
|Rashida Jones waist size||24|
|Rashida Jones hips size||34|
|Rashida Jones motto||Be friendly to everybody; protect yourself; people sometimes want a piece of you for no good reason; and always do things out of love not fear.|
She is the youngest daughter of actress Peggy Lipton from her marriage to media mogul Quincy Jones. Jones' father is of Cherokee, West African and Welsh ancestry, and her mother is Jewish. She and her older sister Kidada, who would later be engaged to Tupac Shakur, were raised in Bel Air, California where she excelled at music before attending Harvard. Though raised Jewish, she began practicing Hinduism in her early teens after her mother took her to an Ashram in India only to return to her Jewish faith, flip-flopper!
Jones began the serious pursuit of an acting career in 1998, appearing in The Last Don, T.V.'s lame attempt to recreate the Godfather. She has since appeared in Myth America, East of A, If These Walls Could Talk II, and Little Black Book, Boston Public. Her big break came in September of 2006 when she joined the cast of The Office when it began its third season. She has since been cast in the pilot for the upcoming Farrelly brothers produced comedy Unhitched.
As a singer, Jones was a member and music director for Harvard's oldest co-ed a cappella group, The Harvard Opportunes, and spent much of her time with the group trying not to laugh at their name. She sang backup on the tracks "Tangled" and "Secret" from Maroon 5's hit record, Songs About Jane and also sang on the track "Kiwi" on their album "It Won't Be Soon Before Long." She can be heard singing backup in the The Gap commercial "Dress You Up" and the commercials "Mellow Yello" and "Crazy Stripes." Because singing and action is not enough, she also writes and models. Jones' written work has appeared in Teen Vogue. She also wrote chapter 36 of her father's biography Q: The Autobiography Of Quincy Jones and she has modeled for major clothing labels including Triple 5 Soul and The Gap. She has also appeared in editorials for magazines such as In Style and O Magazine.
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