Hi! I'm Abby Jaros. I'm a working Actor, Dancer and Singer based out of New York City. Welcome!
Abby was born and raised in Boca Raton, FL by the two best and most supportive parents in the world, Jash Jaroszewicz and Terri Jaroszewicz. Since the age of five, she grew up dancing to later catch the theatre bug in her first ever musical she was cast in during her freshman year in High School, The Pajama Game, directed by Mindy Clarke. Her love for all things theatre grew as the years passed and after her attendance at the Broadway Theatre Project where she received the Gregory Hines Scholarship, she decided that this was the career she wanted to pursue.
Abby was accepted into the BFA Musical Theatre and Dance Minor program at the University of Central Florida where her theatre training continued 24/7. Three and a half years later, she graduated a semester early to move to the city of her dreams a short three weeks later.
Upon arriving to NYC, Abby hit the ground running taking classes, auditioning and meeting the most incredible people in the business, yet. She then booked her first few shows, West Side Story and Saturday Night Fever, at the Finger Lakes in Auburn, NY followed by joining the National Tour of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat directed and choreographed by Andy Blankenbuehler. Just a few months after finishing the National tour of Joseph, she was asked to join the International Tour as Mrs. Potiphar, which ran for two weeks in Tokyo, Japan.
After touring, she decided to permanently make NYC her home after all of the traveling. She then booked the role of Peggy Evans in Neil Simon's Come Blow Your Horn under the direction of Tod Booth at the Alhambra Theatre in Jacksonville, FL, where she earned her equity card thus joining the Actor's Equity Association! Woo!
In between theatre gigs, Abby found a love for camera work. After studying with Brooke and Mary and Matthew Newton, she has made appearances on TV and commercials such as SNL, Colgate, IHOP and Essie Nail Polish.
Abby just returned to NYC after traveling the country with HAMILTON: An American Musical, the Philip Tour.
"She has the stage presence to keep your eyes locked on her."
Matthew J Palm, Orlando Sentinel