Jade Fraser (born 8 January 1993 in Mexico), is a Mexican actress, who first gained recognition for her role in the popular telenovela, Por Siempre mi Amor in 2013. Fraser has also participated in several television series and telenovelas in Mexico.
She has one older sister named Anahi who is also an actress. At 17 years old, she was accepted to Centro de Educación Artística, the free drama school run by Televisa in Mexico City. She later graduated after completing a three year course. She currently resides in Mexico City. Fraser was an active asset in Hashomer Hatzair Mexico
Fraser had a small role in the film, Dragonball Evolution, when she was 13 years old. She also began auditioning for television commercials and appeared in an advertisement for candy. In 2010, during her first year at Centro de Educación Artística, she was successfully cast as "Ximena", in the youth-targeted telenovela, Niña de mi Corazón starring Paulina Goto. The telenovela premiered in Mexico on March 8, 2010. Since 2010, she has participated in various Mexican telenovelas and television series such as La Rosa de Guadalupe and Como dice el dicho. In 2012 and 2013, she earned a supporting role on the popular telenovela, Abismo de pasión and had a small role in the telenovela, Amores Verdaderos.