I Didn't Do It
Piper Curda stars as Jasmine, a smart and daring fashion-forward teenager who is always supportive of her four best friends, in Disney Channel's comedy series, "I Didn't Do It."
Born in Tallahassee, Florida and raised in Chicago, Illinois, Curda is the second oldest of five children. She made her acting debut at the age of nine, with her older sister Riley, in the stage production of "The King and I," at the Drury Lane Theatre. She went on to appear in several local theater productions, as well as commercials and print campaigns, before landing the role of Roly Poly in the Broadway musical "The 101 Dalmatians," directed by Jerry Zaks ("Two and a Half Men," "Everybody Loves Raymond"), in which she spent nine months touring the country.
Disney Channel fans are familiar with Curda for her starring role as Casey in the popular Disney.com series, "Rule the Mix," as well as her recurring guest star role as Kennedy Van Buren on "A.N.T. Farm." Her television credits include guest star roles on "Rizzolli and Isles," "Malibu Country," "Body of Proof" and "Law and Order: SVU," as well as a supporting role in Hallmark Channel's "Reading Writing & Romance." Additionally, she voiced the character of Debby Kang in Disney XD's animated series, "Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja."
Curda competed in gymnastics until she was eleven and continues to enjoy healthy activities, such as tap dancing, yoga and boxing. Her interests also include writing poetry, singing, songwriting and playing the drums. She recently began playing the guitar and collaborating with fellow musicians to record original songs.
Her father currently serves in the U.S. Army Reserve, and has served in both active duty and reserve positions for the past twenty-eight-years. She and her four siblings collaborated on the EP entitled "While You Were Away…," featuring songs they wrote and recorded to celebrate their father, who was deployed to Afghanistan at the time. Together they support various charitable organizations focused on serving veterans and their families. Curda received the CARE Award in 2010 and 2011 for excellence in acting, academics and community involvement.
Curda splits her time between her family's home in Chicago and Los Angeles.