Dezmyre Volmeus born as Clernicole Volmeus, is a Haitian American actress and filmmaker from Miami, Florida. She is the daughter of Marc Nicolas Volmeus and Clerda Cajuste. She graduated from Florida International University with a dual degree in Political Science/International Relations. After loosing her grandfather, Jerome Cajuste, to cancer, Volmeus embarked to California to pursue her dreams in the film industry. She has booked many commercials and print jobs. As a Haitian filmmaker, Volmeus won two awards for her film “Lost and Found” in the category of Best trailer at American Golden Picture International Film Festival and Avalonia film festiva. With both of her produced films “In Position” and “ Lost and Found” currently selected to many film festivals, Volmeus is hopeful to carry out the vision of breaking Haitian traditions which put a ban on one from pursuing a career in the entertainment industry.
Volmeus gets her inspirations from filmmakers such as Tyler Perry, Ava Duvernay, and Dee Rees. Volmeus’ goal is to have more Haitian representation in mainstream. There are more to come from this talented rising actress/filmmaker.
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