Jet Tranter, the dynamic force in the entertainment industry, has carved her path as both a versatile actress and an influential Muay Thai coach and personal trainer. Born and raised in Melbourne, Australia, Jet's journey into the spotlight was propelled by her background as an accomplished martial artist.
In her latest cinematic venture, the action-packed blockbuster "Occupation Rainfall" (2020), Jet Tranter assumed the role of the indomitable resistance leader, 'Amelia Chambers.' She fearlessly led the charge against an alien menace, fighting to safeguard humanity from annihilation. Her performance alongside esteemed screen veterans such as Temuera Morrison, Ken Jeong, and her Australian counterpart Dan Ewing showcased her formidable acting prowess. Moreover, Jet's commitment to authenticity saw her performing all her own stunts in the film's exhilarating action sequences. Her involvement extended beyond acting, as she played a pivotal role in crafting the unique alien dialect for the 'Greys,' the invading extraterrestrial race in the Occupation series.
Jet's acting career boasts an impressive resume that includes a series regular role as 'Leandra' in the Netflix fantasy crime drama "Tidelands" (2018). Starring opposite Elsa Pataky, Jet embodied the character of a fierce bodyguard and occasional lover to Adrielle, the half-Siren Queen of L'Attente. Her dedication to her craft shone through as she executed all her stunts in the eight-episode series with unwavering skill.
Jet Tranter first gained international recognition as the Australian MMA fighter 'Cassidy Young' in the female fury martial arts film "Lady Blood Fight" (2016), produced by Voltage Pictures. This marked her entry into the global film scene, and her performance resonated with audiences worldwide.
Her acting journey continued with a memorable appearance in Marvel's action-comedy blockbuster "Thor: Ragnarok" (2017), where she portrayed a 'Valkyrie Sister.' As part of an elite group of Asgardian warriors led by 'Valkyrie' (Tessa Thompson), Jet's presence added depth to the film's stellar ensemble cast. She also made her mark in the Australian television drama "Sisters" (2017) as 'Shao' for Network Ten and delivered a compelling lead performance as 'Lyssa' in the emotionally charged VCA/St Kilda Film Festival Short, "Shadow Boxer" (2017).
Beyond her acting accomplishments, Jet Tranter's influence extends to the realm of martial arts coaching and personal training. Fusing Eastern philosophy with rigorous physical training, Jet's approach yields exceptional results for her clients. Her reputation as a Muay Thai coach and personal trainer is sterling, drawing clients from both near and far.
Jet's expertise isn't confined to physical fitness alone; her profound knowledge of nutrition sets her apart. She brings a culinary flair to her coaching, demonstrating a holistic approach to health and well-being. Her workshops and one-on-one personal training sessions are sought after by enthusiasts eager to benefit from her expertise.
In the ever-evolving landscape of entertainment and fitness, Jet Tranter shines as a multifaceted talent, leaving an indelible mark both on the silver screen and in the realm of personal transformation. Her journey is a testament to determination, versatility, and unwavering dedication