Jasmin Bhanji, a renowned English artist and educator based in London, UK, is also recognized as the daughter of the esteemed English actor, Ben Kingsley, and Angela Morant. While her personal life remains mostly private, her educational achievements and career as an artist and educator are well-documented.
Jasmin pursued her education at the University College London, where she completed The Postgraduate Certificate in Education in 2001. Later, she relocated to Nairobi, Kenya, where she worked as an art teacher at an international school. During her time in Nairobi, she established her art studio garden, where she engaged in her creative pursuits. Subsequently, she returned to London to complete a Masters in Art and Design in Education, further honing her skills and passion for art.
As an artist, Jasmin delves into art education, exploring the connections between practical and theoretical approaches through performance, enactment, and embodied learning. She expresses a keen interest in unearthing the absences and untold narratives within the archives of art history.
Jasmin’s family includes her father, Ben Kingsley (born Krishna Pandit Bhanji), a distinguished English actor with a career spanning over five decades. He is renowned for his iconic portrayal of Mohandas Gandhi in the 1982 film “Gandhi” and has earned accolades such as Grammy Awards throughout his illustrious career. She also has siblings, including Thomas Alexis Bhanji, as well as step-siblings Edmund Kingsley and Ferdinand Kingsley.
Regarding her own family life, there is no public information about Jasmin’s dating life, marriage, or children.
While Jasmin has built a successful career as an artist and educator, her exact net worth remains undisclosed. However, she appears to lead a modest life dedicated to her cherished art.
On the other hand, her father, Ben Kingsley, being a prominent figure in the movie industry, has accumulated a substantial net worth estimated at $60 million.
Jasmin Bhanji keeps a low profile, occasionally participating in interviews to discuss her art and studio, preferring to maintain privacy when it comes to her personal life.