Jessica is Dutch Mexican and was raised trilingual. From a young age she was involved in the theatre, which started in Mexico. After graduating from the American School in The Hague, she decided to move to England to pursue her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Exeter in 2014. There she studied Drama and Visual Culture with a year abroad to the University of Utrecht. While studying both in England and Utrecht she performed in various plays including Angels in America at the Northcott. While studying in Utrecht, she did an internship at the National Theatre in The Hague as an intern dramaturge for David Mamet’s play Race directed by Eric de Vroedt. After completing her degree, she auditioned and got into The Royal Central School for Speech and Drama for a Masters in Classical Acting. Here she was trained by pioneers in the field and performed in Shakespeare's Cymbeline as Arviragus and as Anya in Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard at the Embassy Theatre. Jessica had performed as Andromache in the Trojan Women for Compagnie Courage, an international theatre company based in Gent. With Courage she also devised and performed as Frida Kahlo in The Two Frida’s (2021). Bank sees her international background and languages as a strength and enjoys working on projects that celebrate diversity.
Lastly, she has been the face of several successful and international commercials.