With a recurring role on the Fox musical drama Star and a role in last year's Charlize Theron/David Oyelowo film, Gringo, Paris Jackson continues to make a name for herself in the entertainment business.
According to Deadline, Jackson has joined the cast of the indie comedic drama The Space Between, alongside former Frasier actor Kelsey Grammer and Jackson White.
The film, which was written by Will Aldis, is set against the backdrop of Los Angeles music during the mid-1990s. It follows an aspiring record executive named Charlie Porter (White) who works in the mailroom. Porter's work life is thrown for a loop when he is assigned with forcing a once-popular rock star (Grammer) out of his record label contract.
Jackson, the daughter of pop king Michael Jackson and niece of pop queen Janet Jackson, will portray Cory, Charlie's love interest with a knack for singing.
The film will be produced by Michael Roiff, Milan Popelka, Steve Samuels and Rachel Winter, who also has producing credits on the acclaimed AIDS period drama Dallas Buyers Club.
The Space Between is currently shooting in Los Angeles.