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When I was 5 years old, I attended a production of The Lion King. Upon experiencing the opening number, I hopped up and began walking towards the stage. At which point, my mother had to intervene. When asked the question "What are you doing?" I pointed at the stage and said, "I'm going up there." 


I began my career in the arts at 5 years old in local children's theatre. Now, with over 17 years of acting experience, I am a graduate of the BFA Acting program at Point Park University, and I have been able to dive deep into my craft. During my time at PPU, I found a love for film/tv work, and expanded my creative talents to include making my own work, directing, and creating multi-media art. 


About me

I grew up in Duluth, MN. A town known for its humbling and character building winters:)

I come from a diverse heritage of Parsi (Persian & Indian), and White/European descent. As someone who didn't grow up seeing a lot of people that looked like me in mainstream media, diverse representation is extremely important to me in my creative process. I aspire to make art that is inclusive and reflects the diversity of the people who will be watching it.

My why...

My biggest hope is that my art makes people feel seen. 

I aspire to make the kind of art that stays with people. The kind of art that sparks a conversation on the ride home. The kind of art that asks people to look inward, as well as outward. 

Where I'm going...

Now, I am ready to enter the professional world with a solid foundation of who I am, what I care about, and the kind of art I want to be a part of. 

I hope to be a part of telling moving, unique, and important stories through the arts. I aspire to make people laugh, think, feel seen, and everything in between. 

How I got here...

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