I am an actress, writer, storyteller, and native New Yorker. I received my BA from Binghamton University, and studied acting at Playhouse West in L.A., and at The Barrow Group School (with Seth Barrish and Lee Brock) in NY. I also took the Master Class at The LAByrinth Theatre Company.
Because of my ethnic ambiguity (where the heck is she from?), I have had the pleasure of playing a vast cross section of characters, spanning many cultures. I absolutely relish the opportunity to learn new dialects and accents and, unlike my dad’s attempts at affecting an accent, they don’t all sound like a mix of Turkish and Pakistani. I appear regularly at The Cornelia St Cafe where I perform monologues I’ve written at the monthly show Monologues and Madness, and I’ve been a featured storyteller at the monthly City Stories: Stoop to Nuts Storytelling Show on a number of occasions.
In addition, the one act play I wrote called Save the World (the main characters may resemble certain people in my life, but that’s purely coincidental) was recently chosen for FAB Theatre Company’s Reading Series. I’m also a certified Personal Trainer (read: I like bossing people around), a Bootcamp Instructor (I enjoy inflicting pain on investment bankers), and an avid swing and salsa dancer, so movement is a big part of my life.
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