I was born in New Jersey and grew up in San Francisco. I earned a BS in Criminal Justice from San Francisco State University, and went on to becoming an Oakland city police officer, focusing my energies on narcotics and gang related crimes.
From an early age, I was drawn to the world of film, and decided to leave law enforcement to pursue my dream. I still have on going training in film and television at Jeremiah Comey Film/TV Studios, S.A. Griffin (AFI) and has also trained with Clay Banks Studio International. My debut film was as Uzi Girl in “A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night.” My skill set include weapons training, combat, driving and police tactics. I am incredibly athletic and is fluent in Dari/Farsi.
In my spare time, you can find me either playing catch on a baseball field, eating, or doting on her my Yorkie, Cosmo.
I have been in the industry since 2011.