I was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, brought up by a big, Jewish, Moroccan-Danish family. We're an extremely tight group, and my childhood can be summed up by my family and all of our trips and traditions.
Being fortunate to grow up around the television business, I knew right away that I needed to do something creative and artistic with my life. So, in elementary school, we decided that Little League wasn't my strongest suit, and my mom enrolled me in an arts camp where I did "Cinderella", my very first show. Several temple and school shows later, I knew, for sure, I wanted to be an actor.
The summer of 2013, I did the musical theater pre-college program at Carnegie Mellon University, and one year later, I committed to the Boston Conservatory for musical theater. There, I was tested, pushed, and learned, really, the work and passion it takes to be an actor and tell a story. While there, during the summer of 2016, I got the amazing opportunity to study Shakespeare and do two of his plays at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London - an unforgettable experience.
Now, I'm ready to work. I can't wait to see what's ahead, exploring opportunities in LA, NYC, London, or wherever it takes me.