Sheila Shah’s exclusive interview with TV host Carly Steel
- NAME Sheila Shah
- BIO Sheila Shah takes the lead in the gritty film, Mafia, opposite Ving Rhames. Directed by Ryan Combs, the film also stars Robert Patrick and Pam Grier and is set for release in early 2012. The actress can also be seen in the action drama, Crossroads, also starring UFC fighter/stuntman Roman Mitichyan. Shah performs her own stunts in the film. In 2007, Shah relocated from Toronto to Los Angeles to pursue acting and landed her first role as an FBI Agent in the 2008 feature film Saw V directed by David Hackl. Her debut was soon followed by another horror/thriller film The Tortured starring Erica Christensen and Jesse Metcalfe. Growing up in Montreal and Toronto, this multi-talented performer won the title of Miss Iran of Canada. Shah holds a Degree in Chemistry, with Post Graduate studies in Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs. She is fluent in English, French and Farsi, and also holds an Arts Degree in Merchandise Marketing from The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. The sister of twin brothers, one with cerebral palsy, Sheila hopes to create awareness for the disease. As an official Ambassador for the March of Dimes organization, one of her goals is to spearhead unique fundraising events, calling for nationwide support to find a solution to this neurological disease, improve the quality of life for those already afflicted, and further research and education.
Artcles By Sheila Shah
They say the perfect pairing of wine and food can be likened to the perfect marriage. But at Jackie Applebaum-Sheanin’s and Stephen Sheanin’s dinner party, at their well appointed Beverly Hills residence, honoring visiting vino victors, Didier Cuvelier and Jean-Bernard Grenie, the host and hostess added a 3rd ingredient into the mix – the perfect pairing of guests – which in turn, blended together, made for the perfect dinner party.
On November 30th, I attended the gala hosted by Lotus and Swizz Beatz to launch Evora GTE, one of their new car designs in New York City at the IAC Headquarters.