Sheila Shah’s Blog: L.A. Pomellato Presentation at Bel-Air Hotel

PHOTO: Celebrity TV Host Carly Steel, Presenter Christopher King and Sheila Shah

I attended the L.A. Pomellato presentation at Bel-Air Hotel hosted by Marilyn Heston.  This original brand of jewelry has pieces that is not only beautiful and classy, but also sexy and elegant that can be worn on many different occasions.

It has an Italian style that meets the California Sunshine. It ‘s Tango collection has been worn by stars such as Tilda Swinton, Sofia Coppola, Demi Moore and Julia Roberts. Each guest received a 250 dollar gift certificate to spend at the store.  I can’t wait to have my first piece. Look out for the opening of it’s first store in the West Coast in January on Rodeo Drive.

Celebrity TV Host Carly Steel and Sheila Shah
Playing a lead role opposite Ving Rhames, actress Sheila Shah stars in the gritty film, Mafia. Directed by Ryan Combs, the film also stars Robert Patrick and Pam Grier and is set for release in early 2012. Shah also wrapped up the action drama Crossroads about a former combat soldier being forced into the crime world. Shah performs all of her own stunts in the action-packed film, which also stars UFC fighter and stuntman Roman Mitichyan.  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, followed by another horror/thriller film The Tortured starring Erica Christensen and Jesse Metcalfe. Growing up in Montreal and Toronto, this multi-talented performer who is fluent in English, French and Farsi, won the title of Miss Iran of Canada. Shah holds a Degree in Chemistry, with Post Graduate studies in Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs. She also holds an Arts Degree in Merchandise Marketing from The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. As the sister of twin brothers, one with cerebral palsy, Shah plans to dedicate her spare time to creating awareness and organizing fundraising events to finding a solution for the neurological disorder. Shah supports the March of Dimes, Easter Seals and United Cerebral Palsy.

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