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Sabrina Saleha is an actor and screenwriter that follows a personal mantra, of being a voice for unheard voices and conspiring others to their moment of courage through storytelling. She is proudly Navajo and Bangladeshi. She desires to see more authentic diverse representation in film/tv.

She is currently a grad student at Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) earning her Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Screenwriting. She is signed actor with Privilege Talent Agency based in Atlanta, Georgia. Previously, a techie worked at Cisco in silicon valley.

Check out her most recent interview with PBS on her journey of living in van full-time traveling to National Parks and more!

Fun Facts

  • Fancy Shawl Dancer (Native American dancing at powwows)
  • Trained and certified Krav Maga instructor & trained in BJJ, Boxing and Muay Thai
  • Lived full-time in a jeep traveling 35+ states for 1.5 years
  • Currently lives in a tricked out van & loving it
  • Explored 150+ National & State parks #youmeandtheparks
  • Frequent volunteer at Camp Comfort Zone, kids grief camp

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