Actress Shanti Ashanti

Actress Shanti Ashanti

Shanti Ashanti was named after with her family's Non-profit Organization, a shelter for homeless and abused youth, Beit Hashanti, based in Tel Aviv, Israel. Raised with 40 different sisters and brothers at any given time, she was exposed to many unusual cases of kids in need of a loving home. In her late teens and early twenties, she worked as a guide in the home, helping many of her peers in their personal process to accept and leave the past behind them, while becoming strong individuals in society. The experience motivates and inspires her work today.

Trained in Ballet and Modern dance from a young age, Shanti found her niche in performing and entertaining. As a teen, she was accepted into Israel's well-known High School for the Arts, Ironi Alef. She specialized in dancing and acting, while a member in Beit Tami's theater group, performing original pieces and classics like House of Bernarda Alba on stage of the most reputable Israeli cultural center, Suzzane Dellal. Shanti obtained her B.A. in dance and theater in Tel-Aviv studying at the prestigious Seminar-Hakibbutzim College, during which she appeared in numerous theatrical productions throughout Israel.

In 2009, Shanti moved to New York City to pursue her acting career while studying with Lee Strasberg alum, John Anthony, at his "Second Studio." In 2014, Shanti continued her journey in Los Angeles. There, she studied with Stella Adler alum and respected acting coach, Marjorie Ballentine. Now living between Israel and Los Angeles, she maintains an international career.

Recently, Shanti starred in "Where Do You Love?" an Israeli comic drama. She co-starred in "Sweet 13", a short romantic fantasy, which will tour major international festivals. The TV film "Gun Hill," in which she had a lead role opposite Larenz Tate, is now available on Netflix. "Gun Hill" secured three spots on the NAACP Image Awards 2015. It also screened at the 2013 BET Awards in Los Angeles and the 2013 Urbanworld Film Festival in New York City.

Jessica Lopez

Jessica Lopez

Jessica Lopez

Jessica Lopez

Latin American Model Anshe

Latin American Model Anshe

Anshe is a Latin American Model who hails from Ecuador. Anshe has won numerous beauty pagents, she's been a finalist in World Modeling competions, and you can see why. Yes she's all beauty and brains, Anshe is currently working on her Masters in Psychology. Photo shoot location Buye Beach, Cabo Rojo Puerto Rico. 

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Actress Shanti Ashanti

Actress Shanti Ashanti

Shanti Ashanti was named after with her family's Non-profit Organization, a shelter for homeless and abused youth, Beit Hashanti, based in Tel Aviv, Israel. Raised with 40 different sisters and brothers at any given time, she was exposed to many unusual cases of kids in need of a loving home. In her late teens and early twenties, she worked as a guide in the home, helping many of her peers in their personal process to accept and leave the past behind them, while becoming strong individuals in society. The experience motivates and inspires her work today.

Trained in Ballet and Modern dance from a young age, Shanti found her niche in performing and entertaining. As a teen, she was accepted into Israel's well-known High School for the Arts, Ironi Alef. She specialized in dancing and acting, while a member in Beit Tami's theater group, performing original pieces and classics like House of Bernarda Alba on stage of the most reputable Israeli cultural center, Suzzane Dellal. Shanti obtained her B.A. in dance and theater in Tel-Aviv studying at the prestigious Seminar-Hakibbutzim College, during which she appeared in numerous theatrical productions throughout Israel.

In 2009, Shanti moved to New York City to pursue her acting career while studying with Lee Strasberg alum, John Anthony, at his "Second Studio." In 2014, Shanti continued her journey in Los Angeles. There, she studied with Stella Adler alum and respected acting coach, Marjorie Ballentine. Now living between Israel and Los Angeles, she maintains an international career.

Recently, Shanti starred in "Where Do You Love?" an Israeli comic drama. She co-starred in "Sweet 13", a short romantic fantasy, which will tour major international festivals. The TV film "Gun Hill," in which she had a lead role opposite Larenz Tate, is now available on Netflix. "Gun Hill" secured three spots on the NAACP Image Awards 2015. It also screened at the 2013 BET Awards in Los Angeles and the 2013 Urbanworld Film Festival in New York City.

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Anshe

Anshe

Anshe is a Latin American Model who hails from Ecuador. Anshe has won numerous beauty pagents, she's been a finalist in World Modeling competions, and you can see why. Yes she's all beauty and brains, Anshe is currently working on her Masters in Psychology. Photo shoot location Buye Beach, Cabo Rojo Puerto Rico. 

Latin American Model Anshe.

Latin American Model Anshe.

Latin American Model Anshe

Latin American Model Anshe

Anshe is a Latin American Model who hails from Ecuador. Anshe has won numerous beauty pagents, she's been a finalist in World Modeling competions, and you can see why. Yes she's all beauty and brains, Anshe is currently working on her Masters in Psychology. Photo shoot location Buye Beach, Cabo Rojo Puerto Rico. 

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Actor Shanti Ashanti

Actor Shanti Ashanti

Shanti Ashanti was named after with her family's Non-profit Organization, a shelter for homeless and abused youth, Beit Hashanti, based in Tel Aviv, Israel. Raised with 40 different sisters and brothers at any given time, she was exposed to many unusual cases of kids in need of a loving home. In her late teens and early twenties, she worked as a guide in the home, helping many of her peers in their personal process to accept and leave the past behind them, while becoming strong individuals in society. The experience motivates and inspires her work today.

Trained in Ballet and Modern dance from a young age, Shanti found her niche in performing and entertaining. As a teen, she was accepted into Israel's well-known High School for the Arts, Ironi Alef. She specialized in dancing and acting, while a member in Beit Tami's theater group, performing original pieces and classics like House of Bernarda Alba on stage of the most reputable Israeli cultural center, Suzzane Dellal. Shanti obtained her B.A. in dance and theater in Tel-Aviv studying at the prestigious Seminar-Hakibbutzim College, during which she appeared in numerous theatrical productions throughout Israel.

In 2009, Shanti moved to New York City to pursue her acting career while studying with Lee Strasberg alum, John Anthony, at his "Second Studio." In 2014, Shanti continued her journey in Los Angeles. There, she studied with Stella Adler alum and respected acting coach, Marjorie Ballentine. Now living between Israel and Los Angeles, she maintains an international career.

Recently, Shanti starred in "Where Do You Love?" an Israeli comic drama. She co-starred in "Sweet 13", a short romantic fantasy, which will tour major international festivals. The TV film "Gun Hill," in which she had a lead role opposite Larenz Tate, is now available on Netflix. "Gun Hill" secured three spots on the NAACP Image Awards 2015. It also screened at the 2013 BET Awards in Los Angeles and the 2013 Urbanworld Film Festival in New York City.

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Lydia Lane

Lydia Lane

Model Miami

Actor Shanti Ashanti

Actor Shanti Ashanti

Shanti Ashanti was named after with her family's Non-profit Organization, a shelter for homeless and abused youth, Beit Hashanti, based in Tel Aviv, Israel. Raised with 40 different sisters and brothers at any given time, she was exposed to many unusual cases of kids in need of a loving home. In her late teens and early twenties, she worked as a guide in the home, helping many of her peers in their personal process to accept and leave the past behind them, while becoming strong individuals in society. The experience motivates and inspires her work today.

Trained in Ballet and Modern dance from a young age, Shanti found her niche in performing and entertaining. As a teen, she was accepted into Israel's well-known High School for the Arts, Ironi Alef. She specialized in dancing and acting, while a member in Beit Tami's theater group, performing original pieces and classics like House of Bernarda Alba on stage of the most reputable Israeli cultural center, Suzzane Dellal. Shanti obtained her B.A. in dance and theater in Tel-Aviv studying at the prestigious Seminar-Hakibbutzim College, during which she appeared in numerous theatrical productions throughout Israel.

In 2009, Shanti moved to New York City to pursue her acting career while studying with Lee Strasberg alum, John Anthony, at his "Second Studio." In 2014, Shanti continued her journey in Los Angeles. There, she studied with Stella Adler alum and respected acting coach, Marjorie Ballentine. Now living between Israel and Los Angeles, she maintains an international career.

Recently, Shanti starred in "Where Do You Love?" an Israeli comic drama. She co-starred in "Sweet 13", a short romantic fantasy, which will tour major international festivals. The TV film "Gun Hill," in which she had a lead role opposite Larenz Tate, is now available on Netflix. "Gun Hill" secured three spots on the NAACP Image Awards 2015. It also screened at the 2013 BET Awards in Los Angeles and the 2013 Urbanworld Film Festival in New York City.

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Lydia Lane

Lydia Lane

Model Miami

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