Anjy Shamo was born in Amman, Jordan. Her mother and father are both from a Chaldean family from Iraq. Anjy’s family has seven siblings, five girls and two boys, she is the youngest girl in her family.
Anjy was born on Christmas Day and was raised in Detroit, MI until the age of twenty when she made her move to California to pursue her acting career. In the summer of 2002, Anjy’s spark for acting was ignited when a movie by the name of “Forbidden Fruit” was in production in her hometown of Detroit.
The production of that movie had filmed a couple scenes in the street that she lived on.
Her acting role on that movie was as an extra to play a “kid playing on the street”. It was a small role but had a big impact in her youth that made her believe that all things are possible to achieve.
News and broadcast graduate from Specs Howard School of Media Arts with hands on experience in Adobe Audition, Final Cut Pro, non-linear editing and broadcasting talent.
Co-hosted MEA Café TV show on Middle Eastern America TV and Radio for four months discussing controversial topics between the Middle East and America. My goal in life is to become the next best News Anchor/Field Reporter.
I am a qualified writer, have a great amount of TV personality work experience so I am highly comfortable when it comes to live shots, news reads and on-air personality work.
I have the ability to efficiently multi-task while meeting any de-ad-line. I also thrive to work in a positive team oriented environment, but very comfortable working independently as well.
Besides my work qualities I’d like to add that I’m very out-going, down to earth, funny and in love with life! Taking on life one day at a time. I’m full of ambition and faith
Anjy Shamo Trivia:
- Anjy Shamo started her career as a model and ventured into the showbiz industry.
- She is one of the popular actresses in the world of cinema.
- She is best known for her appearance on Implant.
Anjy also has a following of over 400,000 fans on her Instagram page. She has also appeared in minor roles on “Implant” and “The Peter and Austin Noto Show”.