Nadia Sahari was born in Beirut, Lebanon and is of Lebanese, Italian and French descent, she was raised in a Detroit suburb of Michigan. In College, she majored in Theatre Arts and her dream was always to be an actress. Nadia performed as a headliner belly dancer at dinner clubs and on TV and also directed and produced dance recitals for over 2000 students. She loves music and the arts. Later in life, She married a famous well-known rock star drummer who supported her endeavors. As an Entrepreneur, she opened four boutiques, produced and directed fashion shows, she modeled for businessmen and businesswomen’s luncheons almost every week, and at the same time raised two talented sons. Today, Nadia Sahari is a world-renowned author. Her memoir “Breakaway: The Road To Freedom,” hit the top 100 on Amazon.com and now in its second printing. “Breakaway,” the memoir is currently being adapted to a screenplay for the big screen. “The Bully Cat” a children’s book written by Ms. Sahari is a delightful and heart-warming true cat story against bullying and teaches children not to keep silent if they are being bullied. Nadia Sahari has been a guest on many talk shows including being a guest panelist on Oprah’s show. Nadia Sahari’s credits as an actress include Bandslam the movie Starring Lisa Kudrow, Corruption.Gov with Lee Majors, Michael Madsen and Francesco Quinn. She has also appeared in three episodes in the series, “Friday Night Lights,” with Connie Britton. She helped produce the independent films Smoke ‘n’ Love, The Contest, Lust’n’Love in which she starred in as a lead actress, and many others. She’s also appeared in many commercials, such as Verizon and infomercials. She created and produced her podcast and radio platforms, “The Nadia Sahari Show,” and “Let’s Happy Talk,” and both are currently playing all over the world.