Nadia Dawn was born and raised in Canada. Her parents are of Indian, English
and Guyanesse decent. Nadia has her H1B and is able to work in the United States
of America. Nadia has studied at various Universities mastering languages and
Mass Communications. She is a writer as well as an actor, host and model.
Nadia has had guest appearances in many television shows, some which include:
Soul Food, Playmakers, Instant Star and Hart of The Annex. She has hosted many
television programs as well, which includes: Swimsuit Sports, SexArise and
SuperModel Showdown where she co-wrote as well.
Nadia has appeared in several films which include: "SHORT TOUNGE
FREDDY" scheduled to air on Showcase in February 2006, and "IN the SWEET
BY and BY" scheduled to air at the Toronto Film Festival in 2005.
Besides her hectic acting/hosting career, Nadia has still made a major mark in the
entertainment realm as a model. She has appeared in over fifteen major music
videos as the lead girl. The most infamous was, Shaggy, "It wasn't me", others
include: Snoop Dogg - Snoop Dogg, and Master P "Law Low".
Nadia has graced the cover of Performance Auto and Sound and Gambling Online.
She has partaken in countless photo shoots and works actively as a model. She
now has a four page spread in King Magazine pertaining to how she obtained her
A painter that resides from Canada has painted a portrait of Nadia for the
Manhattan Gallery; you can view this on her website, along with her demo reel
and a slew of pictures at NadiaDawn.com
Working with DJ Perry was a
pleasurable learning experience. He was
up at the crack of dawn ready to work
with a smile. He was constantly stirring
up new ideas and was welcome to
feeback. His directorial skills were quite
impressive, expecially considering this
was his directorial debut. An innovative,
dynamic and chrismatic actor, writer and
director; need I say more? I know it
sounds like I'm tooting DJ's horn, but he
is a phenomenal talent.