Dahlia Grey

Dahlia Grey



Dahlia Grey is an up-and-coming actor, writer, and director. She was born on June 6, 1995 in Los Angeles, California and is of African American and Latin American descent. She grew up in the San Fernando Valley and attended the prestigious Los Angeles County High School for the Arts.

She began her acting career in her early twenties, with a role in the independent drama film, "Cherry Girl" in 2017, which earned her a Best Actress nomination at the Black International Film Festival. She then appeared in the 2019 drama film "A Girl Called Fearless" and the 2020 comedy "I Am Not Your Negro".

In between roles, Grey wrote and directed the short film "Call Me" in 2019. The film was an official selection at the Athena Film Festival, where she won the Best Short Film Award.

Grey has also worked on numerous television shows, including ABC's "American Housewife", "Black-ish" and "Marvel's Agent Carter". She also had a recurring role in the CW's "iZombie" as the character Gilda.

In 2020, Grey was cast in the lead role in the upcoming drama "The Glass House". She will star alongside Oscar nominee Jesse Eisenberg and "The Good Place" star Jameela Jamil.

Grey is a passionate activist for social justice and has used her platform to speak out about issues such as police brutality and civil rights. She is also an advocate for the LGBTQ+ community and has spoken out against racism in the entertainment industry.

Grey is an up-and-coming star who has already made a name for herself in the world of acting and activism. With her passion and talent, Dahlia Grey is sure to be one to watch in the future.

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