Born in Kabul, Azita Ghanizada is an Afghan actress.
Azita Ghanizada started acting in 2004. Her multi-ethnicity enabled her to star in Indian, Arabic, Iranian, Mediterranean, and American roles. Most noteworthy, she landed the lead role in the Syfy channel series Alphas. Furthermore, she had a main role in General Hospital: Night Shift (2008). In addition, her more recent film and television work includes Killroy Was Here (2017) and Ellen More or Less (2015). Azita founded the MENA Arts Advocacy Coalition (MAAC), where she lobbies for Middle Eastern North African (MENA) performers. Lastly, she continues to speak on issues of gender and equality across her social media platforms.
American actress and professional yoga instructor Erica Majtenyi showing her celebrity feet and celebrity soles in THE POSE via Celebrity Feet in the Pose: The largest celebrity pose database on the web.
Born in Morristown, New Jersey, Erica Majtenyi received her 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher Certification in the summer of 2009. She teaches Vinyasa Flow yoga classes in Los Angeles, California. Erica has acted in various films and has played minor roles in television series such as Bones and Private Practice. She played a lead role in the independent feature film Battle B-Boy (2014).
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