Actress, singer, and entertainer Sheila Korsi (Sheila-Sheila) has performed in dramatic and comedic roles in theatre, film, and television. She decided to follow her artistic dream after earning her Master's Degree in Hispanic Studies from Flordia International University. Some of her credits include the following productions: Season One of NBC's Betty White's Off Their Rockers, All My Children, the biopic Low Down, Imagen Award-winning short film My Backyard Was A Mountain, and Lewis Teague's Cante Jondo ('Deep Song'). Among her many variety show appearances, she placed Top 60 in Las Vegas for NBC's America's Got Talent singing Salsa.
Sheila has studied in both The Groundlings in Los Angeles and at Miami's prestigious Prometeo Theatre Group. Her theatrical roles have ranged from playing the Nurse in Romeo and Juliet to Aunt Augusta in It Happened in Havana. Sheila has also recieved several awards for her contribution to the arts in Los Angeles.
Sheila is always sure to dedicate her performances to 'all those artists who dare to dream.'
Student produced at the University of Southern California - School of Cinematic Arts.
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