EXCLUSIVE: Actress Monia Ayachi Signs New Contract with Top Talent Agency
Monia Ayachi was born and raised in Belgium, from a Tunisian father and a Belgian mother. From a young age, Monia had a passion for the entertainment business. She started taking drama and singing lessons, which landed her a show on Belgian TV at the age of 10 called ” Pour La Gloire”. Her charisma, beauty and many talents caught the eye of a Belgian casting director and producer. They hired her to play the lead in a Belgian-French production. Unfortunately, due to scheduling conflicts, Monia was not able to shoot the film. A few years later, Monia went on to the National Conservatory Of Music to study Opera and Drama, where she got her degree. She then moved to Los Angeles where she went to NYFA to get an extra degree in fine arts.
Over the last few years, she has landed a recurring role on ABC’s General Hospital and NBC’s Days Of Our Lives and the Pilot “Music Academy”, directed by renowned Director Diana Valentine. She also booked a role in “Pyongyang”, directed by Oscar winning director Gore Verbinski and starring Steve Carell. Unfortunately, the film was postponed. Monia booked a lead role in the feature “Bad Luck Dandelion”, directed by Gary King, whose films have won many awards. It is scheduled to be released in 2019.
Monia also writes and produces her own films. Last year, her multicultural film Ignofear won first place at the Audience Awards at the California Women’s Film Festival and was an official selection at the Canadian Diversity Film Festival in Toronto. Her latest film, For The Love Of Hate, is currently will soon be making its festival run. Monia prides herself in creating content that has a strong message. She was also a host for NBC Universal’s E!News International France for many years, and is now a producer for E!News International Dubai. She is also a French travel host for Brand USA.
Due to her mixed heritage, Monia is a true polyglot. She speaks six languages: French, Dutch, English, Spanish, Arabic and Portuguese. She also masters quite a few dialects and is a highly skilled piano player and classical singer. Because she speaks so many languages, Monia dubs a lot of films/TV series. If you are unsure where to find her, look for an upside down head of curls, as Monia spends her free time doing handstands all over Los Angeles.