January 21, 2011 by Post Team
Sarah Shahi, Sarah Shahi star of USA Network, Fairly Legal (Thursday, 10 pm ET), has the Dallas Cowboys to thank for her entry into show business. “Cheerleading was my way in. It was one of the most rigorous audition process forever,” said Shahi, 30. “He finally managed to Hollywood.” Shahi has made the team for the Cowboys in the 1999-2000 seasons, and then moved to Los Angeles. She then worked her way from a leadership role on the TV series City Guys.
Sarah Shahi…. she is the star of the (role-playing Kate Reed) USA Network Fairly Legal.
But who is she?
Well her name is Sarah Shahi acting, but her real name is: Aahoo Jahansouzshahi (try to say her real name three times fast!)
Before acting, she was a former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader.
It is a great-granddaughter of the 19th century Iranian king Fath Ali Shah Qajar (Pretty Cool!)
As for acting, she was on the L Word playing the role of Carmen de la Pica Morales, played roles in series such as: Life, Crossing Over, and more!
Sarah Shahi takes center court in the new USA Network show Fairly Legal. As the star of the new legal drama, Sarah moves to support the character directly in the spotlight.
Here’s what we know about the star of Fairly Legal….
His name is not really Sarah Shahi. Even if it uses the nickname that her artist name, its official name is really Aahoo Jahansouzshahi.
Athletic past. Sarah Shahi is a former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader.
Actress. Sarah has had a series of more and more credits to her name. She is best known for her roles as Carmen de la Pica Morales on The L Word and as Detective Dani Reese on life. His role as Kate Reed on Fairly Legal is her first starring role unique.
Royal roots. Sarah is a great-granddaughter of the 19th century Iranian king Fath Ali Shah Qajar.
Mother. Sarah and her husband met the actor Steve Howey, met on the set of the sitcom Reba. They welcomed their first child, William Wolf Howey in July 2009.
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