Misti Traya

Misti Traya

American actress
Date of Birth: 23.09.1981
Country: USA

Biography of Misty Traia

Misty Traia was born on September 23, 1981, in Honolulu, Hawaii. At the age of seven, she moved to Los Angeles with her mother, actress Kirsten Warren. Growing up, Traia developed a passion for figure skating and began taking lessons at the age of eleven. However, her love for acting was ignited when her world culture teacher in eighth grade praised her performance as a member of the Palestinian Liberation Organization. This led Traia to decide to pursue a career in acting.

Misti Traya

At the age of fourteen, Traia gave up figure skating to focus more on her school activities. She became the student body president at Marlborough School, a prestigious girls' school. Traia then attended Sarah Lawrence College, where she participated in the creative writing program. She studied the works of writers and non-fiction literature and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2003.

Misti Traya

As an avid writer, Traia completed her first book, "Pinkerton the Dog and Lucky the Cat," at the age of six. The story chronicles the adventures of Pinkerton, Lucky, Jennifer, and Tiffany as they indulge in various snacks and meats for several days. The young author was able to fill 16 pages with the animals' menu. In fifth grade, Traia wrote a poem called "The Los Angeles Woman," which tells the story of a wealthy housewife named Belle Air who goes mad after learning that her husband is leaving her for a younger woman.

Misti Traya

Traia participated in the drama program, playing Bella in the production of "Lost in Yonkers" and Ophelia in "Hamlet." She also wrote a play called "Curly Smoke" based on the life of renowned writer Dorothy Parker, which was later performed at the Black Box Theatre in Marlborough. Additionally, Traia worked behind the scenes on the independent film "Crazy" and landed roles in TV series such as "The New Joan of Arc" and "Doctor Huff" shortly after her first serious audition.

Recently, Traia appeared in two films, "Dying for Dolly" and "Real Girls" alongside Hilary Duff and Haylie Duff. Currently, she is collaborating with visual artist Mario Garcia Torres on his six-minute film "One Minute To Act A Title: Kim Jong Il Favorite Movies," which is intended for display in contemporary art museums and galleries. Traia resides in Los Angeles with her Shih Tzu named Snax. She enjoys writing, baking, and creating her own recipes.

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