Actress Sarah Shahi has been in the limelight ever since her breakout role in the hit movie 300 where she played the immortal warriors Helen. The film was one of the most successful movies of its time and launched Sarah into stardom. Sarah Shahi has gone on to star in a number of high-budget films and has also managed to bag a best actress award for her work in Crazy Heart. She has also managed to bag herself some other important Film Farewell Award and is on the threshold of acquiring an Oscar nomination for her work in Crazy Heart.
Sarah Shahi was born in Karachi, Pakistan and grew up in Brooklyn, New York. Her father was a mechanic while her mother was a school teacher. Sarah started studying drama at the age of sixteen and went on to study acting at the City University of New York where she graduated in 1990. After a short stint in Los Angeles, Sarah moved back to New York City where she starred in the award winning movie 300 where she was nominated for an Oscar for her work as the beautiful princess Medusa.
Sarah Shahi’s official website lists the height of the actress at 160 cm but according to some sources, the actual measurement of Sarah Shahi is slightly different. According to these sources, Sarah Shahi’s height is 158 cm and not 160 cm as listed on the American actress Sarah shahi height chart. This discrepancy may perhaps be due to a minor error in measuring or due to difference in computer used for calculating the height of Sarah Shahi. However, the difference in measurements does not affect Sarah Shahi’s career in any way.
|Real Name||Sarah Shahi|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height||in centimeters- 160 cm|
in meters- 1.60 m
in Feet Inches- 5′ 3″
|Weight||in Kilograms- 53 kg|
in Pounds- 117 lbs
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Body Measurements||34-24-35 inches|
|Waist Size||24 inch|
|Hip Size||35 inch|
|Shoe Size||7 US|
|Dress Size||6 US|
|Date of Birth||January 10, 1980|
|Birth Place||Euless, Texas, United States|
|Father Name||Abbas Jahansouz Shahi|
|Mother Name||Mah Monir Soroush Azar (Interior Designer)|
|Siblings Name||Cyrus Shahi (Older Brother)|
Samantha Shahi (Younger Sister)
|School||Trinity High School|
|College||Southern Methodist University|
|First Film||Dr. T and the Women|
|First Television Show||City Guys|
So how much exactly did Sarah Shahi earn in her movie career? The well-known movie actor with a proven box office career who has also been nominated for an Oscar is said to have earned between three million dollars and six million dollars during the course of her movie career. These are the two highest-paid actresses of all time in Hollywood and both have never missed out on an Oscar during their prolific careers.
According to a recent article in Entertainment Tonight, Sarah Shahi was once spotted in a photograph taken in New York by a New York photographer which shows her standing beside the body of British heartthrob James Bond. This was clearly meant to make an impact as Bond is the icon of Hollywood and thus all photographs meant to depict him must have pictures of his face along with some sort of image related to him. The question then arises as to how accurate are the mentioned measurements of Sarah Shahi. Is she really a three million dollar actress or is this merely a made up front for some movie superstar? Well, that is for you to decide as the only sure and authentic information about Sarah Shahi’s real life is that she has indeed maintained a rather modest two million dollar figure for her various films throughout the course of her movie career.
The real life Sarah Shahi then had a rather less eventful film career, most notably in the 1980’s Kung Mangarap Ka’s where she plays the title role alongside action star Bruce Willis. She then had a rather forgettable performance in Michael Bay’s lucrative sci-fi action film, The Day the Earth Stood Still and later on in the 1990’s Killer Bee where she played the first female character to kill bees with a gun. There has been a total of three films in which Sarah Shahi has featured, and all of them were either profitable flops or winner’s medals for best actress in a film.