Height: 5’ 1”
Weight: 105 Lbs
Raised in Dallas, Texas, Zariyah Perry has studied acting at Inside the Industry Studios and The School of Yes, summer acting program. She is currently a Sophomore at the prestigious Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing & Visual Arts, in the Theatre Arts Conservatory.
Zariyah has been a part of productions on and off the stage. Starting freshman year, she hit the ground running with the Hispanic Heritage Show, in the role of a Black Panther. In the African American Show: 1421 “S” Street Salon, she played the role of Bessie/Ensemble. Later, was the 10 Minute Plays: Porcelain, where she played the quirky role of Elizabeth. Zariyah has also explored the dance world. She was a dancer for Erykah Badu’s Birthday Celebration Concert and has competed in Hip Hop competitions.
Even though she is just at the start of film & television, Zariyah has already directed and produced two shorts, including the Booker T. Washington High School African American show: A New Oppression and her own project “Strange Fruit”. In addition to acting, dancing and filmmaking, she is a successful visual artist and owner of her own business, Art by Zariyah.