Zenobia Shroff is an Indian-American actress appearing in film, theater and television who was born on May 27, 1965. She is best known for her breakthrough role in 2017’s The Big Sick, and she co-stars on the upcoming Disney+ show Ms. Marvel (TV series). Shroff has been an actress, writer, teaching artist and sketch comedienne for over 30 years.
Name : Zenobia Shroff
Date of Birth : May 27, 1965
Age : 56 years old
Gender : Female
Place of Birth : N/A
Nationality : American
Profession : Actress
Started Journey From : N/A
Net worth : $6 million
Family Members & Education –
Zenobia Shroff acquires a Middle Eastern American ethnicity from her parents. They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in mid-July 2019. She has a sister by the name Amy Shroff who works as a volunteer veterinarian for Elephant Nature Park.
Shroff studied acting at the Circle in the Square Theatre School based in New York and she holds a Master’s degree in Psychology. She has taught drama and movement extensively throughout New York City and Mumbai and it was primarily for inner-city and low-income children. She has also taught at ‘Arts Connection’, ‘Education in dance’ and is a proud founding teacher of ‘Youth onstage’, that city’s only fully gratis theatre school for inner-city children.
Parents Names : Will be Updated
Marital Status : Single
Siblings : Amy Shroff (Sister)
Education : Square Theatre School
Qualification : Master’s degree in Psychology
Zenobia Shroff is a famous actress from America who made her professional acting debut in the 1989 feature film Percy. She is well known for her performance as Muneeba Khan on the Marvel series Ms. Marvel. She also played Priya Ullah on The Affair from 2018 to 2019. She owns a beautiful acting credit in many Bollywood and Hollywood projects: although the notable ones include Percy (1989), Little Zizou (2008), The Big Sick (2017), and When Harry Tries To Marry (2011).
2017: The BAM Award (Nominee) for the Best Cast, The Big Sick (2017)
2018: Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, The Big Sick (2017)