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Deborah Osmani

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Young Artist Academy™ Awards
2021 Best Performance in a Streaming Film Role: Young Actress - Nominated

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Story Time Project

by Julia Donaldson

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Deborah Osmani

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41st Young Artist Academy™ Awards


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Academy Newsletter Interview - August 2021

Academy Member Deborah Osmani from Greenwich London loves expressing herself through her work. The 11-year old actress and 42nd Young Artist Academy™ Award Nominee has been working in Entertainment since she was 5-years old. Now, she shares tips for making a great impression and what she loves about working in Entertainment.

I’m an outgoing girl who stands up for what I believe in. I also like to make friends and make people happy. The thing I like best about working in entertainment is that I can explore the world of acting more and take on roles that I wouldn’t usually do. For me, it’s exciting and a fun way to express my feelings and emotions. 

I participated in an independent film called Heckle which was career highlighting for me because not only was I able to perform in front of other actors which I looked up to, I was also able to act alongside my older brother which was an amazing experience for me. 

Something eye opening about the industry whilst social distancing was that even in situations like this, they will always find a way around it. It was nice to see auditions still happening via self tapes rather than in person. I also appreciated the fact that the industry did all their best to carry on with filming for projects.

Networking Tip: A tip I have found would definitely to always keep a positive attitude towards any project you do. Being kind to everyone will always make a great impression and allow them to know that I can work well with others!

Business Advice: Only do what you truly want to do and be yourself.

Watch for Deborah in a campaign for French brand Reine Ana hand designer bags.

Follow Deborah on Instagram @deborah_artist_ and Tik Tok @deborah_0101

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