Reza Leal-Smartt

Tenino, WA
Day Phone:360-791-1640
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  • Ethnicity: Caucasian
  • Sex:female
  • Age Range: 14 - 19
  • Vocal Range: Alto to Soprano
  • Eyes: Blue
  • Hair: Blonde
  • Height: 5' 3"
  • Weight:100

Representation: BigFish NW Talent  email


REZA LEAL-SMARTT born in San Diego, CA on the 3rd of September 1997, started to display her love for singing, dancing and acting at a very early age. She loved putting on small shows for her friends and family from the age of four. This is when we enrolled her into her first dance academy for Ballet and dance.

In 2004 at the age of 7, Reza was cast as the lead minion mouse for the Rat King in "The Nutcracker". In the same year she performed in a performance division for local charity gala events.

At the age of 11 years, Reza auditioned for the Washington Center for Performing Arts Production of ""Here We Come Away Sailing" and performed in spring showcases and Recitals with Studio West Dance Academy. She also began acting and singing lessons at this time and worked with Nancy Hillman's Theatre Group for small productions that include Comedic Drama and Musicals (A Fairy Tale) put on at the local theater.

In 2011 she landed a featured role in a short film (Charlie's Dilemma) and later a co-star role in a featured film (Sense & Sensibility). Reza has also been featured in commercials for Microsoft and Nickelodeon.

In 2013 Reza achieved a reoccurring role on a three time Emmy nominated TV show (Biz Kid$) and by 2015 got the chance to model for Zulily, dance on a Hip-Hop competition team (Edge), and currently keeps on continuing her acting wherever that may take her in the future.


Reza has had extensive training with the distinguished actress Linda Evans as well as with multiple acting teachers/directors including Bo Kane, Gary Spatz, Jodi Rothfeild, Patti Kalles, and Chambers Stevens. She has also received vocal coaching from Keith Skogsberg, who has worked with legendary performers such as Michael Jackson, when he was still a very young member of the "Jackson Five" and has helped to mold hundreds of student''s voices over the years as the lead choir director for all the schools in the district.

She has also had training in many dance styles/techniques such as Ballet, Lyrical/Jazz, and Hip Hop and is continuing to grow on those dancing skills. She is an avid reader and a determined hard worker in her education, being accepted into the prestigious Annie Wright School for the Academically Gifted which she attended until she moved into middle school. Reza has received outstanding academic achievement awards and has accomplished an AA in Biology.

She also enjoys snow skiing, swimming, singing/listening to music, and has always greatly enjoyed hiking and the great outdoors.

Professions/skills: Singer;Model;Dancer;Actor

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