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She played the daughter of Sylvester Stallone's character in the action film Bullet to the Head In which was also the first time working with co-star Jason Momoa who she would later go on to work with again in his movie Road to Paloma in 2014.Following the January 7, 2015 episode of Person of Interest, Shahi and the show's producers announced she would be leaving the show for an indefinite period of time because of her pregnancy.
The versatility on her performances has been appreciated by critics as well as her viewers.Sarah Shahi was born Aahoo Jahansouz Shahi on January 10, 1980, in Euless, Texas, United States of America. Sarah started her acting career from 2000 American romantic comedy film Dr. Later she appeared in 2003 movie Old School and the same year she was also featured in Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde.She is a daughter of Mah Monir and Abbas Jahansouz Shahi. In 2006, the actress appeared in the comedy film The Dog Problem and For Your Consideration.No really, she’s the great-great granddaughter of some royal Iranian king in the 19th century. We know Shahi from way back when she was famous for being a sexy Dallas Cowboy cheerleader before she morphed into an actress in pretty good shows like . There were some fantastic old Maxim photoshoots of her that are still lining college football lockers throughout the country. And they reveal Sarah’s obsession with her butt and how it looks from all angles.I mean she looks like she’s studying her own body for a science project instead of trying to turn on anyone.television actress and former NFL Cheerleader of Iranian and Spanish ancestry.
She played Kate Reed in the USA Network legal drama Fairly Legal in 2011–12, Carmen on The L Word in 2008, and also starred as Sameen Shaw on the CBS crime drama Person of Interest.
Shaw’s character has two personality syndrome; Amy Acker has her own issues on her show—former assassin turned hacker.
Her fashion sense, striking look and the confidence she posses is frequently appreciated in the television.
In 2007, she secured a small role in Rush Hour 3 as Zoe, a scantily clad rich girl who is pursued by Chris Tucker's character, Detective Carter.
In 2007, she took on her first permanent leading role on a TV series, co-starring with Damian Lewis in the NBC series Life as homicide detective Dani Reese. The show followed the life of Kate Reed, a legal mediator who is frustrated with the bureaucracy and injustice she witnesses in the legal system.
Shahi's two-year contract was not renewed after the end of the fourth season, and her character was written out.