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Ahou Yasmine is an actor, singer, and writer based in Los Angeles. Ahou recently worked as book-writer and lyricist on the short, original musical Seeing the Light recently performed at The Broadwater in Hollywood; a tale about the trials of a female astronomer in the late19th century and a natural disaster set to occur in the Syrian Ottoman.


As a singer in the Los Angeles area, Ahou has performed as a soprano soloist with mixed-genre vocal arts group Artes Vocales for several years in styles ranging from classical to musical theater. repertoire She has also performed in numerous plays. Among many roles she has portrayed are Farida in SEVEN with Contra Costa Civic TheatreZiba in Call Me Mehdi, Soledad O'Brien in Compression of a Casualty, Sevgi in The Cry of the Reed with Golden Thread Productions, as well as roles in classical theater, such as Phebe in As You Like It

Ahou has recorded a cover of Kate Bush's Army Dreamers and written several songs, among which is a song for Iranian political prisoners titled Dark Night (Azadi).


Ahou is currently working on the book and lyrics of a full-length musical in development. She is a member of Actor's Equity and Dramatists Guild.

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