Born and bred in Nairobi, Kenya, making her debut appearance in the world in 1984. Her first experience on stage was in High School, but it was only a few years after completing University at Daystar when she first ventured in film.
Her first Film role was in the movie "Unseen, Unsung, Unforgotten" where she played the role of Wambui, a waitress.
It wasn't till a number of years later where her natural talent of writing skills got her a chance to meet Mwaniki Njache. In 2010, Mwaniki directed "Role Play", a political satire by John Sibi Okumu where she played the role of Linda Juma, the daughter in law to protagonist Mzee Juma. This opportunity exposed her to a wider audience, one of whom was the assistant producer in the local tv drama, Tahidi High, where she was offered the opportunity to play a High School Teacher known as Ms.Victoria.
Her most recent stage appearance was in the play "Sweet Caroline Sweet" where she played the role of a seductress conning unsuspecting men. She currently works at Mamlaka Hill Chapel as Media Manager.
Source: Africa Movie DataBase