Monique Lisa

Biography

Monique Lisa is the Founder of Dream Achievers Productions and wrote, produced and directed the play "All My Struggles".

Monique Lisa graduated from the High School of Performing Arts ("Fame") for dance. While there she caught the acting bug and continued to develop her love for writing that she discovered at age seven.

She says, "I have been producing plays in my parents backyard for so long I thought that's where all productions started".

Lisa attended the University of the Arts and graduated from Pace University in Pleasantville, N. Y, where she specialized in all parts of the arts. She studied ballet for 19 years and then modern, jazz, tap, and hip hop dancing, which led her to a career choreographing for many artists from the early '90s up until the 2000s. She has worked with Russell Simmons and Samuel E. Wright, who was the voice of Sebastian in "The Little Mermaid" and the original voice of Mufasa in "The Lion King" on Broadway for seven years.

Her first movie appearance was in "Beat Street," followed by "Krush Groove." Lisa has pretty much stuck her hand in a little bit of everything.

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