Qurrat Ann Kadwani (Actress, Writer, Producer) is the first South Asian female to have a comedic solo play, THEY CALL ME Q (www.theycallmeqshow.com), produced Off Broadway for which she has won awards including Best Actress, Best Play, citations from NYS Assemblyman and Bronx Borough President, Trailblazer from SAIPAF, Cultural from AAPICC, Dream from SAPNA. Featured on Fox News and highlighted as a “Woman Who Shapes the Future” on Fox 5 NY, she has performed over 200 times in 37 states, including at the United Nations and college campuses all over the US. Her second solo play on sexual violence prevention, INTRUSION (www.intrusionshow.com), has also been produced Off Broadway with a college tour, received rave reviews and several awards including Best Performer.
She is a working actress in NYC with TV credits that include Law & Order: SVU, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Madam Secretary, The Sinner, Falling Water. Film credits include Universal Pictures The First Purge, Marisol currently on HBO and she has starred in and produced the short film The Fifth of November which has received rave reviews, awards including two for Best Actress, and most recently, global distribution. She is also starring in and the Associate Producer of the award-winning short film Show & Tell. She has also worked in Branded Videos for International Refugee Center, HubSpot, Waze and more. www.imdb.me/qkadwani
Ms. Kadwani also coordinates an annual philanthropic project “A Slice of Hope” (www.asliceofhope.org) as well as the annual Echoes of Love: Suicide Prevention Fundraiser with music.
Ms. Kadwani has run the 2007 Marine Corps Marathon in Washington DC, the 2009 ING NYC Marathon, 2008 Queens Half Marathon (13.1 miles), 2008 Manhattan Grand Prix Half Marathon (13.1 miles) and many more
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