Sally Ann is a Malaysian-born, Paris-based singer, actress and fiction writer.
Sally started singing before she could even speak properly. Singing helps Sally find her voice in battling through a series of colourful diagnoses. She writes
songs telling personal stories touching upon her trials and triumphs over darkness. Her musical influences
vary from Pop, Rock to Electro.
Fly is her first single.
Sally is also a Musical Theatre performer. Trained at L'ECM de Paris, she sings and acts in fluent English & French. Sally does tap, ballet and jazz.
She also plays the violin.
(Please refer to CV for musical credits)
Sally made her theatre debut in Malaysia at the age of 18 when she joined a local ensemble at the KL Performing Arts Centre. She holds a BA (Theatre) from the University of Tasmania, Australia where she trained in acting with a minor in directing. Sally acts in fluent English, French, Malay and Mandarin.
At the age of 5, Sally wrote her first short story, a rather dark tale for a kid, which would later prove to be a recurring theme in her works. Since then, Sally has never stopped writing novels, shorts stories, articles, poems, and song lyrics.
Sally made her debut with her novel 'The Wires in My Sister's Head' published by Austin Macauley Publishers in 2017.
To read it: Click Here!