Charlotte, North Carolina rooted, New York City cultivated, and in current Los Angeles bloom, Malia Bobbi Dawkins is an actress, writer and producer.
In front of the camera she has been blessed with opportunities to act on productions like “The Young and the Restless”, “Blood Relatives” and “Big Time Rush”, and host on shows like “Raven-Symone Presents: Teen Design Series” and “Chelsea Lately”.
With aims to further spurt her growth, Malia can also be found behind the camera, writing and producing her own content like the short film “Rapunzel Jackson” and the web series “Da Dish”.
She is an alumna of Marymount Manhattan College where she was rewarded with a BA Theatre Performance Degree and Writing Minor. Additionally, the school honored her with the Golden Key for Playwriting.
Most recently, Malia is a graduate of Mount Saint Mary’s University where she obtained her Masters in Humanities with an Emphasis in Creative Writing. Within the program she produced a wondrous portfolio of works for the cinematic, theatric and literary worlds including the short film “Rapunzel Jackson”, play “The Black Bachelorette”, and novel “My Kitchen: The Back of My Head and Inside My Oven”. The former is currently touring the film festival circuit including the prestigious Martha’s Vineyard African-American Film Festival, and the latter two projects are in pre-production for release.
Malia’s in constant growth and aspires for audiences to do the same with her initiative to educate through entertainment.