Jamia Simone Nash Movies and Career Information

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Aug 21, 1996

Jamia Simone Nash (born August 21, 1996), also known simply as Jamia, is an American child singer and actress. Jamia was born in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Jamia currently resides in Los Angeles, California. Jamia has one sibling, younger sister Olivia Charnae Nash. She is of African and West Indian descent. Jamia appeared on CBS' daytime television soap opera, The Young and the Restless as Ana Hamilton. Jamia began singing at the age of two; her first national appearance was on Showtime at the Apollo in 2002, where she sang the Alicia Keys song "Fallin'". She performed at the 2003 Essence Awards, singing Michael Jackson's song "Who's Lovin' You" in honor of Mary J. Blige. She and her younger sister Olivia sing the hook in the song "Black Girl Pain" on Talib Kweli's 2004 album The Beautiful Struggle. She played a ten-year-old Fantasia Barrino in the 2006 Lifetime Original Movie Life Is Not a Fairytale: The Fantasia Barrino Story, a biopic about the 2004 American Idol winner. In the 2007 film August Rush, Jamia's character Hope is the lead vocalist on the song "Raise It Up", which was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song. Jamia performed "Raise It Up" from the film

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