Sayé studied producing and directing at UCLA and drama at The Sanford Meisner Center. She has performed many different action roles and credits athleticism as the key to her career success. In addition to her career as an actress, Sayé wanted to have a larger impact in the entertainment industry and began exploring film production. She is the CEO of Leo Entertainment, an independent film group with offices in New York City and Los Angeles. Her most important achievements have come through her advocacy and humanitarian work.
Sayé was recently appointed as the Global Ambassador to the Global Citizen Foundation, an organization focused on supporting children and youth in need through education initiatives, community-centered building projects, and sustainable development programs. She has traveled to over 50 countries attending events and supporting the organization’s initiatives. She also donates her time to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Red Cross, the Mother Miracle School in India, and AHEAD with Horses, an organization which provides therapy for disabled/disadvantaged/at-risk/special-needs children using horses. Sayé is an avid polo player, as well as a yoga and fitness advocate. She became a certified yoga instructor after being inspired to deepen her understanding of the practice following one of her visits to her children in Rishikesh, India. As a polo enthusiast, Sayé has attended a number of polo events and fundraisers around the world including the Pink Polo Raising Awareness for Breast Cancer Event in Abu Dhabi and the World Snow Polo Championship with the St. Regis Polo Team to benefit the Aspen Valley hospital.
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