Naomi Jijina
“It’s about finding the fine line between fear and confidence, and then finding confidence within the fear.”
– Fiona Saunder

Naomi Jijina (she/her) is a Persian-Canadian actress and performer based in Milton, Ontario. As a child, Naomi dreamt of becoming a performer and was determined to share her stories with the world, on stage and screen. Naomi’s passion for acting grew as her loved ones consistently supported and encouraged her to develop her talent from a very young age. Over the years, Naomi has enjoyed participating in performance classes, workshops, and showcases including the International Presentation of Performers in Los Angeles, California.

Naomi is a recent graduate of George Brown Theatre School’s conservatory training program, where she had the pleasure of portraying the titular character of Per Gint in their final production of Per Gint: A Sort- of- Adaptation of Peer Gynt, adapted and directed by Eva Barrie.

Naomi is also multilingual with basic Hindi and Gujarati conversation skills. In her leisure time, Naomi enjoys dancing care-free around her house, painting, playing with her dog Zeus, and spending time with her family.