New South Wales, Australia
Model, Actor, Musician, Dancer
Born in Sydney Australia from Lebanese parents, flamboyant, androgynous and enigmatic, recording and performing artist Saba Saliba started writing original catchy pop songs since his childhood. Saba studied in Music Business and Performance with a flair for fashion and interests in movies, art and photography.
His album called “Face The Music” saw Saba performing a Pop cabaret style show at The Imperial Hotel and in shows at Sydney's Arq Night Club. Saba travelled to London playing gigs at “Madame Jo Jo's” and “The Way Out Club”.
Saba's acting roles include the Australian film “Drown”, featuring in a transvestite night club scene filmed at “The Midnight Shift”, and in Debbie's Band “Guns and Money” music video. Sydney rock band “Raise The Crazy” wrote a song inspired by Saba's charismatic personality called “Butch Buster”.
A documentary is currently being filmed following Saba's journey from Sydney, to going global. A full Bio of Saba is at www.soundcloud.com/sabascene