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She was worked in numbers of shows as well as films. Her work in Veronica's Closet in which she played Olive Massery has been appreciated a lot. Sister Act, Hocus Pocus, King of the Hill are some other projects she has given significant contribution for. Fred Najimy is her father while her mother's name is Samia Massery. She got into the acting world from the early s while brought her to spotlight with a major role in Sister Act. She is of American nationality while she belongs to a Lebanese-American ethnicity. She is the daughter of Samia Massery, her mother, and Fred Najimy, her father who was a postal worker.
The event will take place at The Grand Del Mar Resort, with high tea being offered from 1 to 4 pm and a tea after-party from 4 to 7 pm. Najimy, a longtime supporter of LGBT rights and big supporter of equality among all living things, is not just an actress and comedienne. She is also a tenacious activist and is inexhaustibly driven to many social causes and feels very strongly that all people and creatures deserve equal opportunity, rights and respect.
In addition to her success as an actress, with over 20 film credits and several television shows to her name, including presently staring in CBS' Numb3rs, Najimy has also been an outspoken AIDS activist, animal-rights activist, feminist and a proud Lebanese American. She has received several honors for her activism including, the L. Shanti's Founder award, the L. Magazine's Woman of the Year.