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Samira is known for the Award Winning horror film Molly Crows and Spirital Phantoma, as well as By Any Name and for the Bollywood films Badshah and B-Positive. She has had a lot of experience on TV which included the docudrama which led up to the TV Mini-Series TUT starring Sir Ben Kingsley which aired on Spike TV in 2015Noted for playing a variety of characters in a range of film genres, from contemporary romantic comedies to horrors, her next role will be co-lead in the hard hitting feature film Crushed Wings, which will be released in 2017.

Professional Model

Samira is available for worldwide modelling, photo and video sessions and other kinds of professional collaboration, according to her style and preferences. In addition to classic vintage, beauty and fashion campaigns, Samira is available as  a model in music videos, documentaries, art and commercial films, and equally as a model for cover artwork, booklets on musical recordings, posters, etc. Commercial photo shootings for designers, as well as make-up, nail and hair stylists are also part of her business routines.

Business Entrepreneur

In 2012 Samira joined Welsh-based Tanabi Group as VP of Tanabi Films and began producing a series of short films. Her reputation in the Swansea region is a reflection of her passion for supporting independent film projects.

As a leading business entrepreneur, she founded Top Secret Swimwear®, a new luxury swimwear apparel line for young fashion-conscious adults. In addition, Samira is the UK Ambassador for children's charity Cerebra, and is regularly involved in helping children in the local community.


Samira is available as a spokesperson and narrator for tradeshows. She has been a spokesperson for various local and international companies.

Media exposure through press releases following each unique event when Samira is in action will bring attention to your business as well. Samira partakes in approximately 20-30 events a year and has about 12 interviews scheduled for the remainder of 2015.


Samira is available as an educator/workshop facilitator, presenter and speaker at your community, college campus, high school or organization.

Samira's interactive and engaging presentations and workshops focus on discussing entrepreneurship, the history behind start-ups, the importance of story-sharing and story-listening, tips for story-listening, and ways to get involved in the movements for measured marketing and social media.

Featured Works

By Any Name (UK), 2016

This action packed movie is based on the No.1 best-selling novel by Katherine John and follows the story of one man’s search for his identity.

A bloodstained man runs half naked down a motorway at night dodging high-speed traffic—and worse. Cornered by police, admitted to a psychiatric ward suffering from trauma-induced amnesia, all he can recall is a detailed knowledge of sophisticated weaponry and military techniques that indicates a background in terrorism. When two armed soldiers guarding his room are murdered and Dr Elizabeth Santer, the psychiatrist assigned to his case, is abducted at gunpoint a desperate hunt begins for a dangerous killer terrorist—murderer—kidnapper—thief whatever he is, he remembers a town in Wales and it is to Brecon he drags Elizabeth Santer with the security forces in all-out pursuit. There, a violent and bloody confrontation exposes a horrifying story of treachery and political cover-up. Is Elizabeth in the hands of a homicidal terrorist or an innocent pawn? Her life depends on the right answer.

CAST: Samira Mohamed Ali, Cengiz Dervis

DIRECTED BY: Euros Jones-Evans               GENRE(S): Action

“I was so impressed with Samira’s audition that I cast her on the spot. Based on a true story set in Stoke on Trent, Samira plays the mother of Jess, the main character – a very intense role that only a very experienced actor would usually handle and adapt to – but Samira is a natural born actress.”

Ray Wilkes, Film Director