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Farrah Krenek: Being Different, Change, and Acceptance

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How a childhood of being different has created a voice for love and acceptance.

Model, Actress and Activist Farrah Krenek is a game changer in the entertainment industry not only because of where she comes from, but most importantly where she’s headed. Born, raised, and educated in New York, Farrah comes from a unique and diverse European background. She’s appeared in Orange is the New Black, Saturday Night Live, Nurse Jackie, Law and Order, to name a few. Her films include Sisters with Amy Poehler Taking of Pelhamw fils Dogs, I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry and The Taking of Pelham 123.  Her principal role on the TV series Billions is as a big mean woman.

She found the need for a voice at an early age when she was often mistaken and teased as a boy. Farah's journey is one of change while shining a light on acceptance. She’s taken her love of acting and developed a strong voice for those who’ve had a hard time fitting in. She says, “Be proud! Stand tall!” Farrah inspires people to love themselves through her thriving acting career and her activism.  In addition,  she’s been working with Sir Ivan Wilzig, American songwriter, Dance-Pop Recording Artist and Philanthropist on anti-bullying and helping all LGBT charities for important causes.

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