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How old is Saba? What about her family life?
Saba is 78. Born on February 24, 1943 in New Jersey, raised in the Bronx and Whitestone, New York. She moved to California at the age of 15. Saba is married to veteran actor Jeff Doucette, and has 2 children, 4 step-children and 9 grandchildren.
What about Saba's achievements in the Entertainment Inudstry ?
Saba won an Emmy for choreography and she remains an undefeated Bikini Diva in her division. She has worked in the entertainment industry since age 6.
She has been a dancer, choreographer, actor, stunt performer, stand-up comedienne, writer, producer, and director in film, television, stage and digital formats.
Saba even enjoyed a stint as a circus performer and entertained the troops during the Vietnam Era with her own show, Turn-On 68.
For the next 10 years Saba then teamed up with John Amos to create the comedy duo of Amos & Annie that led to starring and co-starring roles in films, commercials and her own Las Vegas comedy review, The Funny Farm. She also co-wrote, produced, directed, and performed in The Time Machine: The Musical that was twice-optioned for Broadway by Theil Reeves. She was VP of Billy Barty Productions, writing, producing and directing his one-man show. These early credits are a few of the many writing producing and directing credits to her name.
What's in the works now?
Saba has narrated the audiobook edition of her recent book entitled Fit for Life: Think It, Do It, Be It!, print version published by Gayle Gladstone at Waterfront Digital Press. All while putting together a new podcast series from the Classic Bikini Divas.
With her BFF Babs, Saba stars in and produced the TV series, Never Too Old Never Too Late, now screening on tubiTV.