Krystal Kiran Garib is a singer, dancer and actress of Punjabi-Canadian heritage.
Deemed a “triple threat,” Krystal made her Broadway debut at the age of nineteen in the Andrew Lloyd Webber production of Bombay Dreams in New York City. Along with several film & television appearances (Hairspray, Good Morning America, Live with Regis & Kelly, MTV), she has also since performed in the Mirvish production of the Lord of the Rings in Toronto and toured the world with Oscar & Grammy Winning composer of Slumdog Millionaire, AR Rahman.
An active philanthropist, Krystal founded the House of Kiran, a non-profit performing arts and production company, in 2009. Before the film The King’s Speech ever hit film-waves, The House of Kiran helped raise over $40, 000 forToronto’s Speech and Stuttering Institute with its Shakespeare based productions, exploring the notion of finding fluency in speech through the rhythmic language of Shakespearean text.
Thy Beauty’s Doom is Krystal’s first bravoFACT and project as a filmmaker.