Persian Assistant District Attorney trades the courtroom for the boardroom in this season of The Apprentice.
No-nonsense New York prosecutor Mahsa Saeidi-Azcuy competes for a job with Donald Trump beginning September 16, 2010 on NBC’s hit series The Apprentice. This marks the return of the non-celebrity version of the show as Mr. Trump seeks to help people hit hard by the downturn in the economy.
Being the sole income earner in her household, Saeidi-Azcuy works tirelessly for justice in the New York courts. In addition to having a passion for the law, Saeidi-Azcuy is passionate about beauty and style secretes and hosts two web-based shows.
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Mahsa Saeidi-Azcuy was born and raised in Tehran, Iran. Subsequently, her family emigrated to Leesburg, Virginia when she was a youth. Saeidi-Azcuy is Bakhtiari and her family is originally from Masjid-I-Sulaiman, Iran.
Mahsa’s favorite Persian food is ghormeh sabzi, and she has it as often as she can. Currently, she is learning to cook this delicious Persian dish. She is proud of her heritage and looks forward to representing the Persian community.
Before graduating from bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Virginia, and a film degree from .and becoming a prosecutor, Saeidi-Azcuy received her
NBC’s The Apprentice, dubbed “The Ultimate Job Interview,” is an elimination-style reality show in which contestants compete for a job running one of Mr. Trump’s many companies.