Ayisha has appeared in film, television and video game productions like: "Brick Mansions", "Far Cry Primal" , "Dark Matter" and others. In both 2017-18, Ayisha was nominated for a "Prix Gemeaux" for best supporting actress in a drama series by the Academy of Canadian Film Cinema and Television. She won the award on September 16th 2018.
In 2019 she is looking forward to the release of "The Hummingbird Project", "Polar" and an undisclosed video game. In addition to her career as an actress, Ayisha is a two-time world champion in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. She co-founded www.4pointsbjj.com where she heads up the youth programs and founded the 4POINTS ACTOR STUDIO with classes, workshops and services for people looking to launch careers of their own.
Ayisha is excited to be back in the competition circuit and actively promotes the practice of BJJ for adults, teens and kids as part of a healthy lifestyle and personal development.
In a classic tale of "everything happens for a reason", it was just after losing her job in hotel reception management that Ayisha was scouted for "Immortals". She took a chance and went to the audition, though she had long ago given up on the possibility of an acting career for someone like her, and ended up being hired for the first time as an actress along side Mickey Rourke and Superman him self Henry Cavill.
Eight years later, with multiple appearances in film, on television and high profile video games, she has finally started calling herself an actress (though she still appreciates every role and opportunity as if it were her last). Similar to Jiu Jitsu, acting has opened many doors for her, and allowed her to learn to be vulnerable in her craft and in her life.
It was the popular Quebec TV show "UNITE 9", where she played the villain, that gave her credibility as an actress, as well as best supporting actress nominations at the 2017 and 2018 Gemeaux Awards. “Brick Mansions”, the Hollywood remake starring Paul Walker introduced her to international markets, where she continues to thrive. This year, she will star in "The Hummingbird Project" with Jesse Eisenberg, Alexander Skarsgard and Salma Hayek, as well as "Polar" with Mads Mikkelsen and Vanessa Hudgens. In 2017 Ayisha Launched 4Points Film & TV, a branch of her Brazilian jiu jitsu academy, that hosts workshops, summer camps and other training opportunities for adults and kids looking to explore acting.
In the future, Ayisha hopes to learn more about talent development in order to help others build successful careers within the industry and is interested in exploring casting and directing.
On September 16th 2018 Ayisha Won Best Supporting actress in a Drama series at the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television's 33ed Prix Gemeaux.