Edy Ganem is an American film actress born in Modesto, California. She is of Mexican and Lebanese descent and has two brothers. During her childhood, Edy and her family moved a lot. She has lived in several cities in Mexico. Edy also lived in Barcelona, Spain before moving to San Diego, California, where she decided to pursue acting. She now resides in Los Angeles.
Edy's humble beginning as an actress started with small roles with independent features and short films, such as Black Limousine (2000), Like Crazy (2011), Ghost Maker (2000), Las Angeles (2010) and The Loneliest Road in America (2010).
Edy eventually landed a lead role with an independent film, titled After the Wedding (2017), and had several other lead roles with short films such as Lucha (2011), Laptop (2011), Ojalá (2013), Violeta (2014) and Salvador (2011). She was most recently booked to be a guest star on Rob (2012) and acquired a VO role for The Cleveland Show (2009).
Currently, she plays the lead role of "Valentina Diaz" for Devious Maids (2013) on Lifetime TV.
Some of her favorite movies include Sleeping Beauty (1959), Moulin Rouge! (2001), Heat (1995), Life Is Beautiful (2000), La Strada (1954) and The Hangover (2009).
In the future, Edy thinks it would be fun to play a rock star or a daredevil.
In her spare time, she takes ballet lessons, rides a motorcycle and also enjoys playing sports, reading, watching movies and listening to music.