Anich D'Jae was born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas. As a child, Anich's imagination fueled her creativity; she enjoyed playing dress up, acting out scenes with imaginary friends (and any captive family member unable to escape before she yelled "action"), and writing stories...stories about everything and everyone.
Anich's formal theater training began early, in the Texas Girls Choir and at the Casa Manana Theater, where she was invited to perform locally and abroad, as a youth ambassador and member of Casa Kids. Although Anich excelled in performing, she could not shake her love for writing and creating her own stories. She loved the outlet and opportunity it gave her to use her own voice. She spent every free moment writing stories and screen plays.
Anich received a scholarship to attend the Boston Conservatory. At an early age, she made a commitment not to "half do" anything. So, while pursuing her degree, she reluctantly put her writing on hold to meet the rigorous demands of her class load and performance schedule for New England premieres like "Caroline or Change", "Zanna Don't", and "The Life."
After graduation, Anich headed to New York, determined to juggle both performing and her passion for writing. While on the subway one afternoon, she was introduced to a quote by Oprah Winfrey “ Follow your passion; it will lead you to your purpose." To that end, she committed never to put her writing "on hold" again. Since then, she has created and produced #212Living, a docu-series about struggling artists in New York City. This project is currently in the early stages of becoming a scripted series. Her latest scripts I Will Love You and Come Together have received numerous accolades on the film festival circuit, confirming that Anich's passion is her purpose.