AMERICAN PIE: Vegan Actor Shannon Elizabeth: 'Animals Mean Everything To Me'

The actor is dedicated to speaking out for the voiceless
The American Pie actor is known for her commitment to animal welfare, and the environment (Photo: Shannon Elizabeth Facebook)

Shannon Elizabeth - known for portraying Nadia in hit movie series American Pie - is an outspoken vegan and environmentalist.

A self-proclaimed 'animal lover to the core and a conservationist/activist in the making', the American Pie star has been dedicated to animal welfare for a number of years.

Elizabeth's aim is to make a difference in the world, either through her acting and photography, or by speaking out for those who don't have a voice - the animals.

Animal Avengers

The 43-year-old vegan actress runs non-profit organization Animal Avengers, which has grown from its roots as an LA-based cat and dog rescue to protecting animals in both the US and Africa.

According to the organization: "We are all connected. We're all part of an ecosystem."

The non-profit fights for animal rights, and saves non-human animals through strategic collaborations, financial aid, engagement with policy makers, hands on work in the field, education, and tactical planning for the future.

Founded in 2001, Animal Avengers has been rescuing animals in the U.S. and Africa (Photo: Animal Avengers)

Shannon Elizabeth says: "Animals mean everything to me. We have to be their voice and protectors."

Elizabeth has dated fellow vegan and hip hop mogul Russell Simmons in the past.


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