Performance artist Savannah Dahan is a native American Sign Language signer who was born Deaf to Deaf parents. She started performing to music at a very early age, which became a family activity.
When Savannah was eight years old, her parents posted a video of her performing to Carrie Underwood’s “The Champion.” This video immediately went viral, amassing over 10 million views within a week. This led to appearances on “Little Big Shots,” various media outlets on all the major channels, including “Good Morning America.” She also has appeared in commercials, including one for Hallmark.
Savannah, now 10, uses her social media platform to educate the community about various topics, including accessibility especially at live entertainment venues, marine environment awareness, and American Sign Language/Deaf culture. She also loves to swim, read, travel, and learn new dance moves. Her newest hobby is learning how to write her own music.
She makes her home with her parents, two Deaf sisters, and family pets in Maryland.