It is the same younger sister who first ventured into acting. At 11 years old, Dyba secured a role in a TV3 drama, while 16-year-old Eyka tagged along for her shoots. "During one of those days, the director, Faizal Ishak, noticed
me and suggested I audition for another series called Juvana. Without overthinking, I agreed to it, not expecting much other than gaining valuable experience. To my astonishment, I landed a role," she shares.
show went on to become a teen phenomenon, catapulting her into the spotlight at a young age, and she relished the attention. However, the importance of education couldn't be overlooked and she had to prioritise taking the national
examination, the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM), to complete her secondary school education. The situation cast a shadow of uncertainty over her career.
"After SPM, I thought long and hard about what I wanted to do
and just couldn't deny my calling," she reflects. "So at 19, I decided to give this career path a focus and haven't looked back since," she affirms.