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Backstage Interview: 7 Questions with Actor Sendhil Ramamurthy

Sendhil Ramamurthy, was a pre-med student at Tufts, but fell in love with acting after taking a drama elective. He followed his passion and went onto study in the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art.
For decades, South Asians were rarely U.S. television series regulars. But actor Sendhil Ramamurthy changed all that by playing dashing genetics professor Mohinder Suresh on NBC’s sci-fi tinged “Heroes” which made him a household name in America.
“It’s wonderful “Heroes” had an Indian character that had a serious role,” says Ramamurthy, who was asked by the director to deliver his lines with a British accent.Ramamurthy’s roles span not only television, but theater and film as well. On London’s West End stages, Ramamurthy starred in The Royal Shakespeare Company production of “A Servant to Two Masters.” He also starred in the New York premiere of Tom Stoppard’s “Indian Ink” and “East is East” directed by Scott Elliott.

He had a starring role in Gurinder Chadha’s “It’s a Wonderful Afterlife,”’ which premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. The actor also stars as Jai Wilcox inTV spy drama “Covert Affairs.”

Ramamurthy was a pre-med major at Tufts University in Boston. But his interest in acting led him to London, where he attended the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art whose alumni include Matthew Goode, and Terrence Stamp. He left drama school with a comprehensive knowledge of the classics and his future wife — fellow thespian Olga Sosnovska.

Ramamurthy talked to Braingainmag.com about following his passion for acting.

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