Adhir Kalyan is an actor from South Africa. Age 38 years (04 August 1983) Born in South Africa. Adhir has worked in the Hollywood entertainment industry till now and his artwork has been released in English language films.
Before moving abroad, he has performed in several productions in South Africa, including the theatrical adaptations of Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist and A Christmas Carol, Salman Rushdie’s The Ground Beneath Her Feet and the adaptation of the classical Shakespeare play Macbeth.
She starred in the American CW sitcom, Aliens in America, which follows a Wisconsin housewife who arranges to host a forex student, believing that visitors will help her shy son become more popular. will help. The student (played by Kalyan) turns out to be a Muslim teenager from Pakistan.
He was recently cast as a recurring character in the second half of the fifth season of the cable show Nip/Tuck.
Adhir Kalyan Bio
|Real Name||Adhir Kalyan|
|Date of birth||4 August 1983|
|age in years)||39 years old (2022)|
|birth place||Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa|
|hometown||Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa|
|family||Father: Jitendra Kalyan
Mother: Sandy Kalyan
|siblings||Sister: Kirti Kalyan|
|height||173 cm (in cm)
1.73 meters (in metres)
5’8″ (feet in inches)
|eye color||dark brown|
Education Details and Debut
|education||Marklands Secondary School, Durban|
|First entry||Film: Paul Blart: Mall Cop (2009)
Television: Holby City (2006)
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Some lesser known facts about Ahir Kalyan
- Enrolled in a drama class at the age of 4
- Mother is a Member of Parliament in the South African National Assembly
- Started acting career in South African theatre, performing in productions of Macbeth, Oliver and A Christmas Carol
- The first visit to the US was in 2002 as part of the Global Young Leaders Conference
- Moved to London in 2005 to pursue an acting career and appeared in the BBC series Holby City and Spooks