Madhav Sharma

Theatre includes Leonato in Much Ado About Nothing (RSC Courtyard and Noël Coward Theatre), Dr Warren in The Madness of George III (Theatre Royal Bath, UK tour including CFT, and Apollo Theatre), Old Bellair in The Man of Mode (NT Olivier Theatre), Monsieur Grivet in Thérèse Raquin (Nottingham Playhouse), Father in The Massacre (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds), Masood Hussein in The Accused (Theatre Royal Windsor, UK tour and Theatre Royal Haymarket), Mr Singh in Behzti (Birmingham Rep), The Director in The Great Theatre of the World (Arcola Theatre), KS in Worlds Apart (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Kralahome in The King and I (Edinburgh Playhouse and UK tour), The Rajah in Indian Ink (Aldwych Theatre), Solo performer in Bharat, Blighty and The Bard (Fort Cochin, Bangalore and Calcutta India, Targoviste Romania and Toronto Canada).

Television and films include My Jihad, Uncle Santa, Coronation Street, Doctor Who, Casualty, Doctors, Grease Monkeys, Amongst Barbarians, Doctors and Nurses, Going Postal, Entrapment, Innocents, Wild West, The Gathering, The Blue Tower, Shadey, East is East.

Radio includes The Man Who Wore Sanitary Pads, Tales of the Unexpected, An Enemy of The People, Da Pulay Puray, Curiosities of the Egyptian Hall, The Dolphinarium and audio books such as Kim.

Winner, Inaugural Dadabhai Naoroji Award for Culture, presented by Her Majesty's Government in recognition of efforts to strengthen the relationship between the UK and India.

Winner, Global Indian Excellence Award 2014.

Merit scholarship to RADA.