MADHAV SHARMA

MADHAV SHARMA by Abby Warren
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59 St Martin's Lane, London WC2N 4JS
Phone: 020-7836 7849
E-mail: info@nikiwinterson.com
WWW: www.nikiwinterson.com
Artist's Website: www.madhavsharma.com
Location:London
Height:5'10" (177cm)
Playing Age:66 - 75 years
Appearance:Middle Eastern, Pakistani, Indian
Nationality:British, Indian, Bangladeshi
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Greying
Hair Length:Short
Facial Hair:Beard
  

Credits:

Madhav is currently playing series regular Arshad Ahmed in Eastenders

Television Stage Radio Film
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Television
2018, Television, Arshad Ahmed, Eastenders, BBC, Toby Frow
2018, Television, Thomas Sparkes, Holby City, BBC, James Larkin
2015, Television, Aaitf, My Jihad, BBC, Al Mackay
2015, Television, Terry Giles, Doctors, BBC, Shani Grewal
2011, Television, Mr Khan, Monroe, Mammoth Screen/ITV, Paul McGuigan
2010, Television, Uncle Satnam, Uncle Santa (Little Crackers), Renegade Pictures/Sky 1 Television, Peter Lydon
2010, Television, Ravi Choudhury, Doctors, BBC Television
2010, Television, Crispin Horsefry, Going Postal, Mob Films/Sky 1 Television, Jon Jones
2008, Television, Chatterjee, Ashes to Ashes, BBC Television, Catherine Morshead
2008, Television, Prem Mandal (Recurring Role), Coronation Street, Granada Television, Various Directors
2005, Television, Dr Jas Sandhu Snr., Casualty, BBC Television
2004, Television, George Banatvala, Doctors and Nurses, BBC Television/Carlton Television, Caroline Jeffries
2004, Television, Mo Dhillon, Grease Monkeys, BBC Television, Various Directors
1990, Television, Gaoler, Amongst Barbarians, BBC Television, Jane Howell
Stage
2016, Stage, Scantlebury, Strife, Chichester Festival Theatre, Bertie Carvel
2016, Stage, Apah, A Counting and Cracking of Heads, Belvoir (Australia), Eamon Flack
2012, Stage, Leonarto, Much Ado About Nothing, RSC, Iqbal Khan
2011, Stage, Dr Warren, The Madness of George III, Theatre Royal Bath/West End, Chris Luscombe
2010, Stage, King George IV, David Hume's Kilt, Finborough Theatre
2009, Stage, Father, The Massacre, Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds
2007, Stage, Old Bellair, The Man of Mode, National Theatre, Nicholas Hytner
2007, Stage, The Director, The Great Theatre Of The World, Arcola Theatre
2006, Stage, Rafique, Deadeye, Birmingham Rep/UK Tour/Soho Theatre
2000, Stage, Masood Hussein, The Accused, Theatre Royal, Windsor/UK Tour/Haymarket Theatre
Radio
Radio, Judge, The Man Who Wore Sanitary Pads, BBC Radio 4, Sarah Bradshaw
Radio, A Nation Of Shopkeepers, BBC Radio 3, Mohit Bakaya
Radio, An Enemy Of The People, BBC World Service, Marion Nancarrow
Radio, Curiosities Of The Egyptian Hall, BBC Radio 4, David Blount
Radio, Grave Affairs, BBC World Service, David Hitchinson
Radio, Tall Stories, BBC Radio 4, Mary Peate
Radio, The Dolphinarium, BBC Radio 4, Gordon House
Radio, The Dreams Of Tipu Sultan, BBC Radio 4, Jeremy Mortimer
Radio, The Goondas Of Gopinagar, BBC Radio 4, Andy Jordan
Radio, Tughlaq (Parts 1 & 2), BBC Radio 4, Andy Jordan
Radio, Vantage Point, BBC Radio 4, Amber Barnfather
Film
Feature Film, Mr Shah, East Is Is, Assassin Films/BBC/Film Four, Damian O'Donnell
Feature Film, Security Chief, Entrapment, 20th Century Fox/Regency Enterprises, Jon Amiel
Film, Mr Shukla, Dog Eat Dog, Tiger Aspect Productions/Shona Prods, Moody Shoaibi
Film, Janardan Dhasmana, Innocents, United Productions/PBS Masterpiece Theatre, Peter Kosminsky
Film, Orator, Shadey, Larkspur Films/Channel Four Films, Philip Saville
Film, Mr Singh, Spivs, Carnaby Films, Colin Teague
Film, Peerbhoy/Paanwallah, Such A Long Journey, Amy International/Film Works, Sturla Gunnarsson
Film, Naresh, The Blue Tower, Monkey In Heaven Films, Smita Bhide
Film, Dr Byworth, The Gathering, Samuelson Films, Brian Gilbert
Film, Ugly Abdul, Wild West, Samuel Goldwyn, David Attwood

Training:

Scholarship to the RADA