Zenobia Shroff is an Indian film Actress, who has worked predominantly in Bollywood.
Date of birth
Zenobia was born on 27 May, 1965.
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She holds a master’s degree in Psychology.
Her love life is not yet publicly known.
Not yet established.
Encouraged by theater actress Pearl Padamsee, Shroff left her native Mumbai in her teens to pursue acting at New York City’s Circle in the Square theater school.
Shroff has acted in Hollywood and Bollywood films. She and her The Big Sick co-stars shared a nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture at the 24th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards.
She has also branched into television, including recurring parts on The Resident on Fox and Showtime’s The Affair; in the latter role, The New York Times said Shroff "goes from funny to almost frightening in her intensity."
Shroff's first one-woman stage show, "Exotic Observations," was performed at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and the South Asian International Performing Arts Festival.
Her 2016 one-woman show, "How to Succeed as an Ethnically Ambiguous Actor," garnered nominations for best actor and best director at the Planet Connections Festival awards.
In 2017 she had her breakout role as kumail nanjiani's mother in 'the big sick' which was a resounding box office success and garnered her stellar reviews and a SAG nomination for best ensemble cast. she followed that up with a recurring role on season 4 of The Affair as Priya Ullah.
She also recurred as Himaya Pravesh on The Resident, and on Madam Secretary.
|Born||27th May, 1965|