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Agam Darshi

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Full Name  Agamdeep Darshi
Name  Agam Darshi
Nationality  British
Role  Actress
Occupation  Actress
Education  University of Calgary
Years active  2004–present

Nominations  Canadian Comedy Award for Television / Best Performance by an Ensemble - Television
Movies and TV shows  Sanctuary, The Possession, Snakes on a Plane, Final Destination 3, The Haunting of Sorority R
Similar People  Emilie Ullerup, Damian Kindler, Bruce Sweeney, Ole Bornedal, Benjamin Ayres

Agam Darshi- Canadian Actress

Agam Darshi is an English-born actress, now based in Los Angeles.


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Early life

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Agam Darshi was born Agamdeep Darshi in Birmingham, the United Kingdom, to parents of South Asian (Indian) descent. At a very young age she and her family moved to Canada. She grew up in Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary, San Jose and Vancouver. At the age of 14 she left home and moved to Calgary, to pursue a career of acting. Darshi studied Theatre and Fine Arts at the University of Calgary and earned a degree in photography.


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Darshi has made appearances in over twenty-five television productions along with appearing in over a dozen films. She is best known for her roles in Tru Calling, Dead Zone, The L-Word, and as Laura in the horror film Final Destination 3. She appeared in a recurring role on the Canadian teen-drama television series From 2009 to 2011, Darshi appeared in the television series Sanctuary. She was part of the main cast in seasons two and three and had a recurring role in season four.

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Darshi is also a producer, director, writer, screenwriter, playwright, artist, and graphic designer. At the 2013 Leo Awards, she won Best Supporting Performance by a Female in a Motion Picture for her role in the feature Crimes of Mike Recket. Along with fellow South Asian actress Patricia Isaac, she co-founded the Vancouver International South Asian Film Festival (VISAFF). She has also appeared as Ruby Shivani in season 2 of TV serial You Me Her.


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