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Anjali Jay

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Name  Anjali Jay
Role  Actress
Spouse  Rusty (m. 1998)

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Movies and TV shows  Blind Dating, Robin Hood, The Age of Adaline, The 9th Life of Louis Drax
Similar People  James Keach, Lee Toland Krieger, Dominic Minghella, Foz Allan, Alexandre Aja
Born  9 August 1969 (age 51) Bangalore, India

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Anjali Jay (born Anjali Jayadev; 9 August 1969) is an Indian-British actress and dancer. Jay has acted in several films as well as on TV shows in Britain and the U.S., including Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, Blind Dating, and The Age of Adaline. She also acted in the television series Robin Hood as well as The Inspector Lynley Mysteries and Doctors.


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Personal life

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Jay was born in India and grew up in Bangalore. She attended Sophia High School until 1986. She graduated with a BA degree from Mount Carmel College in 1991. Jay is trained in Bharatanatyam and contemporary dance. She went to Britain on a Charles Wallace Scholarship for her MA degree in Dance Theatre at the Laban Centre. After graduating, she performed a season with the Shobana Jaysingh Dance Company.


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Jay appeared opposite Chris Pine in Blind Dating. Jay was praised by Jack G. Shaheen for her "heroic" portrayal of an Arab Muslim woman, Djaq, in the Robin Hood TV series.


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  • The Making of a Marchioness (2007) as Hester
  • Goan Flame (2000)
  • Theatre

  • Romeo and Juliet (2006; UK tour) as Juliet
  • The Jungle Book (2004–05; UK tour) as Bagheera/ Dulia
  • Anne of Green Gables (2004; Lilian Bayliss Theatre) as Katie Maurice
  • Midnight's Children (2003; Royal Shakespeare Company) as Jamila.
  • Tales of the Arabian Nights (2000; UK tour)
  • Border Crossings production of Mappa Mundi (2000; Courtyard Theatre, Hereford)
  • The Maids
  • Dance Like A Man as Latah
  • Vesuvius (1997; The Nehru Centre of the High Commission of India, London)
  • References

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