|Native name নাসরিন চৌধুরী|
Name Nazrin Choudhury
Years active 2001–present
|Alma mater King's College London
Northern Film School|
Occupation Screenwriter, actress, author, playwright
Residence Los Angeles, California, United States
Education Streatham and Clapham High School, Northern Film School, King's College London
Nazrin Choudhury is an award-winning British screenwriter and actress of Bangladeshi descent.
Choudhury was born in South West London, England to parents of Bangladeshi origin. She graduated with a BSc in Biomedical Science from King's College London, and completed an MA in Screenwriting at the Northern Film School, having received a FilmFour Productions/Channel 4 Award.
Choudhury is a screenwriter who has scripted episodes of British television serials such as Casualty, Doctors, EastEnders and Waterloo Road. She also worked as a storyline writer on Coronation Street. Her critically acclaimed radio play Mixed Blood won the Richard Imison Award in 2006.
In 2006, she was awarded a grant for the arts by the Arts Council England for her first novel My England. Her first screenplay Scum won the 'Focus on Talent' award, a competition run by DNA Films.
Choudhury is currently based in Los Angeles and was selected as one of the ten finalists for the 2014 Fox Writers Intensive. She has most recently written for A&E's Damien, and written and produced on Houdini and Doyle and Fox's Wayward Pines.
Choudhury is married.