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Rohan Chand

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Nationality  American
Role  Child actor
Occupation  Actor
Parents  Rob Chand
Years active  2011–present
Name  Rohan Chand

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Born  2003/2004 (age 11–12)Brooklyn, New York
Movies  Bad Words, The Hundred‑Foot Journey, Jack and Jill, Lone Survivor, Jungle Book: Origins
Similar People  Kathryn Hahn, Jason Bateman, Lasse Hallstrom, Peter Berg, Dennis Dugan

Upcoming movie  Jungle Book: Origins

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Rohan Chand (born 2004) is an American child actor. He has appeared in films such as Jack and Jill, Lone Survivor, and Bad Words. He also appeared in the "Crossfire" episode of Homeland.


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Life and career

Chand was born in New York City, to parents of Indian descent. When he was six years old, he was spotted by a casting director while playing baseball; the casting director was the mother of another child playing baseball, and encouraged Chand to audition for a role in Adam Sandler's film Jack and Jill. Chand ultimately won the role of Sandler's on-screen adopted son, and the film was released in 2011. His next role was in a 2011 episode of Homeland titled "Crossfire", in which he played Issa Nazir, the young son of the series' central terrorist who forms a close relationship with an American soldier, played by Damian Lewis. In the 2013 film Lone Survivor, Chand played the son of an Afghan who provides assistance to an American Navy SEAL (played by Mark Wahlberg), and spoke in Hindi and Urdu for the part.

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In 2013, Chand appeared in a main role in the comedy film Bad Words, playing Chaitanya Chopra, a spelling bee entrant who befriends the film's main character (played by Jason Bateman), after auditioning when he was eight years old. He was ten years old by the time of the film's release and his performance was widely praised by critics, with a writer for Variety magazine predicting that Chand would receive "many more big screen opportunities following this endearingly wide-eyed turn". His next project was the 2014 film The Hundred-Foot Journey directed by Lasse Hallström and starring Helen Mirren, in which he played the young version of the film's main character (played by Manish Dayal).

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In April 2014 it was announced that Chand would star alongside Lea Michele in DreamWorks Animation's Bollywood-style musical, Bollywood Superstar Monkey. In addition, Chand was cast in Andy Serkis' Jungle Book, in the leading role of Mowgli. The film is scheduled for an October 19, 2018 release. Rohan Chand was named one of the best actors under twenty years of age.

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