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'''Rekha Sharma''' is a Canadian film, stage and TV actor.
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'''Rekha Sharma''' (born in Vancouver, British Columbia) is a Canadian film, stage and TV actor.
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Sharma's ancestors relocated from the state of Uttar Pradesh in India after the British occupation of the country, and settled in the Fiji Islands. Her parents moved to Canada, where she was born and raised.<ref>{{cite_web|url=http://www.thescifiworld.net/interviews/rekha_sharma_01.htm|title=Rekha Sharma interview by The Scifi World|date=May 16, 2007|accessdate=|last=Nuytens|first=Gilles|format=|language=}}</ref>
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Sharma wanted to become an actor when she was in fifth grade.
  
 
Her roots firmly planted in stage productions such as ''Prisoners'', Sharma has an active TV career in shows including:
 
Her roots firmly planted in stage productions such as ''Prisoners'', Sharma has an active TV career in shows including:

Revision as of 11:40, 22 May 2007

Rekha Sharma
Rekha Sharma
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Nationality: CAN CAN

Rekha Sharma (born in Vancouver, British Columbia) is a Canadian film, stage and TV actor.

Sharma's ancestors relocated from the state of Uttar Pradesh in India after the British occupation of the country, and settled in the Fiji Islands. Her parents moved to Canada, where she was born and raised.[1]

Sharma wanted to become an actor when she was in fifth grade.

Her roots firmly planted in stage productions such as Prisoners, Sharma has an active TV career in shows including:

  • Smallville
  • Dark Angel
  • Da Vinci's City Hall
  • The L Word
  • John Doe

Sharma has a role in the feature film, The Core, with Hilary Swank.

Sharma plays presidential aide Tory Foster in the Re-imagined Series.




References

  1. Nuytens, Gilles (May 16, 2007). Rekha Sharma interview by The Scifi World (backup available on Archive.org) (in ).