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'''Rekha Sharma''' is a Canadian film, stage and TV actor who plays presidential aide [[Tory Foster]] in the [[Battlestar Galactica (RDM)|Re-imagined Series]].
 
'''Rekha Sharma''' is a Canadian film, stage and TV actor who plays presidential aide [[Tory Foster]] in the [[Battlestar Galactica (RDM)|Re-imagined Series]].
  
Born and raised in [[w:Vancouver, British Columbia|Vancouver, British Columbia]], 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=26 May 2007|last=Nuytens|first=Gilles|format=|language=}}</ref>
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Born and raised in [[w:Vancouver, British Columbia|Vancouver, British Columbia]], Sharma's ancestors relocated from the state of [[w:Uttar Pradesh|Uttar Pradesh]] in [[w:India|India]] after the British occupation of the country, and settled in the [[w:Fiji Islands|Fiji Islands]]. Her parents moved to [[w:Canada|Canada]], where she was born and raised with her older brother.<ref name="tsw">{{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=26 May 2007|last=Nuytens|first=Gilles|format=|language=}}</ref>
  
Sharma wanted to become an actor when she was in fifth grade.
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Sharma wanted to become an actor since she was in fifth grade, after auditioning for a play, where she landed a lead role. It was in her twenties, however, after having "dabbled in a variety of things", when Sharma pursued acting, booking a theater gig.<ref name="tsw"/>
  
 
Her roots firmly planted in stage productions such as ''Prisoners'', Sharma has an active TV career in shows such as ''[[w:Smallville|Smallville]]'', ''[[w:Dark Angel|Dark Angel]]'', ''[[w:Da Vinci's City Hall|Da Vinci's City Hall]]'', ''[[w:The L Word|The L Word]]'', and ''[[w:John Doe|John Doe]]''.
 
Her roots firmly planted in stage productions such as ''Prisoners'', Sharma has an active TV career in shows such as ''[[w:Smallville|Smallville]]'', ''[[w:Dark Angel|Dark Angel]]'', ''[[w:Da Vinci's City Hall|Da Vinci's City Hall]]'', ''[[w:The L Word|The L Word]]'', and ''[[w:John Doe|John Doe]]''.
  
 
Sharma had a role in the feature film, ''[[w:The Core|The Core]]'', with [[w:Hilary Swank|Hilary Swank]].
 
Sharma had a role in the feature film, ''[[w:The Core|The Core]]'', with [[w:Hilary Swank|Hilary Swank]].
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Before landing the role of Tory Foster, who made her first apparance in "[[The Captain's Hand]]", Sharma had auditioned for the series multiple times for smaller roles. Sharma considers herself a fan of the series.<ref name="tsw"/>
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Outside of acting, she is a painter and practices the [[w:sarangi|sarangi]], a musical [[w:string instrument|string instrument]].<ref name="tsw"/>
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 18:02, 26 May 2007

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Rekha Sharma is a Canadian film, stage and TV actor who plays presidential aide Tory Foster in the Re-imagined Series.

Born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, 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 with her older brother.[1]

Sharma wanted to become an actor since she was in fifth grade, after auditioning for a play, where she landed a lead role. It was in her twenties, however, after having "dabbled in a variety of things", when Sharma pursued acting, booking a theater gig.[1]

Her roots firmly planted in stage productions such as Prisoners, Sharma has an active TV career in shows such as Smallville, Dark Angel, Da Vinci's City Hall, The L Word, and John Doe.

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

Before landing the role of Tory Foster, who made her first apparance in "The Captain's Hand", Sharma had auditioned for the series multiple times for smaller roles. Sharma considers herself a fan of the series.[1]

Outside of acting, she is a painter and practices the sarangi, a musical string instrument.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Nuytens, Gilles (May 16, 2007). Rekha Sharma interview by The Scifi World (backup available on Archive.org) (in ). Retrieved on 26 May 2007.