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Arnab Chanda

Arnab Chanda is an English born writer, producer, and actor.[1][2]

Career

He was born in England and lived there for 6 years and then spent 1 year in India, 8 years in Saudi Arabia and 8 years in the U.S. After graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he started doing stand-up comedy in New York City, and after moving back to London in August 2004, won the Jongleurs New Act Competition in 2005, was the winner of the Amused Moose Comedy Awards in 2006, and was nominated for Best Newcomer in the 2007 British Chortle Awards.[1][3] He is now a producer with BBC Radio Comedy.

Performances

He has performed stand up on the Comedy Central UK shows The World Stands Up in 2007, Edinburgh & Beyond in 2007, and the Comedy Store in 2008, Russell Howard's Good News (BBC Three, Series 2, 2010), The Stephen K Amos Show (BBC Two, Series 1, 2010), and Chris Moyles' Comedy Empire (BBC Three, 2012) . He has also appeared on The Jon Richardson Show (BBC 6 Music), The Comedy Cafe with Janice Forsyth (BBC Scotland), Out to Lunch (BBC Radio 2), 28 Acts in 28 Minutes (BBC Radio 4), and "Many Questions" (The Guardian Unlimited Podcast).

His live performances include the Edinburgh Festival in 2006 in "The Comedy Bucket" (with Matthew Crosby, Joe Wilkinson, Al Stick, and Dave Nichols), "Tickets Still Available" with Greg McHugh (Edinburgh Festival, 2007),[4] Rich Fulcher's "Tiny Acts of Rebellion" (Edinburgh Festival, 2011), the Mighty Boosh Festival in 2008,[5] the Latitude Festival in 2007 and 2008,[6][7] the Leeds Festival in 2008, The Big Chill Festival in 2008. He was the tour support act for Simon Amstell from 2007–2009,[8][9][10] as well as Stephen Merchant in 2008.

Acting

He played 'Raj Puri' in the ITV2 series Trinity (TV series),[11][12] Edward in the BAFTA nominated independent film Black Pond (2011), Ned in Julia Davis's Hunderby (Sky Atlantic, 2012), Kris in Series 1 of Dan Clark's How Not to Live Your Life on BBC Three, and was a writer/performer in Comedy Cuts (ITV2, Season 3), "Splitting Cells" (BBC Three), and co-wrote and acted in the short film "Old Sea Dog" (London Short Film Festival, 2012).

Writing

He was a staff writer for the MTV Europe Music Awards (MTV Int'l, 2010),[13] the BBC2 show Never Mind the Buzzcocks (Series 22, 2008), the MTV show "Celebrity Bites" (Co-Head Writer, Series 1, 2010), and has written for Dan Clark's How Not to Live Your Life (BBC Three, Series 2 (2009) and 3 (2010)), "Comedy Cuts" (ITV2, Series 3), and "Splitting Cells" (BBC Three).[14]

References

External links

  • Arnab Chanda at Curtis Brown Talent Agency
  • Arnab Chanda at Creative Artists Agency
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