Portrays Admiral Chamrajnagar in the Ender's Game film.
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|Role: ||Admiral Chamrajnagar|
|First Name: ||Tony|
|Last Name: ||Mirrcandani|
Tony Mirchandani has experience in diverse areas of advertising, entertainment and other industries. He worked as a theatre artist and was well known for his noteworthy plays; writing, directing and acting in most of them. His play, Love, Divorce and Carrot Juice was later published as a book by the Writer's workshop.
His theatrical credits include major roles in dozens of English plays, such as Somerset Maugham's The Letter, Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice, Anthony Shaffer's Murderer, Ira Levin's Deathtrap, Patrick Hamilton's Gaslight and Quasar's A View from the Stage.
When he landed in Mumbai to open a branch for his advertising agency he was mesmerized by Bollywood and became involved with direction, script writing and other aspects of the industry. He wrote many television serials, including the top rated Suraag – The Clue. He also wrote the Bollywood film Wajah – A Reason to Kill, which was released in 2004.
As an actor he has appeared in more than a dozen Hindi TV serials and hit Bollywood films, including Gaddar-Ek Prem Katha, Koi Mil Gaya, Kuch Kaha Aapne and Market. He also took part in a New York production of The Curse of King Tut's Tomb.
In 2005 he bagged one of the leading roles in the multi-million dollar Anglo-Australian stage production of Merchants of Bollywood. The play premiered in Sydney and travelled through Australia, the U.K., Germany, Switzerland and Austria to rave reviews for two years.
Tony moved to America in 2008 where he became immersed in New York theatre, notably performing in Making Books Sing production of Tea With Chachaji, Pulse Ensemble's Chaos Theory, Michael Checkov's Arabian Nights among many others. His American film credits include David Kaplan's Today's Special and Nayan Padrai's When Harry Tries To Marry.
(Sources: ThaiTicketMajor, Personal Website)
: Tony Mirrcandani is cast as Admiral Chamrajnagar.
(Source: Ender News