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Madhav Sharma is an Indian born actor/director who appeared in the 1975 story Frontier in Space.
He was born in Calcutta, where his father K. S. Sitaram Iyer lived for many years in Hastings, Calcutta 22. Since his mother died soon after he was born, Madhav was first raised in Bangalore by his grandfather S.S. Iyer. s an Indian born British actor and theatre director. He was educated (amongst other places) at the St. Joseph's College, Bangalore, the Scottish Church College, Calcutta.
Work in theatre includes The Man of Mode (RNT Olivier), Tales from Ferozesha Baag (RNT Studio workshops and readings), Prince Of Delhi Palace (RNT Studio), The Massacre (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds), The Great Theatre of the World (Arcola), Deadeye (Soho Theatre/UK tour/Birmingham Rep), The Accused (Haymarket/UK tour/Theatre Royal Windsor), Indian Ink (Aldwych), Last Dance at Dum Dum (New Ambassadors/UK tour), Behzti and Blithe Spirit (Birmingham Rep), Calcutta Kosher, Worlds Apart, House Of The Sun (Theatre Royal Stratford East), Gulliver�s Travels (Arts), No One Was Saved (Royal Court Upstairs), Baby Love (Soho Poly), High Diplomacy (Westminster), Romeo and Juliet (Shaw/Edinburgh Festival/Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds/Hull Truck /USA), Not Just An Asian Babe (Watermans/Oxford Arms), Untold Secret Of Aspi (Cockpit/Watermans), The Importance Of Being Neutral (ICA), Romeo and Juliet (Albany Empire), Twelfth Night and The Hollow Crown (Theatre Royal Lincoln/tour), Th�r�se Raquin (Nottingham Playhouse), Crazyhorse (Bristol New Vic/UK tour), Fiddler On The Roof (Theatre Royal Nottingham/UK tour), The King and I (Edinburgh Playhouse/UK tour)), Twelfth Night (Dundee Rep), A Midsummer Night�s Dream, Twelfth Night and The Proposal (UK schools tour), England Our England, Captain Carvalho, and Night Conspirators (Victoria Theatre Salford), Hindle Wakes, How Are You Johnny?, A Murder Has Been Arranged, Alfie, Mr Kettle and Mrs Moon, and An Inspector Calls (Casino Theatre Southport), Othello, Hamlet, Twelfth Night, The Merchant of Venice, Henry V (tour to India, Singapore, Malaysia, Sarawak, Bruneii, N.Borneo and Hong Kong), and the title role in Hamlet (The Howff), directed by Joseph O�Conor who had himself played the role in Sir Donald Wolfit�s Company.
TV includes Going Postal, Coronation Street, Doctors, Casualty, Ashes to Ashes, Reverse Psychology, Grease Monkeys, Doctors And Nurses, Dalziel and Pascoe, Holby City, Dream Team, Amongst Barbarians, Doctor Who, Trial and Retribution, McCallum, Fighting Back, Inspector Alleyn, The Rector�s Wife, Tygo Road, Cardiac Arrest, Shalom Salaam, Black And Blue, Medics, Boon, This Office Life, The Bill, South Of The Border, King And Castle, Tandoori Nights, Old Men At The Zoo, Maybury, Minder, Target, The Road To 1984, Blunt Instrument, Cold Warrior, Sarah, Looking For Clancy, The Regiment, Imperial Palace, Adam Smith, The Brahmin Widow, Crown Court, Escape, First Lady, Moonbase 3, Anything But The Woods, Rogues Rock, Kipling, Z-Cars, The Moonstone, Uncle Tulip, and The Newcomers.
Radio drama includes The Archers, An Enemy of the People (by Henrik Ibsen adapted by John Foley & Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti), The Curiosities of the Egyptian Hall � The Great Mephisto (by Tony Liddington),Midnight's Children (by Salman Rushdie adapted by Rukhsana Ahmed), A House for Mr Biswas (by V.S. Naipaul), The Painter of Signs by R.K. Narayan (adapted by William Ash), Stowaway, A Rain of Stones( by Wole Soyinka), The God at the Gate, The Banker�s Tale, The Black Rock, The Dreams of Tipu Sultan, The Goondas of Gopinagar, Scorching Winds, The Great Sentinel and the Great Soul, Grave Affairs (by John Matthew), End of the Line(by Guy Roderick & Peter Cox) , Tughlaq (by Girish Karnad), Captain Colenzo�s Last Voyage, My Enemy My Friend (by Margaret Bhatty), The Panacea (by Amina Osman), Race of the Dugout Canoes (by Richard Edmunds), My Beautiful Launderette Off License Cash and Carry, The Indian Gentleman (by Terry James), Hardly Touching (by Neil Biswas), Swine (by Diane Samuels), The Dolphinarium (by Steve Walker), Heer Ranjha( by Deepak Verma), Singing and Dancing in Kanpur (by David Mowat), The Bandit Queen (by Deepak Verma), Hanuman�s Child (by Nandita Ghose), Asha (by Tanika Gupta), Kahani Apni Apni, Chota( by Jean Binney), Nightrunners of Bengal ( by John Masters), Broomhouse Reach, Flimi Filmi Inspector Ghote (by H.R.F.Keating), Brides Are Not For Burning, Laura and the Angel, We the Accused, An Affair of Honour, Butterfly Hunt (by Mathew Solon) and Waggoners Walk.
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