Charithra Chandran Wiki, Boyfriend, Height, Age & Parents

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Charithra Chandran

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Famous NameCharithra Chandran.
Sweet NameCharithra.
Primary OccupationResearch Analyst at New Policy Institute.
ProfessionActress.
Trending forAlex Rider (Role: Sabina Pleasance).
Age24 years old.
Birth DateJanuary 17, 1997.
Birth PlaceOxford City, England.
NationalityBritish Indian.
GenderFemale.
Birth SignCapricorn.
ReligionHindu.
HeritageTamil.
Family
ParentsFather: Palanichamy Chandran.
Mother: Shanthi Chandran.
SiblingsOne Brother.
Social Accounts
Instagram
Facebook
https://www.instagram.com/charithra17/
https://www.facebook.com/charithra.chandran/
Realtionship
Boyfriend--
Body Measurements
WeightKg: 56.
Pounds: 123 lbs.
HeightIn feet: 5' 3".
In centimeters: 160 cm.
In meters: 1.60 m.
EyesBlack.
HairBlack (Long).
Skills
DanceFreestyle.
Bharatnatyam.
Bollywood.
Education
SchoolOxford High School GDST.
AlumniOxford University.
Last UpdateDecember 4, 2021 (© Copyright- Celebsweek.com).

Charithra Chandran with Otto Farrant

Alex Rider Actress Charithra Chandran Biography

  • 24 years old British Indian actress Charithra Chandran has become the center of attention for making her fabulous landing in the IMDb Tv original series Alex Rider season 2.
  • In this British spy thriller series, this newcomer actress made her landing as Sabina Pleasance and met Alex Rider (Otto Farrant) on the beach while both were separately enjoying surfing.
  • Riding on the fame wave of Alex Rider season 2, still in 2021, she got the chance to feature the character of “Bekkie” in “The Talents” short video.

Charithra Chandran as Edwina Sharma

  • On the one hand, Charithra is gaining immense fame for her beautiful presence as Sabina Pleasance; meanwhile, her fans are excited to watch her as Edwina Sharma in Bridgerton Season 5.
  • In 2022, her prominence will not enhance for Bridgerton because, in the same year, this talented actress will make her stunning landing in the role of Cherry in the “Class S” movie.
  • In “Class S,” Director Darryl Duah-Boateng has featured her in the lead character of Cherry alongside Raquel Appiah, Erina Mashate, Letizia Mateo, Samuel Maxwell Opiah & Reggie Banigo.

Charithra Chandran with Otto Farrant

  • Early Life: The 5 feet 3 inches tall actress Charithra Chandran was born on January 17, 1997, by her Tamil heritage mother Shanthi Chandran and father Palanichamy Chandran, in Oxford City in England.
  • She grew up in England, but her parents taught her everything about their Indian & Tamil culture; even while studying at Oxford High School GDST, she represented her culture multiple times.
  • Charithra had a passion for performing arts; even she showcased her natural skills with the Tamil Culture dance many times, because of which the fire inside her remained intact.

Charithra Chandran on her Graduation ceremony

  • From 2018, her acting journey began as a theater artist by performing the lead role of Medea at the Keble O’Reilly Theatre while she was in the third year of her Degree.
  • On the one hand, she completed her BA in Philosophy, Politics, Economics at Oxford University; meanwhile, she featured in “House of Bernarda Alba” & “Drunk Enough to Say I Love You.”

Charithra Chandran in her traditional dress

  • Corporate Career: In 2015, After completing schooling at Oxford High School GDST, she got the chance to serve as a Parliamentary Assistant at the House of Commons from September to December 2015.
  • In February 2016, she joined the Global Water Intelligence media company as an intern, where she examined data about desalination plants in the US and analyzed the progress of sewage and sanitation systems.

Charithra Chandran is 5 feet 3 inches tall

  • In between her graduation year at the University of Oxford, she worked for Boston Consulting Group (BCG), even gave Tuition to students aged 11-22 from KS3 to University level.
  • In July 2020, she joined the New Policy Institute as a Research Analyst, and on September 1, 2020, she published her report on “People and Places in London most vulnerable to COVID-19.”