Rudi Dharmalingam

About Rudi Dharmalingam

Who is it?: Actor
Birth Day: May 11, 1981
Citizenship: British
Alma mater: University of Salford
Years active: 2002 - Present
Known for: Our Girl
Children: Two Sons

Rudi Dharmalingam

Rudi Dharmalingam was born on May 11, 1981, is Actor. Born in Maidstone, Kent, Rudi Dharmalingam became a member of the National Youth Theatre in 1998. He then went on to train at The University of Salford and obtained a B.A in Performing Arts in 2002.He was cast in the original production of The History Boys, under studying Dominic Cooper in 2004. He played the role of Crowther on Broadway in the same production which also starred James Corden.He has since performed in numerous productions at the National Theatre and the Royal Shakespeare Company. In 2013 he played the male lead in David Greig's two-hander, The Events for the Young Vic. The Play won numerous awards and was voted The Guardian's best play of 2013.He has since performed in plays at the Royal court and the Almeida Theatre. Notably Oresteia and Mary Stuart, the later of which was directed by Olivier Award winner Robert Icke. He played the male lead role of Mortimer alongside Juliet Stevenson and Lia Williams. Both Oresteia and Mary Stuart both opened to huge critical acclaim.He performed in the record breaking production of Hamlet at the Barbican in 2015 playing Guilderstern alongside Benedict Cumberbatch.He is working on Electric Dreams 'The Commuter' with Timothy Spall for Amazon/Sony/Channel 4. He will then shoot 'Rellik' for BBC 1 a new drama from the makers of 'The Missing.'Most recently he played 'Milan' a series regular leading role in Our Girl for the BBC. He is currently playing 'James' another leading series regular in The Split by Abi Morgan for the BBC and Sundance. He will then go onto reprise his role as 'Mortimer' in Mary Stuart at the Duke of York's Theatre in London's West End. _
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Occupation Actor
Age 42 years old
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Born May 11, 1981 ()
Birthday May 11

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Rudi Dharmalingam made his TV debut in 2002, in the BAFTA Award-nominated drama series Cutting It. He acted on the series until 2004. Later in 2004 he understudied the role of Dakin in the original London stage production of The History Boys at the Royal National Theatre. In 2006 he made his Broadway debut in the transfer of The History Boys, this time playing the role of Crowther. In 2005, Rudi Dharmalingam played the titular role in Tom's Midnight Garden, the opening production of the Unicorn Theatre, the UK's first custom built venue for children, the , in 2005.


2003 Barman, Cutting It II, BBC Television, Roger Goldby


2004 The History Boys, The National Theatre, Nicholas Hytner (Laurence Olivier award for Best Play)


2005 Tom, Tom's Midnight Garden, The Unicorn Theatre, Tony Graham


2006 Film, Jamal, Britz, Mentorn Productions, Peter Kosminski


2007 Guest Lead, The Bill, Talkback Thames, Richard Signy


2008 Nick, The English Game, Headlong Theatre, Sean Holmes


2009 Benny and Naz, England People Very Nice, National Theatre, Nicholas Hytner (Laurence Olivier Best Comedy Nominee)


2012 George Seacole, Much Ado About Nothing, Royal Shakespeare Company (WOS Best Shakespearean Production Nominee)


2013 Medvendenko, The Seagull, Headlong Theatre Company


2014 Scott, The Worst Wedding Ever, Salisbury Playhouse


2017 Bob Paine, Electric Dreams (The Commuter,) Amazon/C4

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