Jim Sarbh Height, Weight, Lifestyle, Personal Stats, Filmography, Awards, Biography
By Sonali Panda
May 30, 2018
INTRODUCTION AND BIO:
Date of Birth
27 August 1987
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
American School of Bombay, Mumbai, India
Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Degree in Psychology
HEIGHT, WEIGHT, AND BODY/FIGURE MEASUREMENTS:
In Pounds-147 lbs
Chest Size-40 Inches,
Waist Size-30 Inches,
Biceps Size-14 Inches
Most popularly Paired With
Popular Characters Played by
SOCIAL LIFE, FAMILY, PETS, AND HUMANITARIAN WORK:
Father -N/A(Master Mariner, Regional Director of P&O Ports South and Middle East Asia)
Charity and associations
Malabar hill home
Cars and bikes
Favourite food and cuisine
Favourite holiday destination
5 INTERESTING UNKNOWN FACTS:
He belongs from a Parsi origin. He was born on 27 August 1987 in Mumbai to extremely well-to-do parents. Jim’s mother was a physiotherapist and his father was a master mariner and later became the Regional Director of P&O Ports South and Middle East Asia. The family lived in Australia for a couple of years and later moved back to India.
After completing graduation, Sarbh became a literary intern at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta for a year. Later he started performing in and around Atlanta. His most famous dramas are The Show, The Breakup, Tennis in Nablus, and Ice Glen, for which he won a Major Supporting Role Metropolitan Atlanta Theatre Award.
He was also selected for the Forbes India 30 under 30 list in 2015, for his contribution to Indian Theatre.
Jim Sarbh and Kalki Koechlin met on stage for the play, The Living Room. Both having inclination for theater and arts, they set off quickly and were in a potentially awesome relationship for a year.
Although he is hot and talented he is also very arrogant as well.
He moved to Australia with his family when he was 3 years old and moved back to Mumbai when he was 8.
5 FAMOUS QUOTES:
Man, it’s always a great time for theatre and always a lousy time.
Your whole life doesn’t have to be one long, smart monologue.
I went to Ashram in Bihar and I was walking all over the Himalayas with a backpack and a tent, campfires, all by myself.
Any actor who says that they don’t want the attention and they are tired of all the interviews and photo shoots are just pretending.
I was interested more in my personal growth; I didn’t want to go on stage and do the same thing, over and over again.