Dilroop Khangura Pro

Actor, Extra, Model, Influencer, Runner / Assistant,… more

New South Wales, Australia
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Physical Attributes

Height:
168 cm / 5ft 6in
Weight:
51 kg / 112 lbs
Ethnicity:
Indian
Chest:
75 cm / 30 in
Skin color:
Brown
Waist:
60 cm / 24 in
Hips:
83 cm / 33 in
Dress size:
UK 8 / AUS 8 / US 4
Eye color:
Brown
Hair color:
Brown
Hair length:
Long
Hair type:
Curly

Credits & experience

2020
  • Sydney Acting Studio : Micaeley Gibson Casting Workshop
2019
  • Australian Theatre for Young People : Janine Watson & Claudia Barrie Weekly Ensemble Scene Work
  • TAFTA : Anousha Zarkesh Casting Workshop
  • Redfern Acting Studio : David Caesar & Jeffrey Walker Acting Masterclass & Q and A
  • TAFTA : Danny Raco Acting Workshop
  • TAFTA : Stevie Ray Casting Workshop
  • Redfern Acting Studio : Marcus Graham Acting Masterclass
  • TAFTA : Jo Briant Acting Masterclass
  • The Hub Studio : Linda Nicholls-Gidley American Accent Masterclass
  • The Reel Scene (UK) : Manpreet Bachu Improvisation Workshop
  • The Unseen Drama (UK) : Arjun Rose Acting
2018
  • Sydney Film School : Ben Ferris Directing Character Workshop
  • Micro Budget Film School : Bradley Stevens Micro Budget Filmmaking Class
  • The Actor's Station : Les Chantery Film and Television Masterclass
  • Sydney Actors Collective : Socratis Otto Screen Acting
  • Aryavision Pictures : Eddie Arya 2 Day Filmmaking Course
2017
  • Screenwise : Lisa Robertson Masterclass Intensive
  • Actors Centre Australia : Morgan Maguire Screen Acting Fundamentals
  • The Depot Theatre : Pete Malicki Career Development for Artists Masterclass
2014
  • GHS : Drama Higher School Certificate
2012
  • Matriark Art Theatre : Commedia dell’Arte Workshop
  • GHS : Drama Record of School Achievement

Acting

Acting experience

Previous paid speaking roles


Languages
  • English
  • Hindi

Accents
  • Australian
  • Irish
  • UK English
  • UK Scottish
  • USA California
  • French
  • Indian

Screen:
2020: Therapy Woman (Supporting) in a Rabbit Content TVC called "Open Colleges," directed by Daniel Mitchell.

2020: Rachael (Lead) in a Colourbeat short film called "Who Wants Margaritas?" directed by Nathan Short.

2019: Amira (Lead) in a Torrens University short film called "Nursing Educational Video," directed by Damian Blayney.

2019: STLKR (Supporting) in an AFTRS student short film called "Dashboard," directed by Jordan Brand.

2019: Reader (Lead) in an AFTRS television table read called "Moved Reading," directed by Lauren Clair.

2019: Lara (Supporting) in an AFTRS student short film called "Return to Sender," directed by Erika Felton.

2019: Reader (Lead) in an AFTRS television table read called "Masters of Screenwriting Table Read," directed by Lauren Clair.

2019: Sarah (Supporting) in a UTS student short film called "Undoing," directed by Daniel Neely.

2019: Billie (Lead) in a UNSW student short film called "The Interns," directed by Bianca Wei.

2019: Girl (Lead) in an AFTRS student short film called "Cinematography Shoot," directed by James Ward-Miller.

2019: Daughter (Lead) in a JMC Academy student short film called "The Worst," directed by Sharon Mani.

2019: Skye (Lead) in an AIT student short film called "A Different Lens," directed by Jeremy Crome.

2019: Sarah (Supporting) in an independent webseries episode called "The Space Dude Chronicles Episode 1," directed by Daniel Smallwood.

2019: Waitress (Supporting) in an independent webseries episode called "RIFK Episode 2," directed by Luke Cussen.

2019: Alex (Lead) in a University for the Creative Arts student short film called "Hypnosis," directed by Danyal Ali, George Gallinagh, Jacapo Sica, Sharayah Tokeley and Louise Wiberg.

2019: Punjabi Young Woman (Lead) in a Studio Hansa TVC called "Natco Masterchef," directed by Nick Scott.

2018: Dr (Supporting) in an University of Westminster student broadcast called "The Horses’ Mouth Live!" directed by Jan Dybus.

2018: Claire (Supporting) in an Australian Film Base student short film called "Reckoning," directed by Colm O'Murchu.

2018: Lucy (Lead) in a Western Sydney University student short film called "A Night Out," directed by Annalease Nikolovski & Rachel Calleia.

2018: Actress (Lead) in a UNSW student short film called "By Any Other Name," directed by Sophia Chang.

2018: Iris (Supporting) in a University of Notre Dame student short film called "Ghoul Breakers," directed by Bryce Lavery-Jacko.

2018: Emma (Supporting) in a UTS student short film called "Ghost House," directed by Riley Buchanan.

2018: Victoria (Lead) in an AIT student short film called "RPT," directed by InYoung Choi.

2018: Girl (Supporting) in an AFTT TVC called "First Base, Lemonade- A Kiss in a Bottle," directed by Donnie Dallas.

2018: Judge (Supporting) in a SAE Institute student short film called "The Competition," directed by Marie Butler-Cole.

2018: Charlotte (Lead) in a UTS student short film called "Falling Asleep," directed by Yanisa Boonyawat.

2018: Annie (Lead) in a UTS student short film called "The Art of Letting Go," directed by Junxian Chen.

2018: Maxine (Lead) in an AFTRS student short film called "Who Killed the Rabbit?" directed by Nicola Macindoe.

2018: June (Lead) in a HSC student short film called "The Board," directed by Emily Gong.

2018: Saira (Lead) in a UTS student short film called "Mum's the Word," directed by Sabrina Islam.

2018: Rachel (Lead) in a UTS student short film called "Joint Effort," directed by James Lamb.

2018: Jaspreet (Lead) in a short film called "Games n Roses," directed by Esther Adelhardt, Eddie Arya, Amelia Forsyth-Smith, Narelle Nash and Manny Said.

2017: Trusha Bhatt (Supporting) in Season 11 of a Beyond Productions television series called "Deadly Women," directed by John Mavety.

Theatre:
2019: Rose/Beatrice (Supporting) in a KXT Storytellers Festival reading of "(WE ATE) The Poisoned Apple," directed by Kirsty Kiloh.

2019: Sandhya (Lead) in a KXT Storytellers Festival reading of "Crocodiles," directed by Erica Brennan.

2017: Chiki (Supporting) in a Nautanki Theatre adaptation of a play called "The Jungle Book," directed by Joyraj Bhattacharjee.

2017: Tulip (Lead) in a Short and Sweet Theatre Festival Sydney play called "Still Alive," directed by Dilbagh Singh.

Extras

Extras experience

Previous speaking roles


Screen:
2020: Shopper (Extra) in a STRIVR LABS, INC TVC called "StriVR Woolworths," directed by Hanna Rodgers.

2019: Assistant (Featured Extra) in an independent webseries called "Hit The Ground, Running," directed by Ben Bouvier-Farrell.

2019: Bystander (Extra) in a Curious Productions television series called "The Bystander Trials," directed by Julian Ryan.

2019: Woman with pasta (Extra) in a Sixteen Corners TVC called "Febfast," directed by Drew McPherson.

2019: Dater (Featured Extra) in an Amazon Audible audio series called "The Connection," directed by Mike Worsley.

2019: Girlfriend (Extra) in a Cuefocus short film called "A Date with Production" directed by Seamus Wendelin.

2019: Reader (Extra) in an ADG reading for a webseries called "Jade of Death," directed by Erin Goode.

2019: Corporate Worker (Featured Extra) in a Dave Clark Design TVC called "Rest Super Health Check," directed by Ash Lyall & Luis Macedo.

2019: Woman (Featured Extra) in an Infinity Squared TVC called "Tourism Australia India Cricket Campaign," directed by Toby Morris.

2019: Shopper (Extra) in a Luna Pictures feature film called "Moonrock for Monday," directed by Kurt Martin.

2019: Real Estate Agent (Extra) in a SIXTYFOUR FILMS TVC called "Local Agent Finder App," directed by Arthur Chan.

2019: Flatmate (Featured Extra) in a Pomegranate Production TVC called "Nutella Say Good Morning," directed by Steve Greenaway.

2019: Bar Goer (Extra) in an independent short film called "A Problematic Gesture Toward Auteur Theory," directed by James Robert Woods.

2019: University Student (Featured Extra in a Hub Productions TVC called "Vote Labour," directed by Simon Hoy.

2019: Sam (Featured Extra) in a UNSW student short film called "The Receptionist," directed by Michelle Malaney.

2019: Gang Member 2 (Featured Extra) in a Rocket Productions short film called "Ocean Protect Video," directed by Ajit Singh.

2018: Member of Public (Featured Extra) in a music video called "Rudimental Documentary," directed by Michael.

2018: Contestant (Featured Extra) in a Monkey Kingdom pilot episode called "The Smash," directed by Ollie Brack.

2018: Café Customer (Extra) in a 75% Old School trailer called "Rani," directed by Yure Covich.

2018: Gold Lip Girl (Featured Extra) in a music video called "Kid Blue- Wake Up," directed by Kid Blue & Abel.

2018: Co-worker (Featured extra) in a Landshark Productions short film called "Ben Isn’t Funny," directed by Ziggy Jaz van Koeverden.

2018: 2nd Mime (Featured extra) in an independent short film called "No Laughing Matter," directed by Filix Fox.

2018: iPad Host (Extra) in a music video called "Cosmo’s Midnight- Talk to Me," directed by Chester Buchanan.

2018: Guard (Featured extra) in a HSC student short film called "English Extension 2 Major Work," directed by Kena Mallender.

2018: Football Coach (Extra) in a feature film called "Back of the Net," directed by Louise Alston.

2018: Receptionist (Featured extra) in a music video called "Urthboy- Turning Circle," directed by Edmund Renew.

2017: Cafe Worker (Featured extra) in a short film called "Meenakshi," directed by Pradeep Maduri.

2017: Corporate Lawyer (Extra) in a ABC Iview series called "Kiki and Kitty," directed by Catriona McKenzie.

2017: Youtube Employee (Featured extra) in a Youtube video for Share Some Good Campaign called "Navigating the Net with Jan & Peter" directed by Julian Ramundi.

2016: Wedding Dancer (Extra) in a Bollywood feature film called "Sardaar Ji 2," directed by Rohit Jugraj Chauhan.

Modelling

Modeling experience

Part-time model - paid commercial work


2017: Catwalk Model for "Own It Street Parade." 2019: Employee for “Blackwoods 2019 Catalogue” (Print)

Film & Stage Crew

Directing & Writing ability

Beginner


Presenting

TV presenter experience

Previous unpaid TV presenter roles


Languages
  • English
  • Hindi

Accents
  • Australian
  • Irish
  • UK English
  • UK Scottish
  • USA California
  • French
  • Indian

Staff/temp

I worked as a medical receptionist for three years.
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