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Sunil Narkar is an accomplished Hollywood actor, who has many diverse talents. He is a writer, director, and producer, who is dedicated to professionalism, in whatever task he undertakes. While staying in character, Sunil has the unique ability to deliver both dramatic and comedic portrayals, within a role, that create realistic and moving performances.

In the past twenty years, Sunil has been credited with the direction of more than 40 theater plays, and has had acting roles in more than 50 productions. He has made numerous commercials for national corporations, including one iconic performance for Intel (2009), where he portrayed Ajay Bhatt, co-inventor of the USB. Narkar has showcased his considerable abilities through his appearances in popular television shows such as The Mentalist, Boston Legal, Kings of Van Nuys, Outsourced, 90210, Saturday Night Live, and The Jimmy Kimmel Show. He is most noted for his role of ABC's Friday night prime time show, National Bingo Night, in the role of "Commissioner Sunil."

When he first arrived in Los Angeles, Sunil formed his own theater company, LA Dramatics. It was his intent to create both Indian and American productions.

Sunil is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA, the Screen Actors Guild, and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. He also is an active member of the Indian Cultural Society of Los Angles, a philanthropic organization that promotes Indian cultural values, works to improve human living conditions worldwide, and mentors young people of Indian heritage. He holds a degree in chemistry from the University of Bombay. The consummate professional, Sunil maintains a steadfast dedication to the promotion of the performing arts. As a compassionate man with a boffo sense of humor and a true awareness of the human condition, Sunil has become a very popular and charismatic Hollywood figure.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Tom Slatin

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