|Real Name||Samrat Chakrabarti|
|Profession||Film actor and Musician of Indian descent|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height||in centimeters- 183 cm
in meters- 1.83 m
in Feet Inches- 6’ 0”
|Weight (approx.)|| in Kilograms- 75 kg
in Pounds- 165 lbs
|Body Measurements|| - Chest: 41 Inches
- Waist: 34 Inches
- Biceps: 13 Inches
|Date of Birth||22 August 1975|
|Age (as in 2017)||42 Years|
|Birth Place||London, England|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign||Leo|
|College||Harvard University, Brandeis University|
|Educational Qualifications||Not Known|
|Girls, Affairs and More|
|Current Relationship Status||Not Known|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Samrat Chakrabarti
- Does Samrat Chakrabarti smoke?: Not Known
- Does Samrat Chakrabarti drink alcohol?: Not Known
- Samrat was born in London to Indian Hindu Bengali immigrant parents from Kolkata, West Bengal, India.
- Samrat performed in Indian community functions in Boston, Massachusetts, USA where he was exposed to music, poetry and the plays of Rabindranath Tagore.
- He made his film debut in 2004 in Spike Lee’s She Hate Me, where he portrayed the role of Ahmad.
- Chakrabarti has also featured in television productions. He has appeared on In Treatment (HBO) as Irrfan Khan’s son, 30 Rock (NBC) opposite Alec Baldwin, Bored to Death (HBO), Blue Bloods (CBS) opposite Tom Selleck, Law & Order: Criminal Intent (NBC) opposite Chris Noth, Law & Order (NBC), Love Monkey (CBS), The Sopranos (HBO) opposite James Gandolfini, and All My Children. Chakrabarti was a recurring character on FX’s Damages opposite Ted Danson.
- Samrat Chakrabarti is also known as the International musician. In 1994, he founded Brandeis University’s award-winning all male a cappella group, VoiceMale, for which he continues to contribute arrangements and original compositions, including “Please Don’t Go,” which appears on the album Suit Up and arrangements for the national a cappella compilation Voices Only 2009.
- He won a U.S. CARA (Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards) for Best Original Pop/Rock Song for his composition “What’s It all About”.
- Chakrabarti has also composed the theme song “Dhol Beat” for Loins of Punjab, and Sundaram Tagore’s Natvar Bhavsar: Poetics of Color.