Nandita Chandra Biography
Nandita Chandra is an Indian actor and model. She has featured widely on the international stage and in independent films. In addition to acting, Chandra is an acclaimed children's theatre director and a former television anchor for Channel V India. She also holds the distinction of being the first Indian woman to be accepted into the Acting program (MFA) at the prestigious Actor's Studio Drama School in New York. In 2003 she received critical acclaim for her performance in the play Edible Women and Anastasia. In 2008 she was featured in the Government of India's landmark tourism campaign - Incredible India. In March 2008 she was felicitated by Himachal Pradesh C.M. Hon Pratibha Singh for her contribution in the field of theatre and performing arts in India. She is a company member of the Off Broadway Irish Repertory Theatre. She currently lives and works in New York. She was last seen in The Homebase Project in David Bar Katz's "Can't Go Home" opposite LAByrinth founding member David.