Anjul Nigam - Biography

Anjul Nigam is a veteran actor who has been working in the entertainment industry for over 20 years. A graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Anjul is also a founding partner at Brittany House Pictures where he is producing the feature film comedy "Good Ol' Boy," which he co-wrote, packaged with Academy, Emmy and Grammy winning talent, and will also play a leading role in. In development at Brittany House are two additional feature films (a drama and a comedy), an animated feature, two scripted television shows, two reality television series and a web-series. Anjul also recently signed a development deal to producer, write and star in a web series for a major studio.

In addition to his work as a producer, Anjul is an established actor who recurs on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and is known for his long-term assignment as a co-spokesperson for the cell phone provider MetroPCS, appearing as "Ranjit" in the company's highly popular ad campaign "Tech & Talk With Ranjit and Chad." In film, Anjul will next be seen as a supporting lead in "Of Gods and Kings" for director Joe Estevez. He has appeared as one of the supporting leads in Hallmark's "Back When We Were Grownups" with Faye Dunaway and Peter Fonda under the direction of Ron Underwood; as one of the leads in 20th Century Fox's "The First $20 Million Is Always The Hardest" with Rosario Dawson and directed by Mick Jackson; and one of the supporting leads in Universal's "Speaking of Sex" with Bill Murray and James Spader for director John McNaughton. In television, Anjul has recurred on or guest-starred in more than 50 prime-time series including "Grey's Anatomy," "Childrens Hospital," "Ghost Whisperer," "Lie To Me," "Crash," "Supernatural," "CSI," "CSI: New York," "Medium," "Huff," "Shark," "ER", "MDs", and "NYPD Blue." In theater, Anjul has appeared alongside fellow-NYU alumnus Philip Seymour Hoffman in the controversial production of "The Merchant of Vencie" under the direction of Peter Sellars and which played at the Royal Shakespeare Company in London and The Goodman Theatre in Chicago.

He is married to producer Anjalika Mathur Nigam and has two sons, Nikaash and Shivaan.