Lisa Ray (birth name Lisa Rani Ray) was born on April 4, 1972 in Toronto, Canada. She is a Canadian actress and former fashion model.
Biography and Career :
After she graduated from high-school she decided that she wants to be a famous journalist but in the end she renounced after she became a model for a fashion Canadian magazine and appeared on the cover at the age of sixteen.
As a model she made a lot of commercials for many Indian companies and from 2001 she decided to start an acting career. Her debut was with a role in the Bollywood film "Kasoor", opposite Aftab Shivdasani.
After a year she obtained another role in "Takkari Donga" with Mahesh Babu and soon after this she returned in Toronto filming for "Bollywood/Hollywood". The movie was a huge success in North Am
erica and in India and Lisa earned a "Star of the Future" award at Toronto Film Festival.
She also likes to write and she hopes she will become a novelist. Now she writes articles for Cosmopolitan Magazine and The Indian Express.
Why is Lisa Ray famous?
Lisa Ray is famous because she is a great actress from Canada who played in many famous and interesting movies and who worked with a lot of famous people from the movie industry. Lisa is famous because of her great roles from her movies and in the same time because of her cat eyes.
Why do we like Lisa Ray?
Lisa Ray is a great actress who played in the most important and interesting movies and who gained the trust and the love of many people from the entire world. She has fans in the entire world and we like her because she is a talented actress and a very beautiful woman.
Name: Lisa Rani Ray
Born place: Toronto, Canada
Born date: April 4, 1972
Parents: The father was Bengali Indian and the mother Polish
Eye color: Green
Hair color: Brown-dark
Height: 5' 8" (173 cm)
Other names: Lisa Ray
Spouse: No husband but she lives with her partner Paolo Zambaldi
Children: No children
Occupation: Actress, model
Years active: 2001 – present
Studies: Etobicoke Collegiate Institute, Richview Collegiate Institute and Silverthorn Collegiate Institute
- "The Summit" (2008) (mini) TV mini-series
- Toronto Stories (2008)
- I Can't Think Straight (2007)
- Kill Kill Faster Faster (2008)
- The World Unseen (2007)
- All Hat (2007)
- "Blood Ties" (1 episode, 2007)
- Let the Game Begin (2007)
- A Stone's Throw (2006)
- Quarter Life Crisis (2006)
- Seeking Fear (2005)
- Water (2005)
- "The Standard" (2005) TV series
- Ball & Chain (2004)
- Bollywood/Hollywood (2002)
- Takkari Donga (2002)
- Kasoor (2001)
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