Sartaj Garewal

Sartaj Garewal is a British actor and voice artist who works in films, TV, theatre and audio.

Films include The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003), Dirty War (2004), The Infidel (2010) and Baseline (2010).

Notable stage performances include Behind The Beautiful Forevers (National Theatre) 2015. Other theatre includes Romeo & Juliet (Royal Exchange Manchester), Taming of the Shrew (Arcola Theatre), East is East (New Vic Theatre, Stoke), Too Close to Home (Lyric Hammersmith, and Tinderbox (Bush Theatre) 2008.

He played the lead role of Kuljit in BBC radio drama Silver Street for 6 years and has narrated various audiobooks including Cutting For Stone by Abraham Verghese, Jubilee by Shelley Harris and Playing It My Way, Sachin Tendulkar's autobiography. He has also featured on The Archers and BBC Radio 4's Book At Bedtime.

Born and raised in Wiltshire, Garewal holds a BA(Hons) Accounting & Finance.

Garewal played Jasper Choudhury in over 50 episodes in Season 2 of US teen drama House of Anubis for Nickelodeon in 2012.


Year Title Role Notes
2014 Cats and Trees Shiv Completed
2012 Tezz Anil's Friend
2012 House of Anubis Jasper Choudhuary 39 episodes
2012 L8r Mr. Ackland episode: Youngers 2
2011 Densi Boyz Menon
2010 Law and Order: UK Ravi Luthra episode: Defence
2010 Non-Resident Raj Short
2010 Baseline Fiaz
2010 The Infidel Wasif
2008 Christie Mo Video Short
2006 The Amazing Adrenalini Brothers Darshan Voice
2003-2004 Casualty PC Whatmore / PC Davies TV Series
2004 Dirty War Bomb Incident Room Officer TV Movie
2004 Keen Eddie PC Henning episode: Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité
2003 The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Rocket Room Crewman
2003 Doctors Malvin Dale episode: Assisted Passage
2000 The Bill Rudy Ramphal episode: Riot City
2000 EastEnders Paramedic episode: Episode dated 17 January 2000

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