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Nuah Ozryel



Nuah Ozryel was born in Windsor, Canada and went to high school in Lahore, Pakistan. He started acting in school plays at the age of 8 and regionally at the age of 16 for the Lahore Arts Council, Alhamra Arts Center.

The following year, he returned to Canada and auditioned for the undergraduate theatre program at the University of Toronto. He studied acting under the tutelage of Canadian theatre director Ken Gass, the founder of The Factory Theatre, Canadian actors Steven Bush and Niky Guadagni and German director Johanna Schall. In the summer of 2008, he performed at the Piccolo Teatro Di Milano in Milan, Italy. He made his film and television debut in the feature ‘Moments Before’ and a commercial for the Anxiety Disorders Association of Canada.

In September of 2008, he started training at Columbia University in the Graduate Acting Program under Academy Award winner Olympia Dukakis, Tony winner Andrei Serban, Emmy Winner John Erman, Artistic Director of the SITI Company Anne Bogart and the Founder of the Linklater Voice Technique, Kristin Linklater. 

Since graduating, Nuah has been auditioning for film, TV and theater in New York. He has performed for Off-Broadway company Mabou Mines, Isle of Shoals and Polybe and Seats. 

His interests include working out, exploring different neighborhoods and restaurants in NYC, traveling, reading biographies, learning new languages and researching wine making (grapes, soil topography, regions and history).

His mantra is “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” (Winston Churchill)



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