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So I went to Rada." She has yet to take up her studies in mime.
In 2014, she began playing Ellaria Sand on HBO’s Game of Thrones. She joined England’s Musical Youth Theatre Company and later trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
She was brought up in Bath, an only child of relatively elderly parents who were often mistaken for her grandparents which, she says, "was awful".
Varma remembers them "being slightly patronised because they'd speak with an accent.
I didn't want to spend my life playing one part." The Vertical Hour is about as far a cry as possible from her professional debut in 1996 straight out of Rada, which may as well have been called The Horizontal Hour-and-a-Half."It wasn't called Kama Sutra when we were filming it," she says. And then it says in the script, 'They make love', when you're young and naive and stupid you don't process the idea that it will take one day with your kit off to shoot that sentence."I remember phoning home crying and my dad saying, 'Don't worry, at least there's no sex in it.'" Her father, who she'd kept in the dark about the film's content, never saw Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love. The film, helmed by Monsoon Wedding director Mira Nair and largely starring British Indian actors donning accents, for a while fixed Varma as an Asian actress and, she thinks, stalled her career."At that time it came with the territory of being part Asian - that's how you were seen. She played her first large role in the 1996 Indian film Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love, which was directed by Mira Nair . British actress who appeared in TV series such as Rome and Human Target and in films such as Bride and Prejudice.She performed in a 1997 production of Shakespeare’s Othello at London’s National Theatre. The 1970s were a "pivot of change", it was an era of economic struggle, cultural change, and technological innovation.When there's a writer in the room, you respect every single word and beat and piece of punctuation.It is like a piece of music and they know their score." Nevertheless, the decision to play Nadia, by far her largest leading theatre role to date, remains a forthright choice for both the actress and for director Jeremy Herrin. If you've got a long nose and big arse or something, people will go, 'She's strong, let's have her in that part.'" Rome secured her a ride, along with a lot of British actors, on the gravy train to American television, landing her a role opposite Stanley Tucci in the neurosurgery drama, 3lbs.