Brinda Dixit is an exciting multi-ethnic young actress whose work spans mediums, continents, and languages. Best known for her roles as Sarah Jane Patel in Hallmark's Redemption in Cherry Springs, Brinda has played key roles in the Amazon Prime India pilot Breakfast in Bangalore, James Franco's Sleepaway Slasher, and can be seen in the upcoming Magic Hour starring the dashing Miriam Shor.
Her stage work includes the world premieres of Manhattan Theatre Club's India Pale Ale and Mike Lew/Rehana Mirza's Bhangin' It in New York City.
Born in California and a graduate of the prestigious NYU Tisch School of the Arts drama program, she was hand-selected to take part in London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts' Shakespeare in Performance and NYU Florence's Commedia Dell'Arte programs where her strong yet soft, playful yet focused work received numerous accolades.
She is fluent in Spanish and Hindi, and regularly performs Bharatanatyam, a classical Indian dance-drama of which she is a 4th generation practitioner. She just minted her first NFT, a music video she sang and acted in.