The Everything Geek Podcast is DELIGHTED to announce that actor Abhin Galeya is the next actor we’re confirming for a celebrity guest interview on the podcast!
Abhin is best known for playing Salman Paak in Andor, PC Arun Ghir and Dalbeer Singh in The Bill and Ash in Cleanskin. His other notable roles include Zamen Essayah in Peacemaker, Abu Salim in The Girl from Oslo, Judas in Jesus: His Life, Ash in Takeover, Salim Hannachi and Malick Tamboura in Amnesia: Rebirth, Jaivin Vasami in Flim: The Movie, Chris in Let Me Go, Psycho Ali in Living with the Infidels, Mohan in The Blue Tower, Vijay in Wimbledon, John the Baptist in Killing Jesus, Egyptian Soldier #1 in Exodus: Gods and Kings, DC Simon Tait in M.I.T.: Murder Investigation Team, Harry in Waking the Dead, Daniel Doshi in Silent Witness, Amar Jindal and Matt Whitehead in Doctors, Doctor Raj Chandraty in Father Brown, Wasam Madani in Hustle and Oedipus in Rome. Abhin’s other acting roles include Additional Voices on Assassin’s Creed: Origins.
We’re looking forward to chatting with and interviewing Abhin on the podcast. If you have any questions for Abhin please feel free to leave them in the comments. We’ll make sure to post updates once a date is confirmed for Abhin to be on the podcast.
By Ruari Williamson
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November 6, 2022 (19:23)
Regarding: Abhin Galeya
Are you on iTunes podcast?
My questions for Abhin:
1) Where did he obtain his training as an actor? I believe he was in London, UK…..
2) How long did it take for him to become a recognized actor after his training?
3) Did his advisors at his school from where he obtained his training open the door for him to audition?
4) What inspires him to disappear in a role?
5) How does he interpret a role that he is auditioning?
November 6, 2022 (22:17)
Thanks for your questions and interest in our upcoming interview with Abhin. We’re not on iTunes currently but we do want to put the podcast on a lot more platforms, including iTunes.