Sahil has studied his craft in India, America and now Australia, where he calls home.
Most recently, he played Sam in ABC’s Jack Irish and on stage, he played Poorna in Melbourne Talam – part of MTC’s 2017 Education Season – and Harry in The Way Out, for Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre.
His 2016 theatre credits include Spare Production’s Emma’s House Special and MTC’s A Long Way Home.
Sahil recently starred in his first major film production, The Colour of Darkness, which was written and directed by Girish Makwana and premiered at the 2016 Indian Film Festival Melbourne, and released Australia wide in May 2017.
A student of Melbourne Actor’s Lab for the past four years, Sahil is also taking private lessons in PEM (Perdekamp Emotional Method – developed and designed by German director and playwright Stephan Perdekamp), an emerging teaching technique for method acting. He has undertaken training at MTC, VCA, The University of Michigan and Second City in Chicago.
While growing up in India, Sahil trained as a Bollywood dancer and now regularly performs with Jalwa Dance Company in Melbourne. Additionally, he performed his stand-up comedy show The Late Night Show at Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2015.
Never one to shy away from a challenge, he enjoys practicing fire twirling and gymnastics in his spare time.