IamA white guy who was a Bollywood actor for 5 years, here 'cos a film I did 10 years ago is finally coming out, AMA!
My short bio: G'day reddit. I'm Harry Key - I did an AMA a while back that was somewhat popular (I talked about a few Weinstein-esque creepy touchy incidents which seemed to pique people's interest). I have done a few interesting things, but the most interesting was that between 2005-2010 I was an actor working in Bollywood, playing the white man in films, TV serials and commercials and things. There was a documentary about Bollywood which I was a part of which is on Netflix - called Beyond Bollywood. Worth a watch, it's quite well made, I reckon.
One of my first 'proper' film roles was playing a British officer in a film called 'The Flag', which is now releasing as 'Hamara Tiranga'. We shot it sometime in 2006 (I think?) and it's been on the shelf FOREVER. Well, the producer is finally releasing it so I thought I'd do another AMA.
Other interesting things: I was a wedding planner, went on Channel 4's First Dates, and was on Car Crash Britain, now I do coaching around how we speak, and sometimes work in prisons, wrote a book about speaking and stuff... Umm. Is that enough?
My Proof: Me: https://imgur.com/o0gOVcF My IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3170598/ My book: www.amazon.co.uk/dp/0273785389 Edit to add: Proof that I was a wedding planner (a doco series was made about that too, forgot to mention): http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/tv-and-radio/friday-january-24-20140122-3180s.html