Shishir Kurup

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Shishir Kurup
Born November 2, 1961[1]
Mumbai, India[1]

Shishir Ravindran Kurup[1] (born November 2, 1961) is an Indian-born American actor. He played Dr. Singh on the sci-fi series Surface, and also had roles on the series Heroes, Lost and True Blood.

He made a guest appearance as Dr. Singh in Good Luck Charlie with Bridgit Mendler and after that, he played Mo Banjaree's over-protective father in Lemonade Mouth, reuniting with Mendler, who portrayed shy and innocent Olivia White, and becoming close friends with his co-star and T.V daughter, Naomi Scott and her parents, eventually visiting them in London after shooting the movie. Kurup was born in Mumbai, India of Malayali background, the son of Bhavani and Ravi Kurup.[1]

Kurup is also a playwright and theatrical director, and a member of the Cornerstone Theater Company in Los Angeles.

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Note- Shishir played Mo Banjaree's father in the Disney Channel Original Movie Lemonade Mouth