Thomas Tevana

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Thomas Tevana (born Thomas Umer Tevana August 16, 1978 in San Francisco, California) is an American actor and former model of Indian and Pakistani descent.

Background[edit]

Thomas Tevana was born to a politically connected Indian family. His father was a diplomat and his great-grandfather was the Punjab state's last Pre-Partition Premier. After graduating high school at age 16, Tevana obtained degrees from UCLA and UCSB in Business and Communications. He then signed as a model with Wilhelmina Models NY.

Career[edit]

Tevana is best known in Bollywood for his role of FBI Agent Manoj Bhatnagar in the controversial film Jo Bole So Nihaal. He began his acting career in 1995 and has appeared on TV shows including One Life to Live, JAG, and The Pretender. As part of their annual compilation, Tevana was voted one of US Based PEOPLE Magazine's "50 Hottest".

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