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|Residence||New York City|
|Alma mater||New York University|
|Occupation||Television director, Film director|
Varghese was born in Adoor, Kerala and moved out to United States at the age of four along with his parents. He was working at Unilever for a short period before starting his television career. He is an alumnus of New York University.
Varghese directed several short films early in his career.
Shortfilms (as director)
|2010||Return Address||Jim Donovan, Jon Crefeld, Mary-Nicole Dorn|
|2009||The Blood Bank||Dan Conrad, Marc Seidenstein|
|2008||The Master Chef||David T. Crowe, Dan Conrad, Greg Vorob|
|2007||Wintimidation||Dan Conrad, Greg Vorob, Jeanine Marie Conrad|
|2007||I'm Bill Myrtle, Your Next Congressman||Greg Vorob, Dan Conrad, Elmer J. Santos|
Varghese is perhaps best known for his Netflix released show Brown Nation. The show released on November 15, 2016 and currently has an 8.6 on IMDb and a 99% on Rotten Tomatoes. Akkara Kazhchakal is a Malayalam sitcom that aired on Kairali TV from 2008 to 2010.
Television Series (as director)
|2016||Brown Nation||Rajeev Varma,Shenaz Treasuryvala,Omi Vaidya||Netflix|
|2008||Akkarakazhchakal||Josekutty Valiyakallumkal, Sajini Sachariah, Jacob Gregory|
Abi Varghese made his feature film directorial debut with Akkarakazhchakal:The Movie in 2011 which was released in the United States.The movie was based out of his earlier sitcom Akkarakazhchakal.His second film is Monsoon Mangoes. which has Fahad Fasil as the lead actor.  He has a production house named ‘Infamous Coconut Productions'.
Filmography (as director)
|2011||Akkarakazhchakal: The Movie||Josekutty Valiyakallumkal, Sajini Sachariah, Jacob Gregory|
|2016||Monsoon Mangoes||Fahadh Faasil, Vijay Raaz, Vinay Forrt|
- Passow, Sam. "Forward Direction: Abi Varghese", The Record (Bergen County), April 4, 2017. Accessed May 16, 2017. "'We always thought the Indian community was not represented in the comedy platform, especially the Indian diaspora who are from abroad,' says Varghese, a Norwood resident who grew up in Englewood after his family immigrated here when he was a kid."
- "Comedy on a platter". The Hindu. 2016-01-07. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 2016-01-12.
- "Accent on humour". The Hindu. 2008-08-29. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 2015-12-28.