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December 13, 1988 |
|Hair color||Light brown|
|Manager||Visionary Entertainment Management - LA, Photo/Genics Los Angeles, Wilhelmina Miami, Why Not Milan, W Korea, Bravo Tokyo|
Charan Andreas (born December 13, 1988 in Austin, Texas) is an American actor and fashion model. He co-starred in the TNT mini-series Lucky Chance, as well as playing a transvestite in the Nick Cassavetes film My Sister's Keeper. He has been in ad campaigns for Juicy Couture, which had billboards worldwide from Tokyo to Times Square. He has been featured in Elle with Gwen Stefani, Vogue Italia, Vogue, W, Vanity Fair, Harper's Bazaar, Teen Vogue, Maxim Italia, Kult, Qvest among others. He was photographed and interviewed by Patrick Ecclesine in the book Faces of Sunset Boulevard.
He appears as the lead in several music videos, including David Guetta and Chris Willis's "Gettin' Over You" featuring Fergie and LMFAO, Narsha's Mamma Mia, as well as in Selena Gomez's "Love You Like a Love Song", in which he played the 50s love interest.
|2007||Reno 911!||Punk kid|
|2011||Take Me Home Tonight||Highschool Student||uncredited|
|2012||Reality Show||Dan||3 episodes|
- `Official Website
- `Charan Twitter
- `Charan's Facebook Fan Page
- `Charan's Youtube Page'
- `Charan Andreas' portfolio
- Charan Andreas at the Internet Movie Database
- on YouTube
- on YouTube
- Charan andreas. (n.d.). Retrieved December 8, 2012, from http://www.charanandreas.com
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