|Born||Rakwana, Sri Lanka|
Darshan Dharmaraj (Tamil: தர்ஷன் தர்மராஜ், Sinhalese: දර්ශන් ධර්මරාජ්) is an award-winning actor in Sri Lankan cinema. He made his first television appearance through the Sidney Chandrasekara's teledrama A9. He was awarded Best Actor Awards at several Film festivals in Sri Lanka for his portrayal as ex-LTTE cadre in Asoka Handagama's movie Ini Avan (2012).
In 2008, Dharmaraj was choosed for Sinhala script by Sydney Chandrasekara's film A-Nine. Although he was not fluent with Sinhala at that moment, he learnt the language within three months as he said. He started cinema career with the 2008 film Prabhakaran.
|2009||Ira Handa Yata||LTTE soldier||Sinhala|
|2012||Ini Avan (Him, Here After)||Avan||Tamil|
|2015||Address Na (No Address)||Gubbayame Goring||Sinhala|
|2016||Ulath Ekai Pilath Ekai||Karapitiye Darshan||Sinhala|
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