Jason Tham

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Jason Tham
Born Jason tham
New York
Nationality Indian
Alma mater Stratford University
Occupation
  • Choreographer
  • Dancer
  • Actor
Years active 2011–present
Style
  • Hip Hop
  • Contemporary
  • Acro Yoga
  • Aerial

Jason Tham is an Indian dancer, choreographer and actor. He was one of the contestant on the reality dance competition Just Dance in India and played the parallel lead on Channel V dance-based fiction show Dil Dosti Dance.[1]

Early life[edit]

Tham was born the youngest of three children in New York, USA to Chinese parents who moved to Delhi, India when he was young. He did his schooling from Don Bosco New Delhi and then graduated from Stratford University in 2011. His parents own their own businesses in New Delhi, India. He started learning to dance in 2008 and is a self-taught actor, dancer and choreographer. He participated in a number of reality TV shows including Just Dance, Dance India Dance, AXN's India's minute to win it season 2 and NDTV's Swiss made dreams. Tham then moved to Mumbai in 2013 to further his career in the entertainment industry.

Just dance[edit]

Jason Tham competed on the Star Plus reality dance competition, Just Dance. He was the Top 21 contestants of Just Dance 2011.[2] He appeared as a Dance Choreographer in Dance India Dance season 4 and Boogie Woogie.[citation needed]

Acting career[edit]

Choreographer/ Choreographer Assistant TV Channel
Reality shows
Dance India Dance Supermoms Season 1 Zee TV
Dance India Dance Season 4 Zee TV
Boogie Woogie lil' champs Sony
Jhalak dikhlaja Colours
Dare 2 Dance Life-OK
Dance India Dance Supermoms Season 2 Zee TV

Filmography[edit]

Television[edit]

TV Show TV Channel Character played
Dil Dosti Dance Channel V India Karma Wangchuk
Dosti... Yariyaan... Manmarziyan Star Plus Teji
Agent Raghav - Crime Branch &TV Agent Bikram
Ek Deewaana Tha Sony TV Detective Freddy D’Mello

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tham to join Dil Dosti Dance". tellychakkar.com.
  2. ^ "The Top 21 Contestants".

External links[edit]