Koel Purie

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Koel Purie
Koel Purie.jpg
Born (1978-11-25) 25 November 1978 (age 38)
Delhi, India
Occupation Actress, Anchor
Spouse(s) Laurent Rinchet

Koel Purie Rinchet (born 25 November 1978 in Delhi, India) is an Indian film actress who made her debut with Rahul Bose's directorial venture Everybody Says I'm Fine! in 2001[1] and later featured in Road to Ladakh starring alongside Irrfan Khan. She attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art London.[2]

Purie hosts a talk show On The Couch With Koel on the Indian news channel Headlines Today. Purie is the daughter of media tycoon Aroon Purie.

Filmography[edit]

TV[edit]

  • Trial & Retribution: Sins of the Father (2006) (TV) (uncredited) .... Margaret Dawes
  • Fairy Tales .... Shekeelia (1 episode, 2008) - "The Empress's New Clothes" (2008) TV
  • Losing Gemma (2006) (TV) .... Coral
  • The Afternoon Play .... Sonia Bhose (1 episode, 2005) - "Reverse Psychology" (2005) TV
  • Dirty War (2004) (TV) .... DC Sameena Habibullah
  • As If .... Travel Agent (1 episode, 2004) - "Jamie's POV" (2004) TV
  • Indian Dream (2003) (TV) .... Neeraj
  • The Vice .... WPC Charlie Carter (1 episode, 2003) - "Gameboys" (2003) TV episode .... WPC Charlie Carter
  • Holby City .... Seleena Chowdhury (1 episode, 2003) - "For Better, for Worse" (2003) TV
  • Aaj Ki Naari....Deepika (all episodes)- DD Metro (1998)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Koel Purie". IMDb.
  2. ^ Roy, Amit (17 December 2004). "Red Hot". The Telegraph. Retrieved 13 May 2011.