|Aparna Brielle Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 5 in|
|Date of Birth||February 5, 1994|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Aparna Brielle is an American actor, dancer, and producer who has been cast in shows and movies such as Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life, A.P. Bio, Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, Dead Girls Detective Agency, Infinite Issues, The Librarians, Girly Tales, and Grimm.
Clackamas, Oregon, United States
Los Angeles, California, United States
Aparna Brielle studied at Valley Catholic School (then known as St. Mary of the Valley) in Beaverton, Oregon. She then got enrolled at Arts & Communications High School and eventually attended Linfield College as a marketing major.
Actor, Dancer, Producer
- Father – Partha Rajagopal
- Mother – Girija Parthasarathy
- Siblings – Vijay (Younger Brother)
Aparna Brielle has been signed with Momentum Talent and Literary Agency, Talent and Literary Agency, Burbank, California, United States.
5 ft 5 in or 165 cm
50 kg or 110 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Aparna Brielle Facts
- Aparna uses she/her pronouns.
- She was born to an Indian-American couple.
- Aparna grew up in the Cedar Mill area of the Portland, Oregon, metropolitan area.
- She was 9 years old when she became one of the youngest Bharatanatyam dancers in the world to graduate in an Arangetram performance after a mere 3 years of training.
- She appeared as an Attractive Woman in an episode titled How to Survive Your Roommate’s Girlfriend of the sitcom Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life in February 2016.
- In 2018, Aparna Brielle started playing the recurring role of Sarika Sarkar in the comedy television series A.P. Bio. Her character on the show was described as “a career-driven student who’s constantly trying to do everything right and climb the ladder”.
- She brought to life the character of Jihad, a Muslim girl sent to the U.S. by her mother, in the 2019 buddy comedy film Jay and Silent Bob Reboot.
- Aparna Brielle has been friends with Harley Quinn Smith, daughter of filmmaker and actor Kevin Smith.
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