Dev Patel (born 23 April 1990) is an English actor. Born and raised in
London to Gujarati Indian Hindu parents, Patel made his screen
Anwar Kharral in the first two seasons of the British
television teen drama Skins (2007–2008), landing the role with no
prior professional acting experience. His breakthrough came in 2008
with the leading role of Jamal Malik in Danny Boyle's drama Slumdog
Millionaire, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture, and for
which he was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Actor and the SAG
Award for Best Supporting Actor.
Patel went on to star in the highly successful romantic comedy The
Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2012) and its 2015 sequel, the fantasy
The Last Airbender
The Last Airbender (2010), and the science fiction crime thriller
film Chappie (2015). His portrayal of Neal Sampat on the HBO
television series The Newsroom (2012–2014) earned him a NAACP Image
Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series.
In 2015, Patel starred as the mathematician
Srinivasa Ramanujan in the
biopic The Man Who Knew Infinity, and the following year he played
Saroo Brierley in the drama Lion (2016). For the latter, he won the
BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor
BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actor and was nominated for the Golden
Globe, SAG Award, and the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.
1 Early life
2.1 2006–2007: Early beginnings with Skins
2.2 2008–2010: Breakthrough with Slumdog Millionaire
2.3 2011–present: Further film and television work and Lion
3 Personal life
4.3 Video games
5 Awards and nominations
6 See also
8 External links
Dev Patel was born on 23 April 1990 in Harrow, the son of Anita,
a care worker, and Raj, an IT consultant. His parents are
Gujarati Indian Hindus, though they were both born in Nairobi,
where there is a significant Indian community; they emigrated to
England separately in their teens, and first met in London.
Patel was raised in the Hindu faith. He speaks mostly English, but
can also speak some Gujarati. His ancestors hail from
Unjha in Gujarat. He grew up in the
Rayners Lane district of Harrow
and attended Longfield Middle School. Patel had his first acting role
Andrew Aguecheek in the school's production of Twelfth
Night. He was given the Best Actor award for his performance.
Patel later attended Whitmore High School, receiving an A* in GCSE
Drama for his "self-penned portrayal of a child in the Beslan school
siege". His drama teacher Niamh Wright has stated, "Dev was a gifted
student who quickly impressed me with his innate ability to
communicate a wide variety of characters imaginatively and creatively.
He was awarded full marks for his GCSE performance to a live audience
and the visiting examiner was moved to tears by his honest
portrayal." He completed his AS Levels in PE, Biology, History,
and Drama in 2007 at
Whitmore High School while working on Skins.
Patel said that he was "bloody energetic" as a child, and used to get
in trouble at school because of it. He started training at the Rayners
Lane Academy of
Taekwondo in 2000. He competed regularly in both
national and international championships, including the 2004 AIMAA
(Action International Martial Arts Association) World Championships in
Dublin, where he won a bronze medal. The World
Championships took place in October 2004, when he was a red belt
competing in the junior division against other red and black belts. He
made it to the semi-finals, where he lost to Irish black belt Niall
Fitzmaurice in "a very close and tough fight", and ended up
winning a bronze medal. He later gained a 1st dan black belt in
2006–2007: Early beginnings with Skins
In 2006, Patel began his acting career when he auditioned for the E4
teen drama television series Skins. Patel's mother saw the casting ad
in a newspaper and took him to the audition even though he had a
science exam the next day. After two auditions, he was cast in the
role of Anwar Kharral, a British Pakistani Muslim teenager. The
characterisation of Anwar was partly based on Patel's personality and
the role was written specifically for him after he was cast in
Skins. Patel, who had no professional acting experience, said that
on "the first day of shooting I didn't really know what to do."
The first series of the show aired in January 2007 and went on to win
Rose d'Or for Drama in 2008 and receive a nomination for Best
Drama Series at the 2008 BAFTA Television Awards. Patel
reprised his role as Anwar for the second series of Skins, which aired
in February 2008. The second series of Skins won the Philips Audience
Award at the 2009 BAFTA Television Awards.
2008–2010: Breakthrough with Slumdog Millionaire
Patel in 2008
Patel made his feature film debut when he was cast in the role of
Jamal Malik, the central character in Danny Boyle's film Slumdog
Millionaire. The character Jamal Malik is an Indian Muslim boy
born and brought up in the poverty of Bombay, India. Boyle
considered hundreds of young male actors, but found that Bollywood
leads were generally "strong, handsome hero-types", not the
personality he was looking for. Boyle's 17-year-old daughter
Caitlin pointed him to Skins.
After five auditions for the role, the actor was eventually cast
in August 2007. The film's producer found the original choice for
the lead role, Ruslaan Mumtaz, too good looking for the role.
Boyle said, "I wanted a guy who didn't look like a potential
hero; I wanted him to earn that in the film." To prepare for
the role, Patel went along with Boyle while scouting for filming
locations, where he was able to observe the
Dharavi slums for himself.
He also worked at a call centre for a day and in a hotel, where he
After the release of
Slumdog Millionaire at the end of 2008, Patel
went on to receive a number of awards for his performance, including a
British Independent Film Award, National Board of Review (NBR)
Chicago Film Critics Association Award, and two Black
Reel Awards for Best Actor and Best Breakthrough Performance.
Patel was also nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the 2009 Screen
Actors Guild (SAG) Awards. The award eventually went posthumously to
Heath Ledger for his performance in The Dark Knight, though Patel did
win the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a
Cast in a Motion Picture, which he shared with ten other cast members
from Slumdog Millionaire. On 8 January 2009, Patel won the
Critics' Choice Award for Best Young Performer. He was also
nominated for two
London Critics Circle Film Awards, the NAACP
Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor, the 2009 BAFTA Award
for Best Leading Actor, and European Film Award for Best
Actor. The film itself won four Golden Globes, including Best
Drama Film, and eight Academy Awards, including Best Picture.
Patel at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival
Zuko in M. Night Shyamalan's The Last Airbender, a
feature film adaptation of the animated series Avatar: The Last
Airbender, which was released 1 July 2010 to extremely
negative reviews. Despite being a commercial success, the film was a
critical failure and Patel even received a
Razzie Award nomination as
Worst Supporting Actor that year, although his role was well received,
and was considered by many to be one of the film's positive
Patel later starred in the short film The Commuter, which was
directed by the McHenry Brothers to promote the
Nokia N8 smartphone in
the U.K. Fans who won a Nokia UK run competition starred alongside
Dev Patel in the short film. Patel co-starred in The Best
Exotic Marigold Hotel (2012), directed by John Madden, with Judi
Bill Nighy and Maggie Smith, which received positive reviews
from critics and was a box office success, grossing $136
million. For the role, he had to take lessons in perfecting an
Indian-English accent, as his native English accent was so strong.
2011–present: Further film and television work and Lion
From 2012 to 2014, Patel had a supporting role in the 2012 HBO
television series The Newsroom as Neal Sampat, blogger for news anchor
Will McAvoy. He also appeared alongside
James Franco and Heather
Graham in About Cherry, which premiered at the 2012 Berlin
International Film Festival.
In 2014, Patel starred alongside
Robert Sheehan and
Zoë Kravitz in
the film, The Road Within, about three unlikely friends, one with
Tourette's syndrome (Sheehan), one with OCD (Patel) and an anorexic
woman (Kravitz) who go on a road trip. The film received generally
mixed reviews. Variety had positive words for the "bristling and
committed performances by Robert Sheehan,
Dev Patel and Zoe Kravitz"
while noting that "there remains a nagging tidiness to the whole
endeavor that leaves a strained, cloying aftertaste" that kept the
movie from truly succeeding.
In 2016, Patel starred as
Saroo Brierley in the biographical film
Lion, directed by
Garth Davis and co-starring
Nicole Kidman and Rooney
Mara, which premiered to rave reviews and "Oscar buzz" at the 2016
Toronto International Film Festival. The film is based
on the non-fiction novel written by Brierley titled A Long Way
Home. Patel won the
BAFTA awards for 'Best Supporting Actor'. At
the 89th Academy Awards, he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor
He began dating his
Slumdog Millionaire co-star
Freida Pinto in
2009. On 10 December 2014, the couple announced that they had
split after nearly six years of dating. In March 2017 Patel's
Tilda Cobham-Hervey became public, after meeting 9
months earlier on the set of Hotel Mumbai.
The Last Airbender
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
The Road Within
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
The Man Who Knew Infinity
The Wedding Guest
The Last Airbender
Awards and nominations
Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Dev Patel
List of actors with Academy Award nominations
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Awards for Dev Patel
AACTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Barry Humphries (1974)
Reg Lyle (1975)
Drew Forsythe (1976)
John Ewart (1977)
Ray Barrett (1978)
Alwyn Kurts (1979)
Bryan Brown (1980)
Bill Hunter (1981)
Warren Mitchell (1982)
John Hargreaves (1983)
Steve Bisley (1984)
Nique Needles (1985)
John Hargreaves (1986)
Ben Mendelsohn (1987)
Kym Gyngell (1988)
Chris Haywood (1989)
Steve Bisley (1990)
Russell Crowe (1991)
Barry Otto (1992)
David Ngoombujarra (1993)
Max Cullen (1994)
Ray Barrett (1995)
Armin Mueller-Stahl (1996)
Andrew S. Gilbert (1997)
John Polson (1998)
Bryan Brown (1999)
Simon Lyndon (2000)
Vince Colosimo (2001)
Nathaniel Dean (2002)
David Ngoombujarra (2003)
Erik Thomson (2004)
Anthony Hayes (2005)
Anthony Hayes (2006)
Marton Csokas (2007)
Luke Ford (2008)
Oscar Isaac (2009)
Joel Edgerton (2010)
Hugo Weaving (2011)
Antony Starr (2012)
Joel Edgerton (2013)
Yılmaz Erdoğan (2014)
Hugo Weaving (2015)
Hugo Weaving (2016)
Dev Patel (2017)
AACTA International Award for Best Supporting Actor
Robert De Niro
Robert De Niro (2012)
Michael Fassbender (2013)
J. K. Simmons
J. K. Simmons (2014)
Mark Rylance (2015)
Dev Patel (2016)
Sam Rockwell (2017)
BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Ian Holm (1968)
Laurence Olivier (1969)
Colin Welland (1970)
Edward Fox (1971)
Ben Johnson (1972)
Arthur Lowe (1973)
John Gielgud (1974)
Fred Astaire (1975)
Brad Dourif (1976)
Edward Fox (1977)
John Hurt (1978)
Robert Duvall (1979)
Ian Holm (1981)
Jack Nicholson (1982)
Denholm Elliott (1983)
Denholm Elliott (1984)
Denholm Elliott (1985)
Ray McAnally (1986)
Daniel Auteuil (1987)
Michael Palin (1988)
Ray McAnally (1989)
Salvatore Cascio (1990)
Alan Rickman (1991)
Gene Hackman (1992)
Ralph Fiennes (1993)
Samuel L. Jackson
Samuel L. Jackson (1994)
Tim Roth (1995)
Paul Scofield (1996)
Tom Wilkinson (1997)
Geoffrey Rush (1998)
Jude Law (1999)
Benicio del Toro
Benicio del Toro (2000)
Jim Broadbent (2001)
Christopher Walken (2002)
Bill Nighy (2003)
Clive Owen (2004)
Jake Gyllenhaal (2005)
Alan Arkin (2006)
Javier Bardem (2007)
Heath Ledger (2008)
Christoph Waltz (2009)
Geoffrey Rush (2010)
Christopher Plummer (2011)
Christoph Waltz (2012)
Barkhad Abdi (2013)
J. K. Simmons
J. K. Simmons (2014)
Mark Rylance (2015)
Dev Patel (2016)
Sam Rockwell (2017)
Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Young Performer
Jonathan Lipnicki (1996)
Jurnee Smollett (1997)
Ian Michael Smith (1998)
Haley Joel Osment
Haley Joel Osment (1999)
Jamie Bell (2000)
Dakota Fanning (2001)
Kieran Culkin (2002)
Keisha Castle-Hughes (2003)
Freddie Highmore /
Emmy Rossum (2004)
Freddie Highmore /
Dakota Fanning (2005)
Paul Dano /
Abigail Breslin (2006)
Ahmad Khan Mahmidzada /
Nikki Blonsky (2007)
Dev Patel (2008)
Saoirse Ronan (2009)
Hailee Steinfeld (2010)
Thomas Horn (2011)
Quvenzhané Wallis (2012)
Adèle Exarchopoulos (2013)
Ellar Coltrane (2014)
Jacob Tremblay (2015)
Lucas Hedges (2016)
Brooklynn Prince (2017)
National Board of Review Award for Breakthrough Performance
Alicia Silverstone (1995)
Renée Zellweger (1996)
Bai Ling (1997)
Billy Crudup /
Angelina Jolie (1998)
Hilary Swank /
Wes Bentley (1999)
Jamie Bell /
Michelle Rodriguez (2000)
Hayden Christensen /
Naomi Watts (2001)
Maggie Gyllenhaal / Derek Luke (2002)
Charlize Theron /
Paul Giamatti (2003)
Emmy Rossum /
Topher Grace (2004)
Q'orianka Kilcher /
Terrence Howard (2005)
Jennifer Hudson /
Rinko Kikuchi /
Ryan Gosling (2006)
Ellen Page /
Emile Hirsch (2007)
Viola Davis /
Dev Patel (2008)
Gabourey Sidibe /
Jeremy Renner (2009)
Jennifer Lawrence (2010)
Rooney Mara /
Felicity Jones (2011)
Quvenzhané Wallis / Tom Holland (2012)
Adèle Exarchopoulos /
Michael B. Jordan
Michael B. Jordan (2013)
Jack O'Connell (2014)
Abraham Attah /
Jacob Tremblay (2015)
Lucas Hedges / Royalty Hightower (2016)
Timothée Chalamet (2017)
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