Andover Biography - Kunal Sharma

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In 2004 Kunal Sharma appeared in the independent supernatural thriller "VooDoo Dancer" filmed in Andover and North Andover. After being recruited by a talent scout, Kunal Sharma was cast for a role on Disney's "Phil of the Future" in 2005 when he was 17.
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Kunal Sharma began his acting career as a small boy. In 2004 he appeared in the independent supernatural thriller "VooDoo Dancer" filmed in Andover and North Andover. After being recruited by a talent scout and moving to California, Kunal was cast for a role on Disney's "Phil of the Future" in 2001 at 17.
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At 22 he appeared in another independent film "The Kids are Always Right, which stared Julianne Moore, Annette Benning and Mark Ruffalo. He also has appeared on episodes of The Office, Castle, Commander in Chief, Vernonica Mars, Crossing Jordan, and Hannah Montana.
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At 22 he appeared in another independent film "The Kids are Always Right", which stared Julianne Moore, Annette Benning and Mark Ruffalo. He also has appeared on episodes of "The Office", "Castle", "Commander in Chief", "Vernonica Mars", "Crossing Jordan", and "Hannah Montana".
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Kunal Sharma began his acting career as a small boy. In 2004 he appeared in the independent supernatural thriller "VooDoo Dancer" filmed in Andover and North Andover. After being recruited by a talent scout and moving to California, Kunal was cast for a role on Disney's "Phil of the Future" in 2001 at 17.

At 22 he appeared in another independent film "The Kids are Always Right", which stared Julianne Moore, Annette Benning and Mark Ruffalo. He also has appeared on episodes of "The Office", "Castle", "Commander in Chief", "Vernonica Mars", "Crossing Jordan", and "Hannah Montana".

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