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Tiya Sircar stars on the NBC hit comedy, “The Good Place,” in which Entertainment Weekly dubbed her the series ‘Scene Stealer.’” She appears on the comedy opposite Kristen Bell and Ted Danson in multiple shifting roles, from an altruistic human rights lawyer to a power-hungry demon. Sircar is currently shooting The Fugitive for Quibi opposite Kiefer Sutherland and Boyd Holbrook. She has Christmas 9 to 5 coming out on Lifetime in November and recently starred as the lead in the Netflix film “Good Sam,” based on the mystery book series of the same name by Dete Meserve. Sircar played ‘Kate Bradley,’ a news reporter assigned to uncover the identity of a mysterious Good Samaritan who has been leaving large cash gifts on random doorsteps in New York. Sircar was the lead on the ABC series, “Alex, Inc.” based on podcast StartUp, where she played the wife to Zach Braff’s character, ‘Alex Schuman,’ who is a brilliant radio host who quit his job to start his own company. In the wake of recent guest roles on such series as Netflix’s “Master of None” and Fox’s “The Mindy Project,” Sircar has also exercised her comedic and dramatic chops on “The Witches of East End,” “The Vampire Diaries,” “The Crazy Ones,” “Hannah Montana” and “The Suite Life on Deck.”
Having also established herself as a capable voiceover actress, Sircar lent her pipes as Sabine Wren, a graffiti artist and explosives expert, on the Disney/Lucas Film animated series “Star Wars Rebels” on the Disney Channel and the short-form interstitial series “Star Wars: Forces of Destiny,” opposite Daisy Ridley, Felicity Jones and Lupita Nyong’o. Among other voiceover credits is the Netflix/Dreamworks series “Spirit Riding Free.”
Film audiences have come to know Sircar equally well, most recently in the independent feature comedy MISS INDIA AMERICA. Along with voiceover work on the animated studio film WALKING WITH DINOSAURS 3D, she was featured in the 20th Century Fox comedy THE INTERNSHIP opposite Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson, in a starring role in the foreign drama THE DOMINO EFFECT, with Zac Efron in New Line’s 17 AGAIN, and in the Paramount family comedy HOTEL FOR DOGS.
A native of Arlington, Texas, Sircar was raised in a family of academics. Her parents, originally from Calcutta, India, are both college professors who instilled a love of the arts in her at a very early age. Sircar began dancing at age three, first Indian classical and folk dance, then ballet, jazz, lyrical and modern. After taking her first acting class at age seven, she realized her true calling. Sircar attended the University of Texas at Austin, receiving two bachelor’s degrees: the first in business/marketing, and another in theater & dance. Following graduation, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her professional career.