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Mikhail Sen

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Mikhail Sen

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Mikhail Sen is a London-based Indian actor, director and theatre maker.

A fluent Hindi speaker, Mikhail was born and raised in Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai. He trained at Drama Centre, London and the Boris Schukin Theatre Institute, Moscow.

His theatre credits include 'Troilus and Cressida' (Royal Shakespeare Company), 'Blood' (Royal Court) and 'Hell Yes I’m Tough Enough' (Park Theatre London). In 2017, he played the lead in Bollywood Musical 'Taj Express' (Sadler’s Wells/US Tour).

Mikhail is passionate about storytelling and works with stroke survivors at Interact Stroke Support UK. Two of his most recently recorded audiobooks have garnered favourable reviews from The Times ..."The producer Ben Carpenter guides the talented Mikhail Sen (star of A Suitable Boy) into bringing out the twists and turns of Chowdhury’s elegantly constructed thriller to the full.” ( 'The Waiter' by Ajay Chowdury)

"This is one of those audiobooks that you can’t stop listening to, a punchy tale of determination, ably narrated by the actor Mikhail Sen, who read Ajay Chowdhury’s Delhi-set murder novel 'The Waiter' so well" ('The Go-Between by Osman Yousefzada)

He starred as Amit Chatterji in the adaptation of Vikram Seth's epic novel 'A Suitable Boy' (BBC/Netflix), featured in the latest season of 'The Good Karma Hospital' (ITV) and most recently played Chris Bean in 'The Play that Goes Wrong' (Duchess Theatre London).

Mikhail can currently be seen as Mickon in 'House of the Dragon' (HBO/Sky Atlantic).

He most recently recorded for Radio 4's 'A Matter of Life and Death', a new adaptation of the classic 1946 movie by Emeric Powell and Michael Pressburge (Bafflegab).


Visual - The Play That Goes Wrong

Visual - A Suitable Boy (BBC)

Visual - Taj Express (Interview)