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Shoba Narayan

About this Artist

Shoba Narayan recently starred as the iconic Princess Jasmine in the long-running Disney hit, Aladdin on Broadway. She also originated and starred as Simran in the world premiere of Come Fall In Love – the DDLI Musical the Old Globe in San Diego, directed by Aditya Chopra, head of Yash Raj Films. She made her Broadway debut in 2016 opposite Josh Groban in the 12-time Tony-nominated musical, Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, notably becoming the first South Asian female in a principal role since Bombay Dreams, which Playbill called "a personal milestone and a key moment on Broadway."  Among her other numerous stage credits, she starred as Eliza Hamilton in the National Tour of the world phenomenon and Broadway smash hit Hamilton from Lin-Manuel Miranda; and appeared on Broadway in 2020 as Nessarose in Wicked. Film and television credits include the award-winning independent feature film “Growing Up Smith” directed by Frank Lotito, “Quantico” (Mark Gordon / ABC), “Halal in the Family” with Aasif Mandvi, “Gossip Girl” The CW), “Coin Heist” (Netflix) and “Mistress America” directed by Noah Baumbach. Narayan is a Bharatanatyam (South Indian Classical) dancer and teacher, and has performed extensively throughout the US and India, including major prizes at several international dance competitions. She currently resides in New York.@shoba_narayan