Sapna Gandhi's television credits include co-star roles on ABC's "Scandal", and NBC's "1600 Penn" (recurring) and "Awake". She can be seen in the indie cult feature, DUST UP (streaming on Netflix, Amazon and iTunes) and film festival darlings POSEY and JAM, among others. Gandhi redefined the term "short" with her comedic series, BROAD STROKES (co-written/co-produced with Anisa Alamia), and is developing the psychological thriller STAIN. She recently produced and stars in the feature ABOUT STRANGERS and the short film, BREAK, under the umbrella of her newly minted production company Elegant Grotesque (formed alongside fellow WMMer Eric Michael Kochmer).
Some other fun facts... Gandhi is British born, American raised, a practiced martial artist (black belt), speaks a few languages, and trained at The American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco after graduating with degrees in English & Women's Studies from Saint Mary's College of California. She has played a slew of ethnically ambiguous characters, and her favorite stage roles include Harper in "Angels In America", Prudence in "Beyond Therapy", and Susan in "Do You Want to Buy My Brain?". As a member of San Francisco's Jump! Theatre, she wrote, produced, and starred (as an actor/singer/dancer) in the moody, mixed-media production of "Terminally Female: A Cabaret", before migrating to Los Angeles.