Manish Dayal is an American actor who has appeared in films and is involved in projects on television. Viewers are familiar with his role in the TV series "Resident". Manish can also be seen in the films Spice and Passion and Never Say Goodbye.
Manish Dayal was born on June 17, 1983 in Orangeburg, a city in South Carolina, USA. He grew up in a large Indian family. The actor's parents are businessmen. After high school, Manish was educated at George Washington University. After completing his degree, he moved to New York to become an actor.
Manish first appeared in commercials for companies such as McDonald's, Windows, Nintendo and Dominoes. He then played in the theater until he got his first film role. Manish is very passionate about his profession, but does not forget about his family. The actor is married and has a son. Like Deva Patel, who starred in the drama The Lion, Dayal is considered one of the most beautiful Indian actors of our time.
Manish Dayal received a cameo appearance on Law & Order. Special building ", which has been running since 1999. He played Farid Salim. He then starred as Rishi Parayan in the detective series C.S.I. Crime Scene Investigation, consisting of 15 seasons. Later, Manish appeared as Samir Doss in the crime series Law & Order. Malicious intent. " The main roles in this detective were played by Catherine Erbe, Vincent D'Onofrio, Jamie Sheridan, Courtney B. Vance and Leslie Hendrix.
In 2005, Manish landed the role of Pred in the short drama Time and the Hour Run by Samir Patel. His partners on the set were Krishen Mehta from Law & Order, Samrat Chakrabarti from The Sopranos, Rajik Puri from Driving Lessons, Rina Shah, Sabina Shah from Death on the Net, Sejal Shah from Power in the Night city ”, Anar Vilas and Bravna Tour. The film was seen by audiences in the United States and Australia. In addition, the film was presented at the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival and the Cucalorus Film Festival.
The following year, he played a reporter in Karan Johar's melodrama Never Say Goodbye. The leading roles in this drama were given to Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan, Abhishek Bachchan and Rani Mukherjee, Priti Zinta and Kiron Kher. In the center of the plot is a football player who, due to an injury, cannot continue his sports career. His wife, on the other hand, is doing well in her business. The main character meets a woman who does not feel happy with her husband, and a feeling flares up between them. In the same year, he played Jack in the melodrama of the co-production of the USA and India with the original title On the Other Side.
In 2007 Manish got 2 roles in short films. Origami Deathmatch was directed by Monroe Mann, and the thriller Kali Ma was directed by Shoman Chainani. Cali Ma has been featured at many events including the Seattle International Film Festival, New York International LGBT Film Festival, San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival, Provincetown International Film Festival, Outfest Gay Festival, Philadelphia LGBT Film Festival, Palm Spring International Short Film Festival, North Carolina LGBT Film Festival, Atlantic Film Festival, Sidewalk Film Festival, Copenhagen LGBT Film Festival.
In 2008, Manish played Jay in the melodrama When Kiran Met Karen. His partners on the set were Ammara Ali, Krisel Almeida, Samrat Chakrabarti and Punit Chkhabra. He then landed a small role in the TV series Beverly Hills 90210: The Next Generation. One of the main roles was played by him in the American comedy 4th and Forever. In 2008, Dayal landed a cameo role in the comedy Karma Calling. He could then be seen as Dinesha in the detective series The Good Wife. This crime drama tells the story of a wife and mother who alone takes care of her family, as her husband went to prison for corruption.The series won an Emmy, Golden Globe and Actors Guild Award.
He later landed the role of Zahir in the short drama The Whirling Dervish. The film was directed, written and produced by Rory Bane. In 2010, he starred in the TV series Rubicon. The main roles in this crime detective were played by James Badge Dale, Jessica Collins, Lauren Hodges, Dallas Roberts and Christopher Evan Welch. In the center of the plot is a secret society that makes all important decisions at the global level. The main character is the analyst of the national center. The film was highly acclaimed by audiences and was nominated for an Emmy.
Then Manish played in an episode of the adventure fantasy "The Sorcerer's Apprentice". The picture shows the struggle of magicians in the scenery of modern New York. The main roles were played by Nicolas Cage, Jay Baruchel, Alfred Molina and Teresa Palmer. The next rating project with the participation of Manish is the series Runaway Job. In the story, a customer service manager is sent to India to train the employee who will replace him. The series was shown not only in the United States, but also in Hungary and Sweden. Minash got a prominent role in the comedy "Easy Victory". His filming partners were Manyu Narayan and Samrat Chakrabarti, Sanjeev Jhaveri and Manish Dayal.
In 2011, Dayal plays Farouk in the short film The Call. This comedy was directed by Stephen Ananicks. The actor could be seen in the role of Scuba in the TV series "They were confused in the hospital." In the center of the plot are teenage girls. They find out that they were confused at the hospital. Their families are very different both in social status and in views. But now they have to make friends.
In 2011, Dayal played one of Tim's central characters in the movie Roommates. This crime thriller tells the story of two girls, one of whom starts a dangerous game of murder. The following year, the actor could be seen in 3 projects. Among them - the melodrama "White Frog", the drama "Domino Effect" and the short film Or Die.
In 2014, the actor got one of the main roles in the melodrama of the joint production of the USA, India and the UAE "Spices and Passions". The film was nominated for a Golden Globe. The main female role was played by the famous actress Helen Mirren. Among the last works of Manish - the main roles in the biographical historical drama "House of the Viceroy" and the medical series "Resident".