Dilshad Vadsaria is an American television actress who began her career in 2006. She is best known for playing the role of Rebecca Logan in Greek and Padma Lahari in revenge (she was Nolan Ross’ (Gabriel Mann) girl).
Although she is more dominant on the small screen, Vadsaria has a few movie credits in her name, such as the action-comedy 2011 (which was also her debut) 30 minutes or less. The film was an easy success, making 40.5 million dollars out of a budget of 28 million dollars.
One of Vadsaria’s most recent TV appearances is FOX’s show Second Chance, which was postponed to a night date after the first two episodes were badly watched, before being canceled in May 2016. The same applied to her ABC legal drama Notorious, which was canceled after 10 episodes.
Despite the recent flops, Vadsaria has a loyal fan base that is always interested in learning about her coming and going. A topic of particular interest to her fans is her marital status, romantic affairs and details about her background.
Dilshad Vadsaria Married, Husband
Dilshad is one of those very mysterious celebrities who prefer to keep their mother when it comes to who they’re after. In 2008, she was romantically connected to her Greek costar Jake McDorman, but the rumors didn’t last too long, as talks about them being a couple disappeared a year later.
In an interview with Glamour about her role in the Second Chance in 2016, Dilshad was asked if she had ever given a man a second chance, and it worked. She said;
“Yes and no. [Laughs] You know when you date someone who is super bad for you, and everyone sees it but yourself? And you feel like if you can’t be with this person, your life is over? That was me. I should have cut it off so long before I actually did, but it just dragged on and on and on. It just should have been like, “Ciao, bye!” That’s one thing I would change.”
From 2017 it’s not clear with whom Dilshad will meet. However, it is clear that she is unmarried.
Dilshad Vadsaria Parents, Wiki
Dilshad Vadsaria was born on 14 September 1985 in Karachi, Pakistan. From her parents, Vadsaria comes from India and Portugal. Vadsaria and her family moved to Chicago, USA when she was 5 years old. She also spent her childhood growing up in Richmond and Philadelphia.
She studied acting in New York before moving to Los Angeles. Vadsaria also studied at the University of Delaware.
She is a passionate animal lover. Dilshad often goes to Instagram to express her love for animals and why they should be protected from poaching activities.
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Today is #WorldElephantDay. I absolutely love elephants. This picture is taken during my trip to #Botswana, with my amazing guide Harrison, as a family of elephants bathes in the background. If you watch these majestic animals in their natural habitat you'll see how much we can relate to these familial beings. It's senseless to know 4 elephants die every hour for their ivory. If we collectively stop buying we will kill the trade. Can't imagine a world without elephants. Can you? 🐘❤️
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A century ago there were 100,000 tigers in the world. Today only 3,200. This story by @natgeo talks about tiger poaching by the monks at Thailand's famed Tiger Temple. http://goo.gl/ZeRkXm #repost ・・・ @natgeo Check out this new story by Sharon Guynup and video by @stevewinterphoto about tiger trafficking from a Buddhist monastery in Thailand: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/01/160121-tiger-temple-thailand-trafficking-laos0/ Tigers at Thailand’s famed Tiger Temple live in cramped concrete enclosures. A new report links the monastery, which houses 147 tigers, to the black market tiger trade. @sharonguynup The Department of National Parks which legally “owns” the tigers in the temple will begin to move them out within the week to a Thai Govt. facility of the Thai National Parks Department. Tigers are the largest of the big cats. They deserve to live free in the forest. Our animal family is so much like us – they find mates, they have kids, they have to feed themselves and their families. If we can find a way to believe that they think, feel and have emotions, we can treat them better and find a way to ensure their future on this planet. They are keystone species in their ecosystems, though we as humans are not. Remember just as an example of the importance of their homes – the forests. 50% of our oxygen comes from forest – the other 50% from the oceans. 75% of fresh water comes from forests. So we save their homes – we help save ourselves. National Geographic launched the Big Cats Initiative to raise awareness and implement change to the dire situation facing big cats. Please visit CauseAnUproar.org to find out more about Build a Boma and other ways to become involved to save big cats! Give a High 5 for big cats! #5forbigcats #follow me @stevewinterphoto to see other images, thanks! @natgeo @thephotosociety @natgeocreative #bigcatsforever #ivoryfree #wildaid #bigcatsforever #beauty #me #follow #love #leopards @wildaid #1withnature #5forbigcats @eiainvestigator #rhinoswithoutborders #cute #fursforlife #pantheracats #startwith1thing @cee4life
When Dilshad began her acting career in 2006, she made her debut in an episode of the television series “Vanished”, where she played the role of agent Nanji. Also in 2006, Dilshad appeared in the short film “Within the Ivory Tower”.
She got her big chance in 2007 when she got a leading role in the TV series Greek. The comedy-drama series of the ABC family became a hit with 74 episodes and 4 seasons and ended in March 2011.
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Dilshad’s role as one of the fictional sister companies Zeta Beta Zeta earned her a NAMIC Vision nomination for Best Comedy Performance.
While in Greek, Dilshad also appeared on television programs such as NCIS, Bones, and CSI: Miami. Dilshad’s next big television role came in a recurring role in the second season of Revenge, where she played in 15 episodes.
Dilshad’s other TV credits include Melissa & Joey (2012), Murder in the First (2014) and Castle (2015). She is still very active in Hollywood and is also involved in other areas.
After her tweets, it’s no secret that Dilshad is a Democrat and a non-follower of Donald Trump.
She is an enthusiastic advocate of LGBT rights, gender justice, and girls’ education. She writes a self-titled blog – dilshadvadsaria.com/blog
Dilshad is fluent in Spanish and French.
Get her on Twitter.