Ram Kapoor (born 1 September 1973) is an Indian television actor. He portrayed Jai Walia in Kasamh Se, the character Ram Kapoor in Bade Achhe Lagte Hain, and hosted Rakhi Ka Swayamwar.
He won the Indian Telly Awards for best actor consecutively (in 2006, 2007 and 2008).He spent his formative years at Sherwood College, Nainital. At Sherwood College, Kapoor was introduced to acting, when as a challenge and an order from his head captain he auditioned for the annual school theatrical production of Charley’s Aunt and performed the lead role.
Under the direction and tutelage of Amir Raza Hussein Kapoor found his career path and realised his love for acting. After completing his 10th board exams, Kapoor studied at the Kodaikanal International School. After his graduation, Kapoor decided to join the entertainment industry and left for Los Angeles in the United States with the intention of joining UCLA to study film making but joined a Stanislavski acting academy in Los Angeles.Kapoor made his on screen debut with the television serial Nyay (1997).He took up three more shows Heena (1998), Sangharsh (1999) in the same year he was offered a part in Kavita (2000).
In 2000 Kapoor acted in Ghar Ek Mandir.Kapoor worked with Amir Raza Hussein once again in the play The Fifty Days of War-Kargil which ran for 10 days in New Delhi as a tribute to the heroes of the Kargil War. Ram played five characters.
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