Jim Sarbh is an India Theater actor, and also a director. He was born on 27th August, 1987. He did one commercial film in the year 2016 called '
' which was directed by
and starring famous actress
in the major role. He also received a title of Forbes India 30 under 30 in 2015.. Jim Sarbh is a Mumbaikar and born in a Parsi Family. His mother was a renowned physiotherapist, and his father was a master mariner, who later became a Regional Director of P&O of Ports South and Middle East Asia. He then moved to Australia along with his family when he was three, then later came back to Mumbai at the age of eight. He went to school at the American School of Bombay, after which he did his graduation from Emory University in Atlanta in Psychology.
After getting his degree, he started working with Alliance Theatre in Atlanta almost for a year as an intern. Also, he also got a chance to perform in Atlanta, in 'Tennis in Nablus, The Show!', 'The Breakup', and 'Ice Glen' in the year 2009 and also he won an award for Supporting role: Metropolitan Atlanta Theatre Award. In 2012, he came back to Bombay and was a part of many theaters plays like 'Limbo', 'Gates to India Song', 'Noises Off', 'Eat! and Bull', 'Ok Tata Bye Bye', 'Cock', 'Death of a Salesman', and 'The Glass Menagerie'. From 2015, Mr. Jim got a chance to feature in three motion pictures, and these were 'Neerja' by Ram Madhvani, '3 ½ Takes' by Daria Ghai, '
' by Jyoti Patil. He also did many short films like 'Mama's Boys' and 'Like Summer Like Rain'.
Not only that Jim Sarbh performed on one of Vikram Kapadia's shows called T'he Merchant of Venice', originally written by William Shakespeare. He was also a part of Kalki Koechlin's 'The Living Room' and also 'What is Done is Done', and the director is
. In 2016, he was featured in Ajeeb Ashiq, directed by Natasha Mendonca. It was his debut film, and it got featured at the International Film Festival Rotterdam on 2nd February 2016. Also in 2014, Mr. Jim was a part of a film called 'Shuruaat Ka Interval' , directed by Aarti S. Bagdi,
, Ankit Tripathi, Palash Vaswani, Amrit Raj Gupta, Shishir Jha, and