George Baker Hindi Actor

Indian actor George Baker was born on 28 October 1946 is renowned for his works in Assamese and Bengali film Industry. Talking about his early life the actor completed his education from La Martiniere College in Lucknow. Later he joined the Assam Engineering College but had cut short his stay here due to family problems. Later he completed a two-year course in Permanent Way Engineering and started working in the engineering department at the Northeast Frontier Railway zone. After working two years here, he left the job to start his own business. It was in 1974 when George got his breakthrough in acting through Assamese cinema. The actor played the protagonist role in the film Chameli Memsaab. His luck turned out to be good as the film later won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Assamese at the 23rd edition of the National Film Awards.

He later played the same role for the Bengali version of the movie. The work did not stop for him here, as he went on to feature in several Bengali movies, Jatra, television films, and serials. His work diversification is something to look upon as he worked in films in five different languages like Assamese, Bengali, English, Hindi & Santhali. In his most recent work, he played the role of Sir William Eckhardt in Parineeta and Mr. Ramsey in the film Bhooter Bhabishyat. Besides acting, the actor also stepped his foot into political ventures. He was selected as a candidate for the 2014 Indian general election from the Howrah for the Bharatiya Janata Party 2014. The following next year, he was appointed to the 16th Lok Sabha to represent the Anglo-Indian community.