Anjali Jay was born on 9 August 1975 in Bangalore, India. She is an actress, writer, and dancer. She has been a trained dancer in the classical form of Bharatanatyam and also in western forms like Contemporary since she was seven years. Her school’s name was Sophia High School. She completed her college at Mount Carmel College and graduated with a BA degree in 1991. She went to Britain on a Charles Wallace Scholarship for her M.A degree in Dance Theatre and completed it from Trinity Laban. In London, she worked in theatre, film, and television. Fifteen years later, following a need for a new adventure, she moved to Vancouver, Canada, where she works in TV and film.
Anjali Jay has written the Republic of Londonium, 3 AM Blues (Libretto), Un Speak, Between People, Excerpt from Lucy Stone.
The Movies and Television she worked on are: In 2000 in Theatre, she worked in Arabian Nights. In 2001 in Theatre, she worked in two dramas first one was Ghost dancing and A Space Odyssey. In 2003 in Theatre, she worked in Midnight’s Children and in a Television, show called The Inspector Lynley Mysteries. In 2005 she worked in a Television show called Doctors and in a theatre drama the Maids. In 2006 in Theatre, she worked in Romeo and Juliet and worked in a Movie called Blind Dating, and in television, a show called
that lasted till 2007. In 2009 she worked in a Television show called The Fixer. In 2012 she worked in a Television show called Supernatural. In 2014 she worked in a Movie called Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb and worked in a Television show called Continuum that lasted till 2015. Then in 2015, she worked in two movies, first one was The Age of Adaline and the 9th life of Louis Drax. In 2017 she worked in a film called
and worked in three television shows; the first one was A midsummer’s nightmare, the second one was iZombie, and the third one was Supergirl which continued till 2020. In 2018 she worked in three Television shows the first one was The X - Files, and the second one was the good doctor, and the third one was Salvation. In 2020 she worked in a movie named Brahms: The Boy II, and in 2021, she worked in a television show called Debris.