Villain Course with Netflix Actor 'Mahesh Jadu'
Mahesh Jadu will be teaching a special edition masterclass this August at Marbella Film School. The course will be based on how to create a villanious role and prepare you towards your showreel shoot. This program is joined to the "Hollywood Package Showreel" - To create a showreel will be manditory to this program.
In the series Marco Polo, Mahesh played the historical character of Ahmed Fanakati, who was considered the "Villainous Minister" of Kublai Khan's Yuan Dynasty.
Mahesh will be teaching a Villain Course at Marbella Film school this August. He will show you how to channel your talents into become the best villain version of yourself possible. There is no one more qualifiedl to do it.
Mahesh Jadu is an Australian actor from Perth, Western Australia. He is best known for his role of Dr. Doug Harris in the soap opera Neighbours and the role of Ahmad in the Netflix TV show Marco Polo. He also appeared on Pirates of the Caribbean as well as the miniseries Better Man.
Mahesh started off as a composer in the Australian show Byte Me. He auditioned for a small role in an Indian film, Sorry, Bhai! and was subsequently cast. After that, he was cast for the show Neighbours and in 2011, was cast for the Australian drama Taj, which was presented at the 16th Busan International Film Festival. He then worked on The Three Ages of Sasha. He got his big break when he was cast in Roland Joffé's periodic drama, Singularity, which was later renamed The Lovers. The film was delayed for 2 years. He then auditioned multiple times for I, Frankenstein in which he plays the Gargoyle Ophir. He was later cast in Netflix's, Marco Polo as Ahmad.
This Course runs in Summer.
*Film Shoot will be cost of €450 - See "Hollywood Package Showreel'
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