Amber Rose Revah Biography

Amber Rose Revah is a British actress known for acting in the TV series ‘The Punisher.’ Check out this biography to know about her birthday, childhood, family life, achievements and fun facts about her.

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Birthday: June 24, 1986

Nationality: British

Famous: Actresses British Women

Age: 33 Years, 33 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Cancer

Born in: London, England

Famous as: Actress

Height: 5'5" (165 cm), 5'5" Females

City: London, England

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education: Brunel University London

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Amber Rose Revah is a British actress who is known for her work in projects, such as the series ‘House of Saddam’, where she played the role of Saddam Hussein’s daughter, and the Netflix series ‘The Punisher’, where she plays one of the main roles. Born in London, UK, she made her acting debut in the drama film ‘The World Unseen’ in 2007. The next year, she appeared in the miniseries ‘House of Saddam’. Over the next few years, she continued to appear in several films and TV shows, such as ‘The Devil’s Double’, ‘Son of God’, and ‘The Bible’. Her recent works include ‘The Punisher’, an American Netflix original web series. The series is a spin-off of another TV series ‘Marvel’s Daredevil.’ Based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name, the series is about Frank Castle, who fights crime as the vigilante ‘The Punisher’. Revah played the role of a character named Dinah Madani.

  • Amber Rose Revah began her acting career in 2007, with a minor role in the historical drama film ‘The World Unseen’. The next year, she was seen in the film ‘I Can’t Think Straight’, a British romantic drama film. She also played the role of Saddam Hussein’s daughter in ‘House of Saddam,’ a British miniseries about the former Iraqi President.
  • In 2009, she appeared in the short film ‘Henna Night’, as well as two feature films, named ‘Agora’ and ‘Taylors Trophy’. She next starred in the 2010 action film ‘From Paris with Love’, which was directed by Pierre Morel. The film didn’t do too well financially, and the reviews were mixed.
  • She was next seen in the 2011 film ‘The Devil’s Double,’ which was directed by Lee Tamahori. The film was a commercial disaster, and the reviews were mixed. She also appeared in an Indian film ‘Azaan,’ playing a minor role. This film too was a commercial failure. Her other films in the same year included ‘Everywhere and Nowhere’ and ‘Love After Sunrise’.
  • In 2014, she was seen in the film ‘Son of God’, where she played the role of Mary Magdalene. Directed by Christopher Spencer, the film was a commercial success, earning three times its budget. However, the film was met with mixed to unfavorable reviews. The film is about the life of Jesus, and is an adaptation of the ten-hour miniseries ‘The Bible,’ which was aired on the History Channel.
  • Between 2015 and 2016, she appeared in the series ‘Indian Summers’. In 2017, she appeared in another series ‘Emerald City’. The same year, she started playing an important role in the web TV series ‘The Punisher’. It was met with positive reviews, and has also won a Saturn Award for ‘Best New Media Superhero Series’. It was nominated for the Emmy Award for ‘Outstanding Stunt Coordination’ as well.
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Family & Personal Life
  • Amber Rose Revah was born on 24th June 1986, in London, England. Her father is of Kenyan-Indian origin, and her mother is of Polish Jewish descent. She has a sister working at Great Ormond Street Hospital, and a brother who works as a ski instructor in Switzerland.
  • She attended Brunel University where she studied Contemporary Performance. She then joined a Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) youth group before beginning her acting career. She is engaged to her fellow actor Neet Mohan.

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