Srinivasa Kapavarapu grew up in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, in South India. While working as a civil engineer he took coaching in acting at Madhu Film Institute, Hyderabad and acted in TV (in the Telugu language). He moved to US in the year 2000. After working as software engineer for 7 years he quit his job and landed in Hollywood. He graduated from the American Academy of Dramatics Arts in Acting in 2009. Since then he has been a full-time actor and keeps busy with short films, student films, independent features, web series and theater. He has also written and performed a one person show "Sorry Mom, Sorry Dad & Sorry Girls" directed by Debra De Liso. He has worked on TV shows "Raising Hope" on Fox, "Murder in First" on TNT, "After Lately" with Chelsea Handler on E network and the NBC sitcom "Outsourced" with award winning directors like Ken Kwapis and Victor Nelli Jr.
Name: Srinivasa Kapavarapu
Lives in: Hollywood, California
Occupation: Actor and Screenwriter
Film by Mars Roberge (Comedy and Drama) Actor A young hipster wannabe-superstar dj, Phil, takes on a day job at a telemarketing company, working with crazy people, ex-prisoners, drug addicts and murderers. The time on his life begins to tick as he battles addiction, fights the law and tries to maintain the only sane thing left in his life, his girlfriend, Christine.
Film (short) by Armin Nasseri (Drama, Horror, Mystery and Thriller) Actor An Iranian-American writer, in the pangs of grief, takes in a mysterious tenant. When she mysteriously disappears, is she a ghost, a hallucination, a dream or a runaway?
TV Movie by Ryan MacKenzie (Comedy and Drama) Actor, Producer After inheriting a gym from their estranged father, two brothers must work together to save his legacy, a decrepit gym run by lunatics.
Murder in the First
Television by Eric Lodal (Crime, Drama and Mystery) Actor A single murder case is dissected from the committing of the crime through to the investigation, arrest and trial.
Tie the Knot
Film by Shuja Paul (Comedy, Family and Romance) Actor The hysterical cross cultural journey of hearts.
The Hands You Shake
Film by Kent Lamm (Comedy, Crime and Thriller) Actor College grads, criminals, $1.5m, and the recession collide in one chaotic night in Los Angeles.
Film (short) by Shanmuga Sundaram (Adventure, Comedy and Family) Actor Tommy Raj is a white guy raised in India by adopted parents. As a young man he comes back to America, but believes it is his destiny to be the worlds greatest Bollywood star. With love on the line, it's now or never for Tommy Raj.
Film (short) by Judy Maharaj (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Actor Maya, a 32 year old Indian woman is pressured into getting married by her parents, but on her wedding day, three of her ex-boyfriends crash the ceremony because they are still in love with her.
Film by Jeetendra (Comedy) Actor
Bullets & Stilettos
Film by Madinah Ali (Action, Drama and Thriller) Actor An edgy drama about two young desirable former strippers who inherit a gentlemen's club and the challenges they face to try to run a risky business.
Film (short) by Prasong Suphachadiwong (Comedy and Drama) Actor Bill (Josh Jacobson), a pizza delivery guy, is threatened by Henrick, his crazy landlord (Joe Duffy), to pay overdue rent by 8:00 P.M., or Bill and his brother George (Harry Allen) will be evicted. On his way to deliver a pizza, Bill stumbles upon a 'Happy Farting Contest' between stinky contestants cramped inside a skyscraper elevator! Bill neglects his pizza delivery, so that he can compete for the $20,000 prize, and use some of it to stop their imminent eviction. Does Bill have the most smelly and offensive farts to win, or will he lose both the contest, their apartment, and his job, too? Written by Joe Duffy
The Flip Side
TV Movie by Sonia Bhalla (Comedy) Actor "The Flip Side" is a half hour comedy sketch show that's infused with magical Bollywood dancing. The pilot has 7 comedic sketches. Our original content includes characters which not only parody stereotypes, but expose the current world politics, trends, ideas and events. The tone of the show strives to be witty, challenging and enlightening. Written by Amy Foos Kapoor
Television by Gregory Thomas Garcia (Comedy and Family) Actor Jimmy becomes a single parent to an infant after the mother he had a one-night stand with ends up on death row.
Film (short) by Vahe Gabuchian (Comedy) Actor A Community College instructor uses his rather shocking personal experience to teach his students how to diagram a sentence.
The Perfect Roommate
Film by Kash Sen (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Actor Fed up with her selfish, materialistic, shallow boyfriend VJ, Anita decides to kick him out. But she needs to find a roommate fast to help her pay her mortgage. So, with the help of her best friend Ratana, she sets out to find that person. Will she find the perfect roommate? Or is she going to end up with more than she bargained for? Written by Anonymous
We Present: Episode 9
Film (short) by J. Tyler Shaw (Comedy, Fantasy and Mystery) Actor Prepare yourselves. You are about to step into another world.
Misadventures of the Unemployed
Television (Comedy) Actor
Television by Robert Borden (Comedy) Actor Todd Dempsey works at American Novelty Company is in line to be the manager of the call center. But after attending a training seminar, he returns to discover that the Company decided to out source the call center to India. And if Todd wants to be the manager of the call center, he must move to India which he reluctantly does. And he has a hard time adjusting to their customs. And he has to deal with the assistant manager who wants to be manager, so he is doing everything to get rid of him. He meets another American assigned there, Charlie and an Australian whom he leans on. Written by firstname.lastname@example.org
Laugh and Die
Film (short) by Edson Oda (Comedy and Drama) Actor
Film (short) by Miles Alva (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Actor