Deep Roy

Deep Roy



Deep Roy, also known as Roy Deepak, is an Indian-born British actor and stuntman who has appeared in films, television series, and commercials. Born in Nairobi, Kenya on December 30, 1957, Deep Roy is best known for his roles in the films Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Star Trek.

Deep Roy began his career as a stuntman in the early 1980s, performing stunts for several films shot in the UK. It was during this time that he began to gain attention in the industry, and soon began to land small roles in films and television. His first major role was in the 1984 film The NeverEnding Story, where he played the character Teeny Weeny. This role gained him recognition in the industry, and he soon began to appear in other films, such as The Neverending Story II and Return to Oz.

In 2005, Deep Roy was cast as the Oompa Loompa in the film adaptation of the classic novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. This role earned him praise from critics, and he was nominated for a Saturn Award for his performance. In 2009, he also appeared in the rebooted version of the Star Trek film franchise, playing the role of Keenser, a diminutive alien with a comical sense of humor.

In addition to his film and television roles, Deep Roy has also appeared in numerous commercials, including for Honda, Coca-Cola, and Samsung. He has also appeared in several video games, including Star Wars: The Old Republic and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.

Besides acting, Deep Roy has also written and directed two short films, The Beast and The Baby and The Reticent. He also serves as a voice-over artist, providing his voice to various characters in video games and animated television series.

Deep Roy is an acclaimed actor and stuntman, and his work has earned him numerous awards and nominations. His work in films and television has made him a household name, and he continues to be active in the entertainment industry.

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