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Patel later attended Whitmore High School, receiving an A* in GCSE Drama for his "self-penned portrayal of a child in the Beslan school siege".
His drama teacher Niamh Wright has stated, "Dev was a gifted student who quickly impressed me with his innate ability to communicate a wide variety of characters imaginatively and creatively.
In 2016, Patel starred as Saroo Brierley in the biographical film Lion, directed by Garth Davis and co-starring Nicole Kidman and Rooney Mara, which premiered to rave reviews and "Oscar buzz" at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival.
Patel won the BAFTA awards for 'Best Supporting Actor'.
Dev Patel (born 23 April 1990) is a British Indian actor.
Born and raised in London to Indian parents, Patel made his screen debut as Anwar Kharral in the first two seasons of the British teen drama television series Skins (2007–2008), landing the role with no prior professional acting experience.
The World Championships took place in October 2004, when he was a red belt competing in the junior division against other red and black belts.
He made it to the semi-finals, where he lost to Irish black belt Niall Fitzmaurice in "a very close and tough fight", and ended up winning a bronze medal.
Despite being a commercial success, the film was a critical failure and Patel even received a Razzie Award nomination as Worst Supporting Actor that year, although his role was well received, and was considered by many to be one of the film's positive aspects.Neither Freida nor Dev mentioned the split on their respective Twitter accounts but a source confirmed the news to American gossip site Us Weekly.There's no official reason cited for the split but many think the age gap - Dev is 24 and Freida 30 - may have something to do with it.He started training at the Rayners Lane Academy of Taekwondo in 2000.He competed regularly in both national and international championships, including the 2004 AIMAA (Action International Martial Arts Association) World Championships in Dublin, where he won a bronze medal.
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