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Kushuthara Press Kit

Emrhys Cooper

Emrhys Cooper, was cast in the role of Charlie, a handsome, self- assured and hardworking photojournalist, sent to report on the traditional art of weaving in the tiny Kingdom of Bhutan. Following graduation, he was cast in the West End, first in We Will Rock You, immediately followed by the National Tour of Fame: The Musical. But it was his role in Entertaining Mr. Sloane, for which he received a large amount of recognition as well as being awarded Outstanding Lead Actor in a play by both Stage Scene LA awards and Broadway World Awards.

He made his feature film debut in the critically acclaimed Bright Young Things and then went on to roles in the feature films Mamma Mia, Natasha, Walk a mile in my Pradas, BloodRush , Till wee Meet Again and the upcoming feature film Altered Perception, the lead role Thomas Hutter in the remake of the classic vampire original Nosferatu, playing Montgomery Clift in the Frank Sinatra biopic Frank and Ave. Television credits include Vanity, Blackish, Person of Interest, CSI: NY, Desperate Housewives and Touch.

Broadway World named him as the ‘2012 Person to Watch.’ Other notable awards include: Earphones Awards – Audio File Magazine – Best Narration for the children’s book Neversink.

Kezang Wangmo

Kezang Wangmo stars in Kushuthara –Pattern of Love in the role of Chokimo, an expert weaver living in a small village in the mountains of Bhutan. She has a B.A. from the Institute of Language and Culture Studies, Royal University of Bhutan. Kezang Wangmo has acted in nine Bhutanese feature films. She is married, the mother of a girl child and lives in Naja, Paro in Bhutan. In 2010, Kezang Wangmo received the title of ‘Best Lead Actress’ as well as the award ‘Best New-Comer Actress’ during the national film award ceremony for her first performance in the feature film ‘Semgi Damtse’.

Today, Kezang Wangmo is a Member of Parliament, National Assembly of Bhutan with a strong interest in human rights, women and youth empowerment and social accountability.

Karma Chedon

Karma Chedon plays the role of Meto Lhazey, the young village girl who falls in love with a stranger who visits her village to study weaving patterns.

Karma Chedon, is an experienced Bhutanese actress, having played in many various roles in Bhutanese feature films.

Kencho Wangdi

Kencho Wangdi plays the role of Phuntsho Namgyel, Meto’s lover, who ever since he was a child, dreamed of singing and acting. He began his career as a singer, and then became well known throughout Bhutan as conferencier for ‘Druk Star talent contests (now in its 4th season). Kencho Wangdi has acted in over nine Bhutanese feature films. (Kikhor I, Kikhor II, Ngesem Ngisem, Yue Ghi Bhu, Sergyel, The Guide, Nowoi, Hingkhar, Kushuthara II, Bae-Yul) He is also a popular hero in action movies. Kencho Wangdi was awarded the Bhutan Film Award 2014 for ”Actor in Negative Role” for his role the feature film ‘Sakten Metog’.

Jamyang Jamtsho Wangchuk

Jamyang Jamtsho Wangchuk is a young actor, film director and producer. He is internationally known for his role as the 14-year- old Dalai Lama in the movie Seven Years in Tibet. For this role he was nominated for the Young Star Award. In 2012, Jamyang Jamtsho Wangchuk released his director debut, Gyalsey – the Legacy of a Prince in Bhutan. In Kushuthara – Pattern of Love, Jamyang Jamtsho Wangchuk plays the Bhutanese textile expert and guide Penjor.

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