Namrata Singh Gujral
Namrata Singh Gujral (Born 26 February 1976) is an American actress of Sikh faith. She is of East-Indian, Tibetan, Latin and Egyptian descent.
Played “Fari Bin Ghori” on CBS’s The Agency, "Nurse Kathy” on NBC’s Passions and “Renu Mathur” in Bollywood blockbuster Kaante.
Current projects include lead roles in the romantic comedy Americanizing Shelley with Beau Bridges, directed by Lorraine Senna of The Sopranos and Northern Exposure, which is currently in theaters and also the upcoming sci-fi feature STILL, scheduled to start production in late-2007.
Namrata also makes her singing debut with her recently recorded single Dancin' In The Clouds, a never-been-done-before American Country Rock meets Bollywood style duet, with country star Steve Azar (“Waitin’ On Joe w/ Morgan Freeman), currently playing on Country Music Television. This makes Namrata the FIRST American artist with Eastern roots to be ever featured on CMT.
Sometimes referred to as “America’s Spiciest Sweetheart”.
She is a 1998 graduate from the University of West Florida.
For her role of Pakistani-American “Saira Ahmed” on CBS’s Family Law, Namrata along with co-stars Tony Danza and Kathleen Quinlan were Columbia Tristar’s official nomination for the EMMY AWARDS 2002.
Played German-Samoan beauty, Anna Kraus in the staged reading of The Shark Hunter where she co-starred with Yancy Arias (of King Pins and Miss Saigon).
Made a cameo appearance in The House Of Sand and Fog.
Is the character of "Jaya Kushala” in Microsoft’s X-Box game Quantum Redshift.
More info and Pictures at her fan web site 
Americanizing Shelley (2007)
The Agency CBS - (2001-2002)
Passions NBC - (2001-2005)
Family Law (2001)