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Indira Varma (born 14 May, 1973) is an English actress who is best known for her role as Niobe of the Voreni in HBO's Rome, which also starred Game of Thrones cast members Ciaran Hinds and Tobias Menzies.She is also known for her roles in the films Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love, Bride and Prejudice and Basic Instinct 2 as well as the TV series Luther, Human Target and Torchwood, which starred Burn Gorman.As we approach a vote on the UK's membership of the European Union, we look at what 50 writers, actors, historians, artists and comedians have said about Europe and its nations.

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You suddenly notice they're perceived as being different and you get a little bit of racism being thrown at you here and there." The linguistic pot-pourri in the family home created, she says, "a sense of the ridiculous, and I always enjoyed that".

There was also a lot of gesticulating, which inspired Varma's early desire to become a mime artist."My parents were like, 'You're never going to make any money from that.' You have to go to drama school before you go to mime school, apparently.

She joined the cast as a guest star in the fourth season, and was promoted to starring cast member in the fifth season.

The Vertical Hour, by David Hare, was the first play on Broadway to confront the morality of the invasion of Iraq.

Varma, 34, has taken on her quota of vulnerable characters - a torture victim in Pinter's One for the Road, and a soldier's wife who eventually commits suicide in the BBC's blockbuster, Rome. Unfortunately, the show, named after the weight of the adult brain, was pulled last year after only six episodes."They screened it twice and then they go, 'It's not getting the viewing figures, let's pull it,'" she says.

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