Indira Varma is the only child, born to an Indian father and Swiss mother in Bath. She was an individual from Musical Youth Theater Company. She moved on from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in London in 1995.
Varma has had various TV and film parts, including Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love in 1997 and Bride and Prejudice in 2004, and the youthful Roman wife Niobe amid the first season of BBC/HBO's verifiable show arrangement Rome. Her character showed up quickly in the second season of the grant winning arrangement when it circulated on Sunday, 14 January 2007.
In 2006, she played Suzie Costello in the first and eighth scenes, "Everything Changes" and "They Keep Killing Suzie", of BBC Three's sci-fi dramatization arrangement Torchwood. She showed up as Dr. Adrienne Holland in the CBS restorative show 3 lbs, which debuted on 14 November 2006 and was crossed out on 30 November 2006 because of poor appraisals. Varma visitor featured in the fourth season debut of hit U.S. criminologist show “Bones” as Scotland Yard Inspector Cate Pritchard. She likewise assumed the part of Zoe Luther in the first arrangement of the BBC show Luther.
Varma assumed the part of Ilsa Pucci in the second season of the Fox TV arrangement Human Target until the show was wiped out on 10 May 2011. She also appeared as Bela Khan in an episode of “Law & order: Criminal Intent”. Varma assumed the part of Ellaria Sand, the lover of Oberyn Martell in season 4 of the HBO show Game of Thrones, and is set to repeat the part in season 5. She lent her voice to the Circle mage, Vivienne, in the discriminatingly acclaimed 2014 RPG, Dragon Age: Inquisition. Varma lives in Hornsey, London with her spouse, Colin Tierney, and their little girl Evelyn.