Jyoti Singh is an Indian actress and producer. Jyoti was born in Dehra Dun.Her father happens to be a retired Engineer from the Indian Armed Forces. Jyoti finished her schooling from St. Thomas High School in India. After finishing her school from India, Jyoti moved to The United States of America. After moving to US,
New York, she began to pursue her dream of acting as a career.
Right from her childhood, Jyoti had taken part in every skit and plays that she could, and she continued to do so throughout her college in New York.
Jyoti’s family was extremely supportive of her decision of pursuing acting. But, they also encouraged her to pursue a service-oriented career. So, she did a Bachelor’s course in Nursing from New York. Jyoti got in touch with the Red Cross Association and helped the needy people through her nursing skills. Also, she also became a private psychiatrist and also a Speech Pathologist. Owing to her nature to serve people, she volunteered to help the victims of the Tsunami that shook India in the year 2004.
Though Jyoti was into social service, she never left pursuing her passion for learning art forms. After her return to India, she got trained in Indian Classical Music vocals and performed at the prestigious Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. She even took part in the event called NRI Antaksri in the year 2005. To excel in acting, she took acting classes and worked hard on building her self-confidence. Her acting classes led her to become an apprentice as a television host, where she even took charge of writing script for the show named Namaste America. Post this she took acting classes from famous acting studios like New York Film Academy and Scott Powers.
Jyoti acted as a supporting actress in the movie ‘Irade Maum Ke’. After this, she went on to give audition for her first Bollywood movie, ‘9 Eleven’. She got selected among 300 actors and was offered the lead character in this movie. Later in 2013, she acted in Indian TV serials like ‘
Fear Files’ and ‘Adalat'. She also produced a short film, ‘Samosa’ which was appreciated and won “Award of Merit” at the Dada Saheb Phalke Film Festival. She even won the best actress award for it. Also, owing to her passion for philanthropy, Jyoti co-founded a non-profit organisation with her sister.