Being born in a different country, struggling in another different country, and gaining fame is something that not everyone can achieve. However, the American born Indian child Sarayu Rao Blue struggled and luckily got fame in the field of Hollywood.
With hard work, dedication, and passion, Sarayu has a charm on her face to attract people and win the heart of many. Today, she has successfully ruled the heart of her audiences with her captivating personality and natural acting skills.
Early life, Parents
Sarayu Blue, whose real name is Sarayu Rao, was born to Indian parents in Madison, Wisconsin. She was born to father, Velcheru Narayana Rao, and mother, Malathi Nindadavolu. Her mother is a writer who writes both English and Telugu short stories and articles.
She belongs to the Brahmin family with Andhra origin. Both her parents speak Telugu, which shows there was a homely Indian environment in a foreign country.
Dr. Sydney Napur from Monday Mornings, Sarayu, has a close relationship with her parents. Her bonding with them can be discerned in the posts that she shares on her Instagram.
Wedding, Husband And Children
Generally, people in the field of film and acting prefer being in a relationship with the same professional background so that they can understand each other much better. Here, people expect their partners to be open-minded so that they can keep their relationship strong.
So in this process of finding that perfect partner, the gorgeous Sarayu fell in love with Jonathan Blue, who is a cameraman by profession.
Sarayu and her partner in crime, Jonathan are currently running in 6 years of their marital relationship. The couple got married in a beautiful wedding ceremony on 19 July 2014. They even celebrated their 5th wedding anniversary at their favorite restaurant in LA.
Sarayu and Jonathan are busy with their own work and life, enjoying their married life with each other and a pet. They count their dog as a member of their family.
The couple loves exploring different places together. Her husband seldom surprises her by taking her to different places to express his love for her. The husband and wife duo respect each other and never complain about each other's background and interests.
Now moving into Sarayu's on-screen relationship, Paul Delstein played the role of her screen husband on the TV series I Feel Bad. Similarly, Callan Farris and Lily Rose Silver played the role of their children as Louie and Lily respectively.
Sarayu Rao Blue's Career & Net Worth
"Acting is like being in a dysfunctional relationship. Right when you're ready to call it, you get just enough to keep going." -Sarayu R. Blue
Rao went to American Conservatory Theatre for her further studies in the field of acting. She had her first debut in 2002 from the film Leela. She is well known for her role in movies like Lions for Lambs, Dealin' with Idiots and Blockers.
She has not only put her hands in films but has also performed roles in some television series. Bones (2005), Dirt (2007), Outsourced (2010), Sons of Tucson (2010) and Hary's law (2011) are some of her famous TV series that she appeared in her early career.
She is also known for appearing in Monday Mornings (2013), No Tomorrow (2016-2017), and I Feel Bad (2018).
Sarayu is all set to appear as Trina in the upcoming American teen romantic comedy film, To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, which is scheduled to be released on 12 February 2020 by Netflix.
With the inclining career in the entertainment industry, Sarayu has not just bagged some notable characters under her belt but also has mustered an amazing salary. According to Glassdoor, the average annual salary of an actress in the United States is $86,036. Since Sarayu has almost two decades of experience as an actress and numerous acting credits, she has undoubtedly accumulated her net worth in millions.
Short Wiki And Bio:
Sarayu Rao Blue was born on 7 March 1975. She is 152.4 cm i.e. she is 5 feet tall in height. Pisces is her birth sign. She had an interest in acting since a very young age. During her high school days in West High School, Madison, she got to know more about arts and acting from where she got inspiration struggle in this field.