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Parvesh Cheena of “Family Style” Invites You Into His Home

February 18, 2021

The Chicago Reader met with one of Stage 13’s “Family Style” hosts, Parvesh Cheena to talk about his life, career, and future!

“…before Cheena’s talents aired for millions on network television, the Illinois native’s acting roots trace back to Chicago, where he launched his career in the hub of improv comedy and theater. Cheena, who attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Roosevelt University in Chicago, grew on the stage at local spots like the Chicago Shakespeare Theater, Apple Tree Theatre, and the Lifeline Theatre”.

Read where his career has taken him and the lifelong friends he’s made from Chicago. Some of which you may be familiar with if you watched the Season 2 finale of “Family Style“!

Keep up with Parvesh on Instagram and Twitter.

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