Kusum Sikder was born in Pakistan but migrated to Australia, where she became a permanent resident. She has played different characters in more than one TV series and has acted in some films. She has appeared in “MacGyver” and “The Perfect Score” among others. Kusum Sikder was married to Abul Albaz from Bangladesh and they have two children. After the marriage, she moved to Britain and continued to work in the British television industry. She is now settled in Australia and has a son called Ridzaya.
Age: 37 years
Birthday: April 12, 1983
Birth Place: Dhaka, Bangladesh
Zodiac Sign: Aries
Kusum Sikder Height: 5 feet 5 inches
Weight: in Kilograms- 57 kg, in Pounds- 125.66 lbs
Body Measurements: 33-23-34 inches
Kusum Sikder Net Worth: $1 Million – $5 Million (Approx.)
Salary: Under Review
Full Name: Kusum Sikder
Skin Color: Fair
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Brown
Body Shape: Hourglass
Shoe Size: 7.5
School NAME: Mohammadpur Preparatory School
University Name: Rajshahi University
Marital Status: Married
Kusum Sikder Husband: Moinul Islam Khan
Kusum Sikder was named by Variety as one of the 50 Most Influential Women of All Time. She is the founder of the award-winning art theatre group the Dadaab Theater. She has also been a favorite performer of mainstream British cinema with some notable appearances such as “roles de guayabit” and “Look at Me.” Kusum Sikder was born in 1954 and grew up in Adelaide, Australia where her family came from Urdu and Hindi cultures. Her early life was spent studying Urdu and English in Pakistan.
Kusum Sikder’s biography will show that she did go to school and did receive an education but ultimately pursued a career in acting in the UK. While in secondary school she gained some small acting jobs but felt that it wasn’t what she wanted to do. She considered becoming a teacher but changed her mind when she realized that it required a much longer and rigorous training schedule. Instead, Kusum Sikder thought she would be better served learning about the fashion, literature and fine arts. After several years in the UK, she had established a reputation as an artist and was invited to perform at the London Arts Festival in the late eighties.
Now, Kusum Sikder’s bio is focused on her art career which is evident by her numerous listed works including her two solo exhibitions “raits” and “desert flower” as well as her various works in a group called Desert Flowers. In the same way, Kusum Sikder’s social media accounts i.e. Facebook, Twitter and MySpace all reflect her love of art related activities. In fact, Kusum Sikder’s profile on Facebook states that she loves painting both still lives as well as photographs. In fact, Kusum Sikder’s MySpace profile picture is a painting entitled” Horizon.”
Kusum Sikder’s biography also shows that she is an avid traveller and is passionate about world peace and helping women and children at risk of falling in line by supporting AIDS charities. Her own father died when she was very young and she never forgave her father for that. She is also quoted in the same context in her bio-book as being an inspiring leader who managed to establish and develop a school while working away from home as well as managing a social media account which has now been deleted. In fact, Kusum Sikder’s work is available online for anyone to purchase.
Kusum Sikder’s most common subject in writing is Indian art and this book is no exception. In this book, you will learn about her life as an artist, how she came to be a successful and famous artist and how she has influenced and attracted many others like her in the art world. It is interesting to read about the different aspects of her work such as how she made Bangla Desh have a collage appearance or how she painted a portrait of a monkey to look like a masterpiece. The fact that she is able to bring out similar pictures in Bangladesh and India only adds to the complexity and richness of her artwork. This is definitely not your run of the mill picture postcard or even a typical children’s book as Kusum Sikder brings in new age and contemporary concepts to the canvas.