Om Raj Raut is a Nepalese actor and writer who was born in Nepal. After performing at renowned Theatre village Nepal and Kolkata theatre festival India he came to the United States to study Drama with International Dean's Scholarship in his late teen. He is a recipient of the Seymour Peck Encouragement award and Curtain Call award from the City University of New York. With the nomination of best actor at New York Theater Festival and best dramatic playwriter at Frigid New York Theatre Festival, he has performed TNC on the air (Theatre for New city) as a solo actor. In addition to that, he played the lead role in Pirate Christmas Carol with Frank Sanchez Musicals Production company and another successful lead in an AlfaNYC production, Ten Ways to Survive Life in Quarantine. He is also a writer of his solo show Under The Rainbow, 1953: Race for the Summit, and a full-length play Marriage License. He graduated with honors in a Drama major despite learning English as a third language after Nepali and Hindi and continuing his theatre career. While studying BA in Theatre at the CUNY, he performed in multiple main productions from Shakespeare to and contemporary. His main artistic concern is to bring diverse cultures and intrinsic human truth to the international audience from his varied background. He feels the lack of representation in the global platform. He is a proud first-generation college graduate who wants to use his pioneering spirit and love for the arts towards underserved children and diverse artists by opening a performing art school in Nepal.