Delilah Alvares

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Delilah Alvares
Born Al-Sabah, Kuwait
Citizenship United Kingdom
Years active 2010–present
Height 5 feet 7 inches[1]

Delilah Judy Alvares[2] is a British actress, model and writer of Kuwaiti origin.[3] She worked in films and television before entering the modeling world where she was part of important fashion-shows like Lakme Fashion Week.[4]

Personal life

Alvares was born in Al-Sabah, Kuwait,[5] the daughter of Mario Daniel Alvares and Late Debra Rodriguez.[6] With a life between Kuwait and England, just after the early death of her mother, she found her home in Birmingham with her father's side of the family. Her father soon re-married and a few years later, she was disowned by her family, following which, her mother's sister Judy Caleb, adopted her immediately.[7][8]


As an actress

Alvares reportedly anchored live shows and parties for extra pocket money during her early days.[9] She started as a theatre actor in performances of Four wonders (2007) as the mental sister, Ms. Brown (2007) as the lead character, Drunkard (2005) as the lead character, Murder Mystery (2007) in a double role of a mentally challenged child and the psychopath, Schizophrenia (2008) as the schizophrenic, The prostitute from Baina (2006) as the prostitute, that was critically reviewed negatively as being too vulgar for theatre and Money makes the world go round (2006) as the supporting character.[9][10][11]

She was then offered short films Expect the Unexpected (2011),[12] Poonam (2011), Kismat (2012), supporting characters in feature movies and television shows like Diary of a Gypsy (2012-2013) and others, special appearance on Channel V – Dil, Dosti, Dance, TV commercials like Rubicon fruit juice, Fastrack, CMYK, Canon Power shot – what makes us click (2012) with Anushka Sharma and music videos, among which were Khabir Moraes's "Gopan Io" by Milroy Goes (2010) and "Vote Tit for Tat" by Remo Fernandes (2012).[9][13][14]

As a model

As a model she has worked for Lakme Fashion Week, L'Oreal-Bridal look, SummerTime 2011, Music festival-2011, Mr. Goa 2010, North-Ease Breeze show, Monty Sally, Wendell Rodricks, Verma d'mello, Jyostsna Bhat, Philu Martins, Yana Nagoba, Gitanjali Jewellery,[15] and worked with many photographers around the world like Frimson's Chicago, Walk through magazine-Dubai, Marlboro-United Kingdom, Prasad Pankar, Fabian Rodrigues, Seema Amonkar, Jayavanti Loundo, Henry Nazareth, Datta Gawade, Siddhesh Naik, Brijesh Kakodkar, Krupa Tamhankar, Chetana Bhat, Mubarak Khan, Ryan D'souza, Ashok Pol, Gautam Pai, Pooja Lawande Karmali, Nidhi Tar, Gautam Karkal, Pratik Chari, Manohar Chari, Hemant Parab, Ashley D'souza, Ashu Dhond, Ashwin Shukla, Sheldon Rodrigues, Sharad Khot Photography, Au Point photography, 'Out of the Box' Photography, Crispino Dourado and many more.[16]

As a writer

Alvares has authored a fiction novel series, The Maze (2016) published by Christopher Matthews Publishing, New York.[17][18][19] She has written three plays - Four Wonders (2007), Ms. Brown (2007) and Murder Mystery (2007)[20]



In 2013, the media referred to Alvares as anorexic, but she later disclosed the rumor as false and misleading through a Magazine Interview.[21][22]


  • Femina Miss India (GOA) (2013) – Beauty Pageants.[23]
  • ROCK Calendar Model - 2012[24][25]


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  2. "Delilah Alvares". Awesome Gang. 
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  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 "Interview with Delilah Alvares". 29 March 2010. 
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  11. Delilah Alvares Stage Performances "" imdb. Retrieved May 28, 2016
  12. IMDB "" Delilah Alvares Filmography- Actress Credits. Retrieved 2016-05-28.
  13. "Watch Expect the Unexpected online". 
  14. "" IMDb. Delilah Alvares in films & television. Retrieved 2016-05-28
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  16. "Fashion Photography". 
  17. "The Maze: Dark Shadows a new detective novel by Delilah Alvares". 
  18. "Delilah Alvares". 
  19. "Out of the maze". The Goan. 
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  24. Awesome Gang "" Vinny O'Hare. May 2016. Retrieved 2016-05-28
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