Sanjeev, who was born in London and moved with his family to Scotland when he was six, is joining the cast of ‘Scottish Institution’ River City in the Autumn. “Continuing drama is a hard shift, and I look forward to flexing my acting muscles. Well finding them first” says Sanjeev.
The Scots Mag finds out that Sanjeev was approached through Twitter for his new role in Shooting Clerks – an upcoming feature that looks at the making of the cult film Clerks by independent moviemaker Kevin Smith. He also said “I’ve had some very interesting work out of Twitter usually unpaid, but interesting nonetheless.”
The comedian is a true multi-media entertainer with over 58,000 followers on Twitter. The Scots Magazine has picked some of his best tweets and features them in the article.
The September issue of The Scots Magazine goes on general sale today.
THE SCOTS MAGAZINE
The Scots Magazine is a glossy, monthly magazine focussed on Scotland her People, Places, Culture and Leisure. It features some of the finest writing on all Scottish life plus stunning photography showcasing Scotland’s cities and wild spaces in all their glory.
Believed to be the oldest magazine still in publication, it was first published on 9th February 1739 (in 2014 the magazine celebrated its 250th anniversary), as a 48-page pamphlet, priced sixpence monthly. It was edited and printed in Edinburgh.
With a monthly average readership of over 200,000 The Scots Magazine is the world’s best-selling Scottish-interest publication. It boasts a very healthy subscription base, plus newsstand sales in Scotland, the wider UK and overseas.
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