Aseem Batra

Aseem Batra

Highest Rated: Not Available

Lowest Rated: Not Available

Birthday: Dec 28, 1975

Birthplace: Ohio, USA

Aseem Batra is an actor, television writer and producer of Indian descent. She was born in Ohio, grew up in Georgia, and moved to Orange Country, California, when she was 12. She's best known for her work on the comedic television series "Scrubs," for which she both wrote and acted in several episodes between 2006 and 2009. In 2009 she was awarded the Humanitas Prize for her "Scrubs" episode entitled "My Last Words," which she wrote and co-starred in as the medical student Josephine. As "Scrubs" wound down, 2009 would be the year she would move into her new role as co-producer, writer, and voice talent on the animated "Family Guy" spinoff, "The Cleveland Show."

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91% 53% Duncanville Truck Driver/Crazy Neighbor (Guest Voice) 2021
36% 57% Sunnyside Writer 2019
31% 69% I Feel Bad Executive Producer,
Writer
2018
No Score Yet 62% Family Guy Ranita (Guest Voice) 2016
92% 55% black-ish Unknown (Guest Star) 2015
No Score Yet 63% The Cleveland Show Choir Member (Guest Voice),
Kendra Krinklesac/Woman (Voice),
Writer
2009-2013
83% 87% Scrubs Josephine (Character),
Unknown (Guest Star),
Writer
2006-2009