Avan Tudor Jogia was born on February 9, 1992 in Vancouver, British Columbia to Mike and Wendy Jogia.
His father is a British Indian expatriate, who immigrated to Canada, and his mother is of English, Welsh and German descent.
If there’s been harm: Whether it’s been physical, emotional or verbal, if you’ve been hurt by your significant other, it’s a clear sign that the relationship needs to be ended.
You don’t have to risk your health over someone who doesn’t care about your well being.
He was highly appreciated for his performance in the movie.
In the year 2008, he became more popular when he played the role of Champ Sinclair in the television movie ‘Gym Teacher: The Movie’.
Besides acting, Jogia co-founded the LGBT online organization Straight But Not Narrow in 2011, which seeks to shape the viewpoints of teenagers and adults on matters pertaining to the LGBT community.
Among Jogia's future acting roles, is within the 2017 comedy film The Outcasts, and a forthcoming rendition of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Jogia, 24, said in an interview with , “Maybe I’ve been lucky but I think that it’s mostly a choice.
I think if you continuously choose to court the public’s attention to your relationship, you run the risk of asking them to pry more out of it, but it would also be a bit strange to totally ignore your significant other’s existence in public as well.” That would explain how this celebrity news was easily kept under wraps. Perhaps some insight of what caused the split can be seen in Deutch’s recent film appearances in Cupid’s Advice: Break-ups can be rough, but sometimes they’re necessary.
It's also a little bit of a social commentary piece, because it covers very timely issues. And depending on the character you're doing, it's all concentration on your voice.