Reshma Shetty burst onto the small screen in USA's flagship series Royal Pains as television's first female South Asian series' lead. Royal Pains aired for a staggering eight seasons and over 100 episodes. The very next season, Reshma starred as a Series Regular on the Jason Katims-CBS drama Pure Genius. Additional television and film credits partially include a heavily recurring role on NBCs' Blindspot as accomplished journalist and 'DREAMer' Megan; recurring on CBS' Instinct as MI6 agent 'Maya'; Dreamworks/ Netflix's SHE-RA, CSI Miami (CBS), 30 Rock (NBC), Odd Mom Out (Bravo), Happyish (Showtime) and the feature film Allegiance. She will be seen on Monarchs (Fox) with Susan Sarandon and Anna Friel.
Reshma is also an accomplished vocalist and graduate of the famed Opera department at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. Immediately following graduation, she garnered the lead role of Priya in A.R. Rahman's / Andrew Lloyd Webber's First Broadway National tour of "Bombay Dreams". Shetty then opened to rave reviews in her Off-Broadway debut at The New Group, starring in Ayub Khan-Din's "Rafta Rafta."
Reshma was one of the first beautiful faces of Cindy Crawford's "Meaningful Beauty" line and continues to work with various organizations dedicated to public service meant to raise awareness and combat prejudice and discrimination. Some of her favorite organizations include Lend a Hand India, New York's New Abolitionists and most recently she partnered with Apne Aap Women Worldwide, a grassroots Indian organization, where Reshma had the opportunity to speak at the United Nations on working to empower girls and women to prevent sex trafficking.