Rory Girvan (born 13 August 1987) is a British actor, best known for playing Sunil in Stella, Sky Comedy Drama written by and starring Ruth Jones.
Girvan was born in Swindon, Wiltshire, England, to an Indian mother and Scottish father. He attended Roundhay School in Leeds before gaining a degree in Politics and International Relations at the University of Manchester.
He trained with the National Youth Theatre and performed in their production of Outright Terror Bold and Brilliant directed by former National Youth Theatre Artistic Director John Hoggarth and written by Dan Rebellato, at the Soho Theatre.
Other theatre credits include Tits/Teeth at the Soho Theatre, Herons at the Library Theatre and A Girl in a Car With a Man at the Contact Theatre.
In 2011 Rory was cast as Sunil in Stella, Sky Comedy Drama written by and starring Ruth Jones. The second series aired on Sky One in January 2013.
Additional screen credits include BBC Comedy's Bluestone 42, Kay Mellor's The Syndicate on BBC 1 and Wayne in the film adaptation of Daniel Clay's novel Broken, directed by Rufus Norris.
He also appeared in the hit series of Sally Wainwright's Happy Valley in 2014 on BBC 1.