Golam Sarwar Harun born in the year of 1965 12th April at Dhaka, Bangladesh. He started his career in theatre from his highschool days, by joining Natyachakra, a leading theatre group in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Later he joined Mahanagari-77 and then went on to form his own theatre group, Kushilab. During the 80s to mid the 90s, he has been actively engaged in various theatrical activities that included, acting, directing, writing original plays, and adapting plays from other countries. He has also participated in intense theatre workshops that involved training on acting, Mime, writing, directing, and sound/lights of theatre organized by Shilpakala Academy and Bangladesh Group Theatre Federation. In Dhaka, Harun also made his presence known in radio, television, and films with his acting and screenwriting talents. Living in the US for the last several years, Harun has been quite active in the Bangla community theatre scene. He is the Artistic Director of Dhaka Drama, a theatre group based in Queens, New York. He has also worked in a few productions with Epic Actors’ Workshop, notable among them is his participation in the New York International Fringe Theatre Festival. He has also directed Salim Al Din's 'Kittonkhola', 'Dhaboman' and 'Nirastra (Unarmed)' for South Asian Theatre Festival. Harun acted in a movie titled 'The Relactant Fundamentalist' directed by internationaly aclaimed film mekar Mira Niar.