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September 18, 1980 (43)
Adeel Akhtar is a British actor who gained prominence for his dynamic roles in film and television. His unparalleled versatility has been evident through an array of projects that span different genres and narratives.
In the cinematic realm, Akhtar’s appearances are as diverse as they are impactful. One cannot overlook his portrayal in films like “Four Lions,” where he masterfully played the character Faisal, or the romantic drama “The Big Sick,” where he took on the role of Naveed. Transitioning to the world of television, his portrayal in “Utopia” as Wilson Wilson and his engaging performance in “Murdered by My Father” are just a few examples that demonstrate the breadth of his acting range.
Adeel’s collaborations read like a who’s who of the entertainment industry. He’s shared the screen with talented actors like Riz Ahmed in “Four Lions”, Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan in “The Big Sick,” Nicole Kidman and Alex Sharp in “How to Talk to Girls at Parties,” and Hugh Grant in “Florence Foster Jenkins.” Further enriching his collaborative palette, he’s worked alongside Michaela Coel in “Black Mirror,” David Thewlis in “Anomalisa,” Matthew Macfadyen in “Pan,” Keira Knightley in “The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl,” and Rosamund Pike in “A Private War.”
Adeel’s commitment to his craft has not gone unnoticed by the industry. He won the BAFTA Television Award for Best Actor for his role in “Murdered by My Father.”