Kumail Nanjiani (Actor) Height, Weight, Date of Birth, Age, Wiki, Biography, Girlfriend
Kumail Ali Nanjiani is a Pakistani-American comedian, actor, screenwriter, and podcaster. He majorly recognized for playing the part of Dinesh in the HBO comedy series Silicon Valley (2014-2019) and for co-writing and featuring in the romantic comedy 2017’s film The Big Sick. The Time magazine nominated him in the ‘Top 100 Most Influencers in the World’ in 2018.
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Birth & Family
Kumail Nanjiani was born on February 21, 1978 in Karachi, Sindh. His father’s name is Ajiaz Nanjiani and, his mother’s name is Shabana Nanjiani. He got a sibling named Zain Nanjiani. Kumail did his schooling in St. Michael’s Convent School and Karachi Grammar School. At the age of 18, he moved to the United States and enrolled at Grinnell College in Grinnell, Lowa, where he graduated in 2001. Kumail holds a degree in Computer Science and Philosophy.
Kumail Ali Nanjiani
Comedian, Actor, Screenwriter, and Podcaster
Date of Birth
February 21, 1978
Age (as in 2021)
Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Mother : Shabana Nanjiani Father : Ajiaz Nanjiani Sister : Not Available Brother : Zain Nanjiani Wife : Emily V. Gordon (m. 2007-Present)
California, United States
Kumail debuted with the television series Saturday Night as an Indian Reporter in 2008. In 2009 he appeared in the series The Colbert Report in the 2 episode. In the same year, he featured in the 7 episodes of the series Michael & Michael Have Issues.
Kumail embarked on a career in the film Life as We Know It as Simon in 2010. Nanjiani and Ali Baker started presenting a video game podcast entitled The Indoor Kids in 2011. He appeared as a delivery boy in the film The Kings of Summer in 2013. Kumail has acted in various comedy shows like Portlandia. He played a supporting role in the TNT show Franklin & Bash. His Comedy Central feature, Beta Male, released in 2013. Kumail hosted the program The Meltdown with Jonah that year.
Kumail started to play the character Dinesh in the sitcom HBO Silicon Valley in 2014. He introduced Reggie to the video game The Walking Dead: Season Two. Kumail facilitated a weekly podcast entitled The X-Files Files in 2014. The same year, he participated in the podcast of Ken Reid, a television career counselor. Kumail featured in a Broad City episode entitled In Heat in the year 2015. In 2015, he showed up on Inside Amy Schumer in episode 12 Angry Men. In 2017, he performed in the romantic comedy movie The Big Sick. Nanjiani featured on the first episode of CBS All Access’s cover of The Twilight Zone in the year 2019. Kumail starred in the comedy film The Lovebirds broadcasted by Netflix in 2020. Kumail starred in the comedy film The Lovebirds broadcasted by Netflix in 2020.
Education Details and More
St. Michael’s Convent School Karachi Grammar School
Grinnell College in Grinnell
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Philosophy
Television : Saturday Night (2008)
Film : Life as We Know It (2010)
San Diego International Film Festival (2019) Independent Spirit Awards (2017) Kanbar Award for Storytelling (2017)