Kumail Nanjiani Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Workout, Movies, TV Shows, Worth

By | March 30, 2024

Kumail Nanjiani Biography

Kumail born in Pakistan his real name is Kumail Ali Nanjiani. He is a Pakistani-American comedian, actor, screenwriter, and podcaster who is famous for serving in many films among them Silicon Valley, The Big Sick, Prismo, Adventure Time, Franklin & Bash, Newsreaders, Portlandia, and in the action film Stuber. He is also famous for being the co-host of the Comedy Central show The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail.

How old is Kumail Nanjiani?

He was born in 1978 in Karachi, Pakistan. The Pakistani-American influence is 43 years old as of February 21st 2021.

Kumail Nanjiani Family

He is a son to Aijaz Nanjiani and Shabana Nanjiani. His parents are of the Sindhi family, an Indo-Aryan ethnolinguistic clan who speak the Sindhi language and are native to the Sindh province of Pakistan.

Are kumail and Emily still married?

Nanjiani is a husband to Emily V. Gordon since 2007. The two wedded at Chicago City Hall. Emily is a former couple and family therapist who as of now serving as an author and producer.

Kumail Nanjiani Work out

Nanjiani works out in a basement weight room in Beverly Hills referred to as the Granite Gym, electrical wires attached to his back. Elbows in two fabric cradles, he grunts into a tweaked lat pull down as his mentor, Grant Roberts, applies electrical charges to his back muscles.

Kumail Nanjiani Silicon Valley

He was featured as Dinesh Chugtai, a programmer specializing in Java and member of Pied Piper who is mostly the victim of Gilfoyle’s ridicule and tricks in the American comedy TV series Silicon Valley.

Kumail Nanjiani Career

Nanjiani and X-Play employees Ali Baker began hosting a podcast-themed video game called The Indoor Men in 2011. He performed frequently on the podcast of Dan Harmon, Harmontown, as an actor called Chris de Burgh. In the 2013 film, The Kings of Summer, he acted a delivery man. He began acting Dinesh in the Silicon Valley HBO sitcom in April 2014. In the video game The Walking Dead: Season Two, he voiced Reggie.

Come July 2014, he aired a weekly podcast called The X-Archives Files, committed to conversation and fond reminiscences concerning the series. In March 2015, he offered his voice to the role of Mshak Moradi in the Search the Truth Audio Drama, part of the Halo 5: Guardians publicity campaign. Come 2017, he featured in the romantic comedy film The Big Sick, written with his wife Emily V. Gordon.

In 2019, Nanjiani unveiled the first episode of the CBS All Access reboot of the anthology series The Twilight Zone. He was appointed for the Prime time Emmy Award for Best Guest Star in the Drama Series for his performance. In the year 2020 he gave his voice to Plimpton, an ostrich, in the adventure comedy film Dolittle. He as well wrote and produced the Little America anthology series Apple TV+, which started in January 2020.

Kumail Nanjiani Net Worth

He has a accumulated net worth of $8 million.

Kumail Nanjiani Movies

  •  2021 – Eternals
  • 2020 – Dolittle
  •  2020 – The Lovebirds
  •  2019 – Stuber
  •  2019 – Men in Black: International
  •  2018 – Duck Butter
  •  2017 – The Big Sick
  •  2017 – Fist Fight
  •  2017 – A Happening of Monumental Proportions
  •  2017 – Funny: The Documentary

Kumail Nanjiani TV Shows

  • 2020 – Little America
  •  2020 – Kal Penn Approves This Message
  •  2019 – The Twilight Zone
  •  2019 – Bless the Harts
  •  2018 – RuPaul’s Drag Race
  •  2017 – Saturday Night Live
  •  2016 – The X-Files
  •  2016 – Animals.
  •  2016 – 31st Independent Spirit Awards
  •  2016–2017 – HarmonQuest
  •  2015 – Broad City
  •  2015 – Archer

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