Kumail Nanjiani Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Kumail Nanjiani is a notable Pakistani-American professional comic, entertainer, and writer. Kumail Nanjiani is most popular for his HBO parody series Silicon Valley, and he has a webcast.

How old is Kumail Nanjiani? Kumail Nanjiani is 43 years of age. Kumail was born on February 21, 1978, in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, to a Muslim family. His more youthful brother, Zain, is a financier who lives in the United States. Kumail was born and brought up in Karachi, Pakistan. Also, he is of Muslim ethnicity.


Kumail Nanjiani Kumail went to Karachi Grammar School for his profession. Kumail moved to the United States when he was 18 years of age to go to Grinnell College in Iowa, where he graduated in 2001 with twofold majors in Computer Science and Philosophy.

Full Name: Kumail Nanjiani
Age: 43 years
Birthday: 21 Feb
Birthplace: Karachi
Nationality: pakistani
Gender: Male
Horoscope: Pisces
Wife: Emily Vance Gordon
Net Worth: $100k to 1M
Height: 5 feet 8 inches (1.73m)
Profession: N/A
Sibling: brother zain

Is Kumail Nanjiani dating somebody? Kumail Nanjiani started dating Emily Vance Gordon, a family specialist, in 2006, yet needed to keep the relationship mysterious from his folks.

Kumail Nanjiani He ultimately told his folks after Emily turned out to be sick with an obscure incendiary condition. They were strong basically in light of the fact that she was sick. Emily recuperated four months after the fact. They wedded on July 14, 2007 in Chicago.

How tall is Kumail Nanjiani? Kumail is an attractive and canny man with extraordinary material science. His level is around 5 feet 8 inches, and his weight is roughly 70kg. Essentially, he has dark hair and eyes.


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Vocation line of Kumail Nanjiani Kumail Nanjiani would have rather not worked in an office and on second thought needed to seek after a vocation as a jokester in the wake of completing his studies. He debuted his one-man play, ‘Unpronounceable,’ at Lakeshore Theater in Chicago in mid-2007, to basic recognition and boundless media inclusion.
Kumail Nanjiani In 2008, he made his most memorable TV appearance in an episode of ‘Saturday Night Live,’ in which he played an uncredited Indian journalist.
The next year, he played Pakistani staff member Kumail in the TV sitcom series ‘Michael and Michael Have Issues,’ and he showed up in two episodes of ‘The Colbert Report.’
He had a little part in the 2010 rom-com film ‘Life as far as We Might be concerned.’ In 2011, he showed up in six episodes of the TV show “Googy” and in a sketch on “School Humor Originals.”
In July of that year, he co-facilitated ‘The Indoor Kids,’ a computer game and geek culture web recording with Ali Baker of G4TV’s ‘X-Play.’ Emily, his better half, assumed control north of a month after the fact.
He played Pindar Singh in the TNT series “Franklin and Bash” from 2011 to 2014, and he showed up in a few episodes of “Portlandia” somewhere in the range of 2011 and 2017. In the second time of ‘Consuming Love,’ and as a visitor on HBO’s ‘Veep.’
Somewhere in the range of 2012 and 2014, he showed up in movies, for example, “The Five-Year Engagement,” “The Kings of Summer,” “Damnation Baby,” and “Sex Tape.”
He’s been a standard visitor and officer on Dan Harmon’s digital broadcast ‘Harmontown’ starting around 2013, often playing ‘Prisons and Dragons’ with the host.
In late June 2013, Comedy Central got his show, “The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail,” which he co-made with his significant other Emily V. Gordon and is facilitated by Jonah Ray and Kumail Nanjiani. In July 2013, the channel broadcasted an extraordinary episode named “Beta Male” about him. After a year, in July 2014, “The Meltdown” debuted. Since April 2014, he has been featuring as software engineer Dinesh Chugtai in the HBO sitcom “Silicon Valley.”
Both this show and ‘The Meltdown’ were enormously effective in the United States, and he turned into an easily recognized name. In July 2014, he started facilitating the week by week digital recording “The X Files.” Several previous “The X-Files” creators, makers, entertainers, and chiefs showed up.
In the years since, he has showed up on a few TV programs, including his previous colleague’s “The Pete Holmes Show,” “Key and Peele,” “Inside Amy Schumer,” and “The X.”
He has likewise given his voice to various computer games, including ‘The Walking Dead: Season Two,’ ‘Mass Effect: Andromeda,’ and ‘Center earth: Shadow of War.’
In 2015, he voiced the person Mshak Moradi in the sound show “Chase the Truth” as a component of the ad crusade for “Radiance 5: Guardians.”
On January 20, 2017, he co-featured with Zoe Kazan in the semi-personal rom-com “The Big Sick.” Which he co-composed with his significant other Emily.
He generally as of late gotten back to ‘SNL’ to have an episode on October 14, 2017. In which his speech about Islamophobia drew a great deal of consideration.