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Kumail Nanjiani originally grew up in Pakistan while moved to the United States at the age of 18 for educational purposes. There, his career in the entertainment industry began in the late-2000s and he gained initial recognition as an actor by starring in TV series like Franklin & Bash, Portlandia, and Newsreaders. After years of work in the entertainment industry, Kumail first found major success during 2014, a year during which he starred in blockbuster movie S*x Tape and also began portraying the character of Dinesh Chugtai in the hit TV series, Silicon Valley. Nanjiani then found further mainstream success in 2017 when he co-wrote and also starred in the romantic comedy The Big Sick, a film that went on to become one of the most acclaimed and commercially successful movies of the year. Since that breakthrough, he has become a lot more active in the entertainment industry and continues to undertake various kind of projects related to acting, stand-up comedy, and writing. Finally, coming towards his personal life, Kumail Nanjiani is married to Emily V. Gordon since 2007, who herself is an accomplished author and producer.
Body Measurements Table
All body measurements you might be interested in can be found in the table below. For example height, weight and dress size.
|Height||174 cm, 5′ 8½”|
|Weight||76 kg, 167 pounds|
You can get stuck in the trap of reading your YouTube comments all the time. Sometimes I regret it. Not everyone is going to love you. And for some reason, stand-up has this thing where everyone thinks they can do it. So everyone thinks they’re an expert.
I was actually looking at the poster for ‘Tarzan,’ and I was thinking how abs look so different now. These are not your grandma’s abs. They go so deep and so sharp now.
TV requires a lot more patience. No one’s ever like, ‘I gotta get up at 5 A.M. and write my stand-up!’ It’s an easy life. With ‘Silicon Valley,’ it’s long hours and very unglamorous.
I remember my jaw would hurt because I wasn’t used to speaking English all the time. Like how, even if you exercise, you’ll play kickball one day, and then you’re like, ‘Wait, I run, but new places are hurting because I don’t use my muscles this way.’ My mouth was not used to making these sounds.
Studio execs were like, ”Lord of the Rings!’ People want to see sword-and-dragon-type things!’ No, people just want to see great stories. Hollywood always takes the wrong lesson from successes.