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Aasif Mandvi Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016

Aasif Hakim Mandviwala (born March 5, 1966), known professionally as Aasif Mandvi /???s?f ?m??ndvi?/, (AH-sif MAHND-vee) is an Indian-American actor and comedian. He began appearing as an occasional contributing correspondent on The Daily Show on August 9, 2006. On March 12, 2007, he was promoted to a regular correspondent. Wikipedia

Aasif Mandviwala information

Aasif Mandviwala information

Birth date: March 5, 1966
Birth place: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Height:5' 8" (1.73 m)
Profession:Actor, Producer, Writer

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Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015Streamy AwardThe Streamy AwardsBest ActorHalal in the Family (2015)
2012COFCA AwardCentral Ohio Film Critics AssociationBest EnsembleMargin Call (2011)· Kevin Spacey
· Paul Bettany
· Jeremy Irons
· Zachary Quinto
· Penn Badgley
· Simon Baker
· Mary McDonnell
· Demi Moore
· Stanley Tucci
2011Gotham Independent Film AwardGotham AwardsBest Ensemble PerformanceMargin Call (2011)· Kevin Spacey
· Paul Bettany
· Jeremy Irons
· Zachary Quinto
· Penn Badgley
· Simon Baker
· Mary McDonnell
· Demi Moore
· Stanley Tucci
2011PFCS AwardPhoenix Film Critics Society AwardsBest Ensemble ActingMargin Call (2011)· Kevin Spacey
· Paul Bettany
· Jeremy Irons
· Zachary Quinto
· Penn Badgley
· Simon Baker
· Mary McDonnell
· Demi Moore
· Stanley Tucci
· Susan Blackwell
· Ashley Williams


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#Fact
1In November 2014 he will publish his first book, "No Land's Man", a collection of personal essays.
2Grew up in Bradford, England, UK, and Tampa, Florida, USA.
3Graduated from the University of South Florida, where he majored in theater.
4His one-man show "Sakina's Restaurant" was the first play written by a South Asian American to be produced Off Broadway.
5Ismail Merchant cast Mandvi as the lead in the film The Mystic Masseur (2001) after seeing him perform "Sakina's Restaurant," his one-man show.
6He and Connie Britton used to perform together in a Murder Mystery company.
7During his first-ever appearance on The Daily Show (1996), Bruce Springsteen was in the studio audience.

#Quote
1When I was 11 my friend's mom made a peanut butter sandwich. I ate the sandwich and was like, 'I'm never eating anything else again.' And I still eat peanut butter every day. I would put peanut butter on a steak.
2Traditional television as we have known it will make love to the Internet and have a child. That child will be the future. It's already happening, and it's hot!
3I never consciously got into comedy. It was sort of one of those things where I was a theater student, I was acting, I was doing comedy, I was doing dramatic stuff, so it's been something that I've always done and enjoyed doing and had an instinct to be relatively good at.
4In America, people think being South Asian is still kind of exotic. When you go outside New York and Chicago and L.A., there are people who have never tried Indian food... they've never even tasted it!
5An artist's job is simply to take the mirror in front of your face and hold it there. It's not to give you any answers. It is simply to take that mirror and point it at you.
6When you're brown and Indian, you get offered a lot of doctor roles.
7The artist never really has any control over the impact of his work. If he starts thinking about the impact of his work, then he becomes a lesser artist.
8I'm not really a food connoisseur.
9I've always said I'm the worst representative of Muslim-Americans that's ever existed, because I've been inside more bars than mosques.
10If you don't acknowledge differences, it's as bad as stereotyping or reducing someone.
11In Britain, you never get away from the fact that you're a foreigner. In the U.S., the view is it doesn't matter where you come from.
12The experience of being on a show that is very much in the center of popular culture is exciting. You really feel like you're reaching people.
13I was born in India - but never really lived there.
14I'm Muslim the way many of my Jewish friends are Jewish: I avoid pork, and I take the big holidays off.
15People lament that there's no roles being written for South Asian or Muslim characters. But their parents don't want their children to go into the entertainment field. You don't get it both ways.
16The great joy of doing 'The Daily Show' for me is that I get to sit on the fence between cultures. I am commenting on the absurdity of both sides as an outsider and insider. Sometimes I'm playing the brown guy, and sometimes I'm not, but the best stuff I do always goes back to being a brown kid in a white world.
17I think Islam has been hijacked by the idea that all Muslims are terrorists; that Islam is about hate, about war, about jihad - I think that hijacks the spirituality and beauty that exists within Islam. I believe in allowing Islam to be seen in context and in its entirety and being judged on what it really is, not what you think it is.


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