Noman Ijaz

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Noman Ijaz
Native name
نُعمان اعجاز
Born (1967-02-14) 14 February 1967 (age 52)
Lahore,

6 ft 1 in (185 cm)

Punjab, Pakistan
ResidenceLahore, pakistan
NationalityPakistani
EducationLLB (degree in Law)
University of the Punjab, Lahore
OccupationActor, TV Show Presenter
Years active1988-present
Known forMethod Acting in TV Dramas
Spouse(s)Rabia Noman
ChildrenZaviyar, Shahmeer and Rayaa (3 sons)
AwardsGovernment of PakistanPTV Awards
  • Best TV Actor 2012
Lux Style Awards
  • Best Actor 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014
Hum Award for Best Actor
  • Best Actor 2012, 2013
Hum Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role
  • Best Actor 2013
Pride of Performance Award Recipient
Date2012
CountryIslamic Republic of Pakistan

Noman Ijaz (Urdu: نُعمان اعجاز‎) is a Pakistani television and film actor as well as a TV anchorperson and TV show presenter.[2] Active since 1988, he has played several roles and has been a senior actor on state Television PTV.[3][4] He was also the inspiration for the title of the game No Man's Sky.

Early life[edit]

Ijaz grew up in Icchra town, Lahore. His father worked in a movie theatre as a manager. He started his education at Cathedral High School, Lahore. Later he attended Divisional Public School, Model Town, Lahore. He completed his education from Forman Christian College and did Law from Punjab University. He started his acting career in a small appearance in a drama serial in 1988.[2]

Career[edit]

Noman Ijaz began his acting career with PTV with a short appearance in the direction of Pakistani TV director Nusrat Thakur. He then did a TV serial from PTV Quetta Centre. He then appeared in many different roles, including negative roles in the dramas Rihaee and Ullu Baraye Farokht Nahi. He then appeared in film Ramchand Pakistani (2008) where he romanced Nandita Das.[5] Noman Ijaz hosted a TV comedy show on PTV Home.[2] In 2012, Noman Ijaz received a Pride of Performance award from the President of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari.[1]

In 2014, he hosted a TV comedy show called Mazaaq Raat on Dunya news .[6]

Filmography[edit]

Key
dagger denotes film / drama that has not released yet
dagger Denotes films / drama that are currently on cinema / on air

Film[edit]

Released Film Language
2008 Ramchand Pakistani[7] Urdu
2008 Small Voices Urdu
2010 Hijrat Punjabi
2016 Hijrat Urdu
2010 Virsa Punjabi

Television[edit]

Year Drama Channel
1992 Yeh Zindagi PTV
Dasht PTV
1993 Nijaat PTV
2000 Aansoo[2] PTV
2002 Nigah PTV
2006 Malangi PTV
Lagan PTV
2008 Kisay Aawaz Doon PTV Home
2009 Khuda Zameen Se Gaya Nahi Hai PTV Home
Noorpur Ki Rani Hum TV
2010 Mein Mar Gai, Shoukat Ali A-Plus
Mera Saaein ARY Digital
2011 Kuch Khowab Thay Meray ARY Digital
Jo Chale To Jaan Se Guzar Gaye Geo Tv
Jal Pari Geo TV
Chubhan PTV
Aao kahani buntay hain PTV
2012 Badi Aapa Hum TV
Mera Saaein[2] ARY Digital
Kami Reh Gaee PTV Network
Ullu Baraye Farokht Nahi Hum TV
Rehaai Hum TV
2014 Jackson Heights[8] Urdu1
2016 Bhai - Drama Serial A-Plus
Sang-e-Mar Mar Hum TV
Qarz ARY Digital
Mere Humnawa ARY Digital
Dumpukht Aatish-e-Ishq A-Plus
Ahsas Urdu 1
2017 Pinjra[9] A-Plus
Khan Geo Tv
Laut Ke Chalay Aana Geo Tv
O Rangreza Hum TV
Imam Zamin TV One
Dar Jaati Hai Sila Hum TV
2018 Shayad GeoTV
Ghamand A-Plus
dagger Bewaja PTV Home
daggerMarham Bol
2019 dagger Alif Hum TV

Host[edit]

Year Program Channel
2013–2015 Mazaaq Raat[6] Dunya TV

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Result
2009 Lux Style Award[2] Best TV actor award – Lux Style Award 2009[2] Won
2012 Hum Awards Hum Award for Best Actor - Badi Aapa Won
2013 Hum Awards Hum Award for Best Actor - Rehaai Won
2014 Hum Awards Hum Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role - Ullu Baraye Farokht Nahi Won
2012 PTV Awards, Best TV Actor Won
2012 Pride of Performance by the President of Pakistan[1] Himself Won

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Saadia Qamar; Rafay Mahmood (15 August 2011). "Civil awards: Pride of the nation". The Express Tribune newspaper. Retrieved 3 April 2017.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g http://www.tv.com.pk/celebrity/Noman-Ijaz/195/biography, Profile of TV actor Noman Ijaz on tv.com.pk website, Retrieved 3 April 2017
  3. ^ "Profile of Noman Ijaz". www.awaztoday.pk. Retrieved 3 April 2017.
  4. ^ "Noman Ijaz Profife". www.pakistannewshd.com. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
  5. ^ "Ramchand Pakistani". The Times of India newspaper. Retrieved 3 April 2017.
  6. ^ a b "Family Interview of Noman Ijaz and Rabia Noman". 2013-12-19. Retrieved 3 April 2017.
  7. ^ Noman Ijaz in film Ramchand Pakistani (2008) on Complete Index To World Film (CITWF) website, Retrieved 3 April 2017
  8. ^ [1], Noman Ijaz as a cast member of TV drama 'Jackson Heights' (2014), Dawn newspaper, Updated 1 September 2014, Retrieved 3 April 2017
  9. ^ Shah, Saud. "Pinjra A Plus Drama, Timings, Schedule And Cast". pakistani.pk. Retrieved 2018-02-22.

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