|Education||LLB (degree in Law)|
University of the Punjab, Lahore
|Occupation||Actor, TV Show Presenter|
|Known for||Method Acting in TV Dramas|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Children||Zaviyaar, Shahmeer and Rayaan (3 sons)|
|Awards||Government of PakistanPTV Awards|
|Pride of Performance Award Recipient|
|Country||Islamic Republic of Pakistan|
Nauman Ijaz (Urdu: نُعمان اعجاز) is a Pakistani television and film actor as well as a TV anchorperson and TV show presenter. He is currently hosting a prime time chit chat show on Neo News HD with the title of G Sarkar.  Active since 1988, he has played several roles and has been a senior actor on state Television PTV.
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.
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. Noman Ijaz hosted a TV comedy show on PTV Home. In 2012, Noman Ijaz received a Pride of Performance award from the President of Pakistan, Asif Ali Zardari.
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|Denotes films / drama that are currently on cinema / on air|
|2013–2015||Mazaaq Raat||Dunya TV|
|2009||Lux Style Award||Best TV actor award – Lux Style Award 2009||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||Dil Behkay Ga||Won|
|2012||Pride of Performance by the President of Pakistan||Himself||Won|
|2019||18th Lux Style Awards||Best Actor Male(Critics)||Dar si Jaati Hai Sila||Won|
|2019||7th Hum Awards||Best Actor Male(Jury)||Dar si Jaati Hai Sila||Won|
|2019||7th Hum Awards||Best Actor in a Negative Role||Dar si Jaati Hai Sila||Won|
|2019||7th Hum Awards||Most Impactful Character||Dar si Jaati Hai Sila||Won|
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