Ron Mustafaa

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Ron Mustafaa
Born Ronald Mustafaa
(1989-12-03) December 3, 1989 (age 27) [1]
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Occupation Actor
Years active 2008 - present

Imran Mahmood "Ron" Mustafaa (born December 3, 1989) is a young Bangladeshi Canadian actor. He played Abbud Siddiqui on the MTV television teen drama Skins.[2]

Life and career[edit]

Ron Mustafaa is of Bengali origins.[1] He is currently attending the University of Waterloo as a graduate student in the Master of Public Service program.

Ron Mustafaa originally wanted to become a lawyer, but his mother wanted him to become an actor. His mother grew up in Bangladesh and was an aspiring actress, but never gained success. He often states that his mother is living her dream through him.[1]

Prior to Skins, he was best known for his role as Roy Jackson in Team Epic.

In 2010, Ron was cast as Abbud Siddiqui in the MTV adaptation of the British teen drama Skins. There he plays Abbud in Skins, who defies his parents conventional wishes and prefers a lifestyle involving girls, drugs, party and alcohol.[3]

His character is based on the character Anwar Kharral from the original Skins UK show.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Ron Mustafaa was 6 years old when his family moved from Bangladesh to Oshawa, ON. Ron's hobbies include acting, playing basketball, watching movies, strumming the guitar and hanging out with friends. While he hopes that he will pursue a career in film and television, he is also very academic and aspires to be in consulting in the future. Ron's favorite actors include Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro, and his favorite movie is Raging Bull.


Year Title Role Notes
2008–2009 Team Epic Roy Jackson Lead role
2011 Skins Abbud Siddiqui Lead role
2012-2013 Hemlock Grove (TV series) Tom Mayer Principal Role (3 Episodes)
2012-2013 Transporter: The Series Yo-Yo Guest Starring Role
2015 Pixels (2015 film) Raj Guest Starring Role
2013 Dr. Bob's House Carl Patel Lead Role


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