Jimi Mistry English Actor

The actor who immortalized “Macarena” Steps with a twist of “Punjabi” lyrics and songs. Ever since the movie “The Guru” released, the Punjabi became part of pop-culture not just in America but for the entire world.

Born Jimi Mistry on January 1, 1973 in Scarborough, North Riding of Yorkshire, England. He grew up in England and attended St. James' Catholic High School. They eventually moved to Cardiff where he joined Radyr Comprehensive School. He attended Birmingham School of Speech and Drama where he learned acting. He competed in BBC television show, Strictly Come Dancing, in 2010.

He first appeared in TV Series “Silent Witness” in 1998. Later on he had various television shows with supporting roles in “EastEnders”, “Spooks”, “Nearly Famous”, “Fiona's Story”, “Strike Back”, “Black Mirror: The Entire History of You", “Dara O Briain This Is The Show”, “The Syndicate” and his latest “Coronation Street.”

He also starred in wonderful films like “East Is East”, “Born Romantic”, “The Mystic Masseur”, “My Kingdom”, “Things to Do Before You're 30”, “Ella Enchanted”, “Dead Fish”, “Touch of Pink” in 2004, “The Truth About Love” a romantic comedy with Jennifer Love Hewitt Born on the 21st of February 1979, the off-spring >> Read More... Jennifer Love Hewitt , “You Don't Have to Say You Love Me” in 2005, from the acclaimed director and award-winning-star-studded movie “Blood Diamond” with , “Partition” in 2007, “RocknRolla” in 2008. He also showed in the movies “And the Beat Goes On”, “ 2012 Click to look into! >> Read More... 2012 ” and “exam” all in 2009. Showed in “It's a Wonderful Afterlife”, “Festival of Lights”, “The Arbor”, “Basement”, and “West Is West” all in 2010. He was married to Meg Leonard in 2001. They had a daughter named Elin and later on 2010 they separated.