Aziz Ansari is both a comedian and actor from America known for playing Tom Haverford in the NBC-produced “Parks and Recreation,” and Dev Shah on his television show, Master of None. Aziz was born to parents, Shoukath and Fatima Ansari, in Columbia, South Carolina. His family relocated to Bennettsville, South Carolina, where Ansari pursued his education at the South Carolina Governor’s School for Science and Mathematics. Later on, Ansari also obtained a major in marketing from the New York University Stern School of Business. During that time, Ansari also used to perform numerous stand-up gigs in New York City, including the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and on the live show, Invite Them Up. 2005 saw the magazine “The Rolling Stone” include Ansari in their list of “Hot Standup.” In the following year, Ansari was also presented with a Jury Award for the best stand-up at the “U.S. Comedy Arts Festival.” Later on, Ansari worked alongside fellow comedians Paul Scheer and Rob Huebel, and the director Jason Woliner to create short films. The trio collaborated to make mini-series such as Shutterbugs and Illustrators.

Ansari started his television career in 2004 by featuring in an episode of “Uncle Morty’s Dub Shack.” A few years later, in 2007, Ansari was cast in the television comedy series, “Flight of the Conchords.” 2007 also saw Ansari write, create and produce the sketch comedy, Human Giant, which lasted for two seasons and saw Ansari in various roles. In the following year, Ansari featured in television shows such as First Week, “Reno 911!” and Scrubs. From 2009 up to 2015, Ansari was part of the main cast of the NBC-produced, “Parks and Recreation,” which also featured Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones and Chris Pratt, among many others. 2011 saw Ansari provide the voice-over for the animated sitcom, Bob’s Burgers. Ansari has also featured in shows such as “Dangerously Delicious,” “Comedy Bang Bang,” “The Comedy Central Roast of James Franco,” “Buried Alive,” and Kroll Show, among many others. 2015 saw Ansari create, produce and write “Master of None,” in which he plays the role of Dev Shah. Ansari started his movie career with an appearance in the Todd Phillips movie, School for Scoundrels.

Consequently, Ansari has also featured in Funny People, I Love You Man, Get Him to the Greek, 30 Minutes or Less, and provided voice-overs for Ice Age: Continental Drift, Epic and “What’s Your Number.” Ansari has also authored the book, Modern Romance: An Investigation, and often performs shows for the sake of charity.

Sathyan Tamil Actor

Sathyan

Both Tamil film actor and comedian, Sathyan is the only son of the veteran producer Madhampatty Sivakumar. Actor Sathyaraj is his uncle while Sibiraj is his cousin. Sathyan studied at PSG College of Arts and Science in Coimbatore. After graduating with a BBM degree, he entered the film industry by playing the lead role in the Ilaiyaraaja musical Ilaiyavan, which was produced by his father himself. He made his acting debut with the film Illaiyavan in 1999. After that, he has been appearing in supporting roles for various films. Another break of his was in Shankar’s Nanban playing the role of Srivatsan. He then featured alongside Vijay again in a pivotal role in A. R. Murugadoss's Thuppakki. In the films Onbadhule Guru and NaveenaSaraswathiSabatham, he was one among the four main leads. He also starred in the romantic film, Raja Rani.\ His 50th film Kasethaan Kadavulada is soon releasing. He is working for many other films like Vallakottai with Arjun, Kanda with Karan, Raudhram with Jeeva, Mappilai with Dhanush and more to name. According to him, all his roles are a dream, and he considers doing them with utter perfection. Another Version of Sathyan: A Tamil film on-screen character, and comic. He is the main child of the veteran maker, Madhampatty Sivakumar. Making his acting introduction in 1999 with a lead part in Ilaiyavan, he in this way has been showing up principally in supporting and comedic parts in more than fifty Tamil movies. Sathyan was destined to the filmmaker, Mathampatti Sivakumar. On-screen character Sathyaraj is his uncle while Sibiraj is his cousin. Sathyan learned at PSG College of Arts and Science in Coimbatore. In the wake of graduating with a BBM degree, he entered the film business by assuming the lead part in the Ilaiyaraaja musical Ilaiyavan, which was delivered by his dad himself. After a progression of little supporting parts, he got another break depicting the part of Srivatsan in Shankar's Nanban in 2012 and afterward highlighted close by Vijay again in a vital part of A. R. Murugadoss' Thuppakki. He highlighted as one of the four fundamental leads in kid enterprise movies Onbadhule Guru and Naveena Saraswathi Sabatham in the year 2013 while additionally featuring in the industrially fruitful rom-com, Raja Rani as Jai's colleague. Few of his works include Onbadhule Guru: An Indian Tamil film about the brave excursion that five folks take together, and what transpires amid their campaign. The film discharged in the year 2013 on 8th of March. The title of the film alludes to a forecast utilized as a part of crystal gazing. The film got poor surveys, however, an accomplishment in the cinematic world. Naveena Saraswathi Sabatham: A Tamil contemporary dream drama film that was composed and coordinated by K. Chandru. The film rotates around four men. Niveda Thomas was matched inverse Jai. The film was created by Kalpathi S Aghoram and has cinematography by Anand Jeeva; melodies were formed by Prem Kumar. The film went on floors on 29 November 2013.The film got blended audits from faultfinders, on the other hand, it was above normal in the film industry. Thuppakki: The story rotates around an Indian armed force knowledge officer from a Mumbai-construct Tamil family on a mission to find and devastate a terrorist bunch and deactivate the sleeper cells under its order. Vidyut Jamwal as the fundamental opponent alongside Vijay and Kajal Aggarwal in the number one spot. The film got the notoriety of most elevated netting Tamil motion picture of the year 2012. His other work includes Ghajini, Santosh Subramaniam, Raa Raa, Rowthiram, Puli, etc.

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