Talat Hussain Warsi is a Pakistani artist. His parents are Altaf Hussain Warsi and Shaista Begum, one of the most famous and talented pioneering voices of radio Pakistani, Karachi. He has three brothers, and he is the elder one. During the partition of India in 1947, his family migrated to Pakistan. He started his career as a radio in Pakistan in 1964. he first appeared on PTV Lahore in 1965. He had worked as a lead performer on TV, included shows such as Parchaiyaan, Bandish, Hawain (1997), Kashkol (TV series) (1995), Aansoo, Des Pardes, Castle, Riyasat (2006). His very first television program was Arjumand. He had also worked on stage dramas, including Andhera Ujala (produced by Nautanki Tola), Raz o Niaz (produced by Rafi Peer Theatre), and Sufaid Khoon (produced by NAPA), among others. In 1972 he shifted to England for further studies and got selected in the London Academy of music and dramatic art. He had worked in some foreign films, tv drama serials, and extended plays, including Channel Four's television serial Traffik and Family Pride.
He had won the best supporting role in Norwegian films and had played a role in an Indian movie named “Sautan ki Beti" and had made a special guest appearance in the film Jinnah. In the early 1990s, he narrated Quran in Urdu, which was later commercially produced in auto tape by the Shalimar recording company. He has also dubbed Jesus's movie in his voice.
He had won many awards; some of them are Best Actor Gunman,
National Film Awards
(1985), Amanda Award (2006) Best Secondary Actor in Norwegian film Import Eksport (2005), Lux Style Awards (2006) Winner, Best TV Actor in a Chief Role for Yeh Bhi Kisi Ki Beti Hai, Lux Style Honors (2006) Nominee: Best TV Actor in a Leading Role for Riyasat, The 1st Indus Drama Awards (2005) Nominee: Best Actor Drama Series in a Leading Role and Nigar Award in 1986 for Best Supporting Actor in the film Miss Bangkok (1986).