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January 1, 1969
Islamabad, Punjab, Pakistan
|Residence||Karachi, Sindh. Pakistan|
|Education||University of Surrey|
The Castle-Aik Umeed, |
Aik Nayee Cinderella
Rehan Sheikh is a Pakistani film and television actor, director, writer and producer.
He is best known for his role, in Haseena Moin's PTV classic serial The Castle-Aik Nae Umeed and for his role in Hum TV play Sanjha, which earned him a nomination for best supporting actor at 1st Hum Awards. His major Serials include Aghosh, Awazain, Bisat, Kiran Kahani, Dozukh, Maa, Nasal,Mohlat and two soaps "Sheeshay Ka Mahal and Jo baat Ghar mein hai!He has Worked in British Theatre and Radio Drama in a number of Radio, Theatre and TV Productions.He has Worked extensively in Theatre in Britain especially with London based Tamasha Theatre Company in Productions like A tainted dawn, Balti Kings, Ghostdancing, Strictly dandia, Ryman and the Sheikh and Fourteen songs two weddings and a funeral.
He started with a youth Theatre group in South London. Worked in Tamasha theare company's "Women of the dust". While visiting Pakistan on holiday worked on his first TV Serial "Aaghosh". He went on do a number of popular drama serials and also was the host of a popular travel show "Travel Guide of Pakistan"
- Akhri Barish
- Pehchan (Hum TV)
- Aks (2011)
- The Castle-Aik umeed
- Kiran Kahani (Remake)
- Aik Nayee Cinderella (Cameo)
- Woh Chaar
- Aik Larki Bheegi Bhaagi Si
- The Ghost
- Akbari Asghari
- Rookhey Naina
- Sadqay Tumhare (Hum TV)
- Jugnoo (Hum TV)
- Udaari (Hum TV)
- Sammi (Hum TV)
- Toh Dil Ka Kia Hua (Hum TV)
Awards and nominations
- He was nominated as supporting actor at 1st Hum Awards.
Winner of "Best Actor" at the 2005 Kara Film Festival from an International jury.
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