Jimi Mistry is an English actor born 1 January 1973 in Scarborough, North Riding of Yorkshire, England. He is known to appear in numerous movies like East Is East, Blood Diamond, The Guru, 2012, West is West, Ella Enchanted, and The Truth About Love, among others. He is also best known for his roles, such as Dr. Fonseca in BBC1 soap opera EastEnders, Maj. Jamal Ashkani in HBO series Strike Back, Kal Nazir in Coronation Street, a long-running ITV soap opera, and Tom Bedford in Kay Mellor drama The Syndicate.
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Mistry married Meg Leonard in 2001 and divorced in March 2010. Later on, he married a professional dancer, Flavia Cacace in 2013.
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Jimi is son to a father of Indian descent and an Irish mother. He was not raised up by his biological father.
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Jimi has a daughter called Elin Leonard Mistry, born 13 May 2001.
Jimi Mistry Height
Jimi is 1.78 m tall.
Jimi Mistry Net Worth
Jimi has a net worth of $700,000.
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Jimi Mistry Movies And TV Shows
- East Is East (1999)
- Born Romantic (2000)
- The Mystic Masseur (2001)
- My Kingdom (2001)
- The Guru (2002)
- Things to Do Before You’re 30 (2004)
- Ella Enchanted (2004)
- Dead Fish (2004)
- Touch of Pink (2004)
- The Truth About Love (2004)
- You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me (2005)
- Blood Diamond (2006)
- Partition (2007)
- RocknRolla (2008)
- And the Beat Goes On (2009)
- 2012 (2009)
- Exam (2009)
- It’s a Wonderful Afterlife (2010)
- Festival of Lights (2010)
- The Arbor (2010)
- Basement (2010)
- West Is West (2010)
- Partition 1947 (2017)
- Silent Witness (1998)
- EastEnders (1998–2000)
- Spooks (2005)
- Nearly Famous (2007)
- Fiona’s Story (2009)
- Strictly Come Dancing (2010)
- Strike Back (2011)
- Black Mirror: “The Entire History of You” (2011)
- Dara O Briain This Is The Show (2012)
- The Syndicate (2013)
- Coronation Street (2013–15)
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Jimi Mistry Coronation Street
Coronation Street (also known as Corrie) is a British soap opera created by Granada Television and shown on ITV since December 9, 1960. Coronation Street program centers in Weatherfield, a fictional city based in Salford’s inner city. The street was built in 1902 in the fictional history of the show and named in honor of King Edward VII’s coronation.
Jimi Mistry Strictly Come Dancing
In 2010, Mistry competed in the eighth series of BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing, partnered with Flavia Cacace. The couple were eliminated after week 6.
Jimi Mistry Eastenders
EastEnders is a British soap opera that has been broadcast on BBC One since 1985 by Julia Smith and Tony Holland. Located in Albert Square in London’s East End in Walford’s fictional district, the program follows the stories of local residents and their families in their daily lives. Initially, there were two episodes of 30 minutes per week, later increasing to three, but episodes have been broadcast every weekday apart from Wednesdays since 2001.
Jimi Mistry East Is East
East Is East is a British comedy – drama film directed by Damien O’Donnell and written by Ayub Khan – Din in 1999. It was established in 1971 in Salford, Greater Manchester, in a mixed – ethnic British household headed by Pakistani father George (Om Puri) and an English mother, Ella (Linda Bassett).. Mistry played as Tariq “Tony” Khan
Jimi Mistry Ella Enchanted
Ella Enchanted is a 2004 fantasy romantic comedy film directed by Tommy O’Haver and written loosely on the basis of Gail Carson Levine’s 1997 novel of the same name by Karen McCullah Lutz and Kirsten Smith. The film plays with the usual fairy tale genre, Starring Anne Hathaway and Hugh Dancy. Mistry as Benny, Mandy’s love interest. Turned into a talking book when one of Mandy’s spells goes pear shaped.
Jimi Mistry Blood Diamond
Blood Diamond is a 2006 film co-produced and directed by Edward Zwick, featuring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Connelly, and Djimon Hounsou. The title refers to blood diamonds, diamonds mined in war zones and sold to finance conflicts, benefiting warlords and diamond companies worldwide. Mistry played as Nabil
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Jimi Mistry Partition
Partition is a 2007 film directed by Patricia Finn and Vic Sarin and starring Mistry and Kristin Kreuk, directed by Vic Sarin. The film was shot in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada in 1947, based on India’s partition. Determined to leave behind the ravages of war, Gian Singh (Mistry), 38, resigns to a quiet life from the British Indian Army. His world is soon thrown into turmoil as he finds himself responsible for the life of a seventeen-year-old Muslim girl separated from her family and traumatized by the Indian Party conflict.
Jimi Mistry The Guru
The Guru is a British-French-American sex comedy film from 2002 directed by Daisy von Scherler Mayer and written by Tracey Jackson. The film focuses on a dance teacher who comes from India to America to pursue a normal career but, by the way, stumbles into a brief but high-profile career as a sex guru, a career based on a philosophy that he learns from a pornographic actress. The movie stars Mistry as the eponymous character, Heather Graham as the actress from whom he learns, and Marisa Tomei, who helps him reach his guru status among friends in New York City.
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BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker leads outrage as Pringles are rated ‘Britain’s best crisp’ in controversial documentary
Adopted From metro.co.uk
Published on Monday 25 Mar 2019
While the country is totally divided in other areas at the moment, at least we can all agree that documentary Britain’s Favourite Crisps might have got this one wrong. Channel 5 got the British public to vote for their faves and Pringles ended up sitting on top alongside Doritos and salt and vinegar flavour Walkers crisps. Despite Pringles being totally moreish, people felt it was a bit of stretch for it to trump the likes of Monster Munch, Squares and Wotsits. Channel 5 proudly revealed their finding on Twitter by way of a ‘crisp pyramid’ which highlighted the winners (and losers).
This ‘official’ ranking was never going to go down well, with the crisp pyramid branded ‘worse than Brexit’ on Twitter, with BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker hailing the outcome as a ‘crisp travesty’.
After the god tier, McCoy’s Kettle Chips, Sensations and Tyrrell crisps were placed in the top tier.
Mid tier was made up of Hula Hoops, Monster Munch, Quavers, Wotsits, Chipsticks, with the lowest ranking – called ‘Don’t come anywhere near me with those’ – made up of Mini Cheddars, Salt & Shake, Nik Naks (harsh) and Squares. Others felt Pringles coming top of the chart was ‘a disgrace’, with some arguing whether Pringles are actually crisps at all. Meanwhile others noted that crisps such as Frazzles, Skips and Discos were absent from the ‘definitive’ list.
Famous faces taking part included presenter Sam and Mark, Basil Brush, comedian Dom Joly, former Strictly Come Dancing stars Mistry and Flavia Cacace and TV personalities Vanessa Feltz and Ben Ofoedu.
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