Performers

These are some of the prominent British Pakistanis who are recognised as eminent perormers in the United Kingdom. This is a non-exhaustive list of British Pakistani Performers which include actors, actresses, artists, entertainers, musicians singers, dancers, comic comedians, comediennes. Please contact us if you can help us to improve our listings by suggesting any amendments or additions. Please visit our nominations page if you would like us to publish about someone on our web site.

Naheed Niazi

Naheed Niazi
Naheed Niazi and her younger sister, Najma Niazi, are the daughters of Sarwar Niazi, the former director of Radio Pakistan, Karachi. Let us glance at Naheed Niazi's true-life accomplishments, which is an instance of human excellence and personal success. It goes without saying that she was the most gorgeous female singer of Pakistani music in the 1960s.

Humza Mohammed Arshad

Humza Mohammed Arshad is an English actor, comedian and writer of Pakistani descent.
Humza Mohammed Arshad is an English actor, comedian and writer of Pakistani descent. He is best known for his web series Diary of a Bad Man.

Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh

Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh
Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh is an actress, lawyer, and politician in the Scottish National Party. She is the founder and chair of the Scottish Asian Women's Association. Her mother is half-Welsh and half-Czech, and her father was born in India, then migrated to Pakistan and finally to the United Kingdom.

Nadia Manzoor

Nadia Manzoor
Nadia Manzoor is a British Pakistani comedienne who wanted to be an astronaut. “Nadia, how can you be astronaut?,” she recalls her father asking. “Other women can't be astronauts. Who will cook? Who will clean? Who will feed your husband if you're floating about in space?”

Sadia Azmat

Sadia Azmat was born in Essex, England
Sadia Azmat (born 1987) is an English stand-up comedian of Pakistani descent. In August 2011, she performed her debut show, Please Hold – You're Being Transferred to a UK Based Asian Representative, at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival at the Laughing Horse.

Sasha Agha (born Zara Agha Khan)

Sasha Agha born Zara Agha Khan
Sasha Agha born Zara Agha Khan on 1 January 1992 is a Pakistani British actress and singer who appears in Hindi films. Agha made her screen debut with a leading role in the 2013 Aditya Chopra romantic thriller Aurangzeb, a box office flop where Agha's performance was panned.

Natasha Khan, Bat for Lashes

Natasha Khan - Bat for Lashes
Natasha Khan, better known by her stage name Bat for Lashes, is a British Pakistani singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

Athar ul-Haque Malik

Art Malik born Athar ul-Haque Malik
Art Malik (born Athar ul-Haque Malik on 13 November 1952) is a Pakistani-born British actor who achieved international fame in the 1980s through his starring and subsidiary roles in assorted British and Merchant-Ivory television serials and films.

Shazia Mirza

Shazia Mirza
Shazia Mirza (born 3 October 1977) is an English stand-up comedian and columnist of Pakistani descent originally from Birmingham England. Although she doesn't live there anymore.

Sarah Francis

Sarah Francis
Sarah's high energy songs explore a variety of styles, including 'UK garage', jungle, Latin, pop ballad and some unique fusion music with Pakistani influences.
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