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Avi Nash is a well-recognized American actor famous for portraying a Muslim-American character named Siddiq in the TV series 'The Walking Dead' in the eighth season.
Avi Nash is of mixed ethnicity (father Guyanese and mother Indian), but he belongs to American nationality. He was introduced to the entertainment world with the 2013 short film 'Life Of Guy'.
Before pursuing his acting career, he was a cook in Puerta Cerradas restaurant in Buenos Aires (Argentina). He even taught English and was a bicycle tour guide. However, Avi Nash started performing with the Stanford Shakespeare Company while studying at Stanford University. He was 17 then and was classmates with Sameer Gadhia from Young The Giant rock band. It was Sameer who motivated him to pursue acting seriously.
After making a debut in the 2014 feature film, he worked on a few more films. His other feature films include 'Postal Jerks', 'Barry' (2016), 'Amateur Night', 'Hosea' (2019), 'Life Of Guy', and 'E-103'. However, his career-defining role was when he portrayed Siddiq in the post-apocalyptic horror TV series 'The Walking Dead'.
The American actor Avi Nash has a net worth of $ 1-5 million through his acting profession.
It is not known how much Avi Nash makes annually.
Avi Nash stands 5 ft 9 in (175 cm) tall.
Actor Avi Nash is 31 years old as of 2022.
Avi Nash was born to mixed ethnicity parents on January 24, 1991. He was born in the USA. His father (name unknown) is from Guyana, and his mother is from Mumbai, India. Beyond this, not much is known about his siblings and family.
Nash attended Frisco High School, and during his senior years of high school, he began acting and dared to give an audition for a school play. Before this, he was recognized mainly as a visual artist.
For his higher education, Nash attended Stanford University. But he left Stanford (after freshman year) to join the acting school in Mumbai, India, at Actor Prepares under Anupam Kher. After six months, he returned to Stanford University and graduated with a major in mathematical and computational science with a concentration in Architecture. Nash then moved to the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) and graduated in 2016 with a M.A. in classical acting.
Not much information is available regarding Avi Nash's partner or whom he's dating.
Actor Avi Nash made his feature film debut in 2014 with a comedy-drama 'Learning To Drive'. He played Preet in the film and was cast alongside Sir Ben Kingsley and Patricia Clarkson. The film was directed by Isabel Coixet, a Spanish director, and got good reviews. It received recognition when it premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival (2014). It was the first runner-up for the People's Choice Award.
Subsequently, actor Nash made appearances in a few more films. In 2016, he appeared in the film 'Barry', directed by Vikram Gandhi. This movie was about Barack Obama's life at Columbia University in 1981, and Nash played the role of Saleem. In the same year, he appeared in a comedy movie 'Amateur Night', and played the orderly role.
Actor Avi Nash made appearances in TV series as well. He appeared in a small role in the HBO comedy 'Silicon Valley' (2014-2019). However, Nash became recognized when he played the role of Siddiq in season eight of the horror series 'The Walking Dead', which aired on AMC. He also played Siddiq for another two seasons: nine and ten.
'The Walking Dead' is based on a comic book by Robert Kirkman, Charlie Adlard, and Tony Moore. The drama revolved around the life of survivors that followed after a zombie apocalypse. The series spanned a 12-year run with 11 seasons.
Actor Avi Nash has also enacted in short films, such as 'Life Of Guy' and 'E-103', released in 2013. Also, he played the role of Juan in 'Postal Jerks' (2015). In 2019, Avi appeared in the film 'Hosea' directed by Ryan Daniel Dobson.
Avi Nash is stationed in Los Angeles and New York City as of June 2022 and is active on social media platforms such as Instagram, and Twitter.
Although actor Avi Nash did not win any awards, a few movies and TV series he worked on got nominated for Awards. His movie 'Barry' was nominated for the Best First Screenplay at Independent Spirit Awards and an NACCP Image Award for Outstanding Writing In A Motion Picture. The series 'The Walking Dead' won the CinEuphoria Awards in 2020.
Avi Nash can speak Hindi, Urdu, English, and Portuguese (learned from his ex-girlfriend).
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