Aasif Mandvi Bio, Age, Wife, Son, Evil, Net Worth, Movies, TV Shows


Aasif Mandvi is a British-American actor, comedian, and writer who from 2006 till 2017, worked as a correspondent for The Daily Show. The HBO comedy series The Brink and the CBS/Paramount+ psychological drama Evil are among Mandvi’s other television credits. He portrayed Commander Zhao in The Last Airbender and Mr. Aziz in Spider-Man 2. His theatrical credits include Broadway roles in Oklahoma! as Ali Hakim and in the Pulitzer Prize-winning 2012 production of Disgraced.


He is 58 years old as of 5 March 2024. He was born in 1966 in Mumbai, India. His real name is Aasif Hakim Mandviwala.

Family – Education

Mandvi was born into a Dawoodi Bohra Muslim household in Bombay, Maharashtra, India (now Mumbai). When he was a year old, his family relocated to Bradford, a city in West Yorkshire. His father, Hakim, who had first came to engage in textiles research at Bradford University, later owned a corner store. His mother, Fatima, was a nurse. Mandvi attended the independent Woodhouse Grove School and describes himself as a “working-class kid from Bradford”. His father became dissatisfied with Margaret Thatcher’s regime in the early 1980s and relocated his family to Tampa, Florida, when Mandvi was 16 years old. He attended Chamberlain High School.

Wife – Son

On August 27, 2017, Mandvi married his three-year girlfriend, Shaifali Puri, a novelist and philanthropist, at The Fox Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia. They have one son, born March 14, 2020.

Net Worth

He has an estimated met worth of $3 million.

This Way Up

He appeared as Vish, Shona’s partner in the British comedy-drama television series This Way Up. In This Way Up, Bea plays Áine (/ˈɔːnjə/), a young, unmarried Irish lady living in London and suffering from a nervous breakdown. She works as an English as a Second Language teacher, and in Series 2, she develops a relationship with the father of a child she tutors. Horgan portrays Áine’s protective older sister, Shona, who lives with her male boyfriend but is also romantically attracted to a female coworker.



He appeared as Ben Shakir in the CBS/Paramount+ series Evil. Ben is a rather easygoing individual who prefers to remain to himself. He is incredibly intelligent, as seen by his work on nearly every technology-related topic, and he thinks outside the box when looking for a solution. While he can be judgmental in situations of demonic possession because he is an even bigger skeptic than Kristen, Ben attempts to keep this to himself so as not to offend anyone. For the most part, he is pleasant and prepared to put aside his own interests in order to assist others. Ben is a man of ordinary height and Indian origin. He has short black hair and brown eyes.

Aasif Mandvi together with his wife Shaifali Puri
Aasif Mandvi together with his wife Shaifali Puri

He has a considerably more relaxed dress sense than his coworkers and is usually seen wearing jeans and t-shirts rather than suits. He assists David Acosta as a technical and building expert. It is Ben’s responsibility to determine whether any electronic or environmental reasons could be linked to the accusations of demonic possession.

Blue Bloods

Aasif appeared as Samar Charwell, served as the District Attorney of New York County before being arrested in the American police procedural drama television series Blue Bloods. The series chronicles the Reagan family, who have a long history of policing in New York. Frank Reagan is the New York Police Department’s Police Commissioner, a position his father previously held.

Frank’s eldest surviving son, Danny, is an NYPD detective, and his youngest son, Jamie, is a Harvard-educated NYPD sergeant; his daughter, Erin, works as a New York City assistant district attorney. Joe, Frank’s second-born son (the series incorrectly refers to him as the eldest in later episodes), was murdered in the line of duty by a corrupt cop in circumstances that occurred prior to the series, when he was involved with an FBI investigation of a ring of corrupt NYPD cops known as the Blue Templar.

Henry, Frank’s father, is a former NYPD beat cop who rose through the ranks to become the police commissioner. The show’s title refers to both the “blue-blooded” concept of nobility as it relates to the Reagan family’s powerful roles within New York’s criminal justice system and an entire family who devotes their lives to law enforcement, one that “bleeds blue” to match the blue color of NYPD uniforms.


♦ 2002 – The Mystic Masseur
♦ 2003 – Undermind
♦ 2004 – Spider-Man 2
♦ 2005 – Sorry, Haters
♦ 2006 – Freedomland
♦ 2007 – Music and Lyrics
♦ 2008 – Eavesdrop
♦ 2009 – The Proposal
♦ 2010 – It’s Kind of a Funny Story
♦ 2011 – Margin Call
♦ 2012 – Premium Rush
♦ 2013 – Movie 43
♦ 2014 – Million Dollar Arm
♦ 2016 – Mother’s Day
♦ 2019 – Drunk Parents
♦ 2022 – Crush
♦ 2023 – The Magician’s Elephant

TV Shows

♦ 2006–2007 – ER
♦ 2006–2008 – Jericho
♦ 2006–2015 – The Daily Show
♦ 2010 – King of the Hill
♦ 2011 – Curb Your Enthusiasm
♦ 2014 – Us & Them
♦ 2015 – Madam Secretary
♦ 2015 – The Brink
♦ 2016–2019 – Elena of Avalor
♦ 2016 – Another Period
♦ 2017 – Younger
♦ 2017 – Shut Eye
♦ 2017 – National Geographic Explorer
♦ 2017–2018 – A Series of Unfortunate Events
♦ 2018 – Explained
♦ 2018–2020 – Blue Bloods
♦ 2019–present – Evil
♦ 2019 – This Way Up
♦ 2020 – The Boss Baby: Back in Business
♦ 2020–2022 – Mira, Royal Detective
♦ 2021 – Archer
♦ 2022 – Would I Lie to You?