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Adnan Malik (Adnan Shaukat Malik) was born on 9 June, 1984 in Islamabad, Pakistan, is a Pakistani actor. At 36 years old, Adnan Malik height is 5 ft 11 in (180.3 cm).

Now We discover Adnan Malik's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of net worth at the age of 38 years old?

Popular As Adnan Shaukat Malik
Occupation Actor, model, VJ, documentary filmmaker, Video producer, music video producer, commercial director, music video director and visual storyteller
Adnan Malik Age 38 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 9 June 1984
Birthday 9 June
Birthplace Islamabad, Pakistan
Nationality Pakistan

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Adnan Malik Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Adnan Malik worth at the age of 38 years old? Adnan Malik’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actor. He is from Pakistan. We have estimated Adnan Malik's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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In 2018, he made his film debut with Cake, which was directed by Asim Abbasi. He played the character called Romeo in the film.


As an actor, he made his television debut with the hit series Sadqay Tumhare for Hum TV. Portraying the writer of the drama, Khalil-ur-Rehman Qamar, in an autobiographical piece, Malik earned three nominations at 3rd Hum Awards, winning two including Best Television Sensation Male and Best Onscreen Couple opposite Mahira Khan. He received his first Best TV Actor nomination at 15th Lux Style Awards. He followed up the series by playing a wanderlust photographer, Sikander in romantic drama series Dil Banjaara, also for the Hum Network, alongside Sanam Saeed and Mira Sethi.


Malik has modelled with clothing brands and was a VJ at MTV. He serves as an associate video producer and behind the scene producer at Coke Studio for four years. Malik then directed and produced TV commercials for Pepsi, Djuice, Telenor, Wall's, Cornetto, Nescafe, LUX etc. He also directed a music video for Levi's "Mera Bichra Yaar" in collaboration with Strings and Zoe Viccaji which earned him a Best Music Video Director at 11th Lux Style Awards. In 2012 he directed/produced a video My Punjabi Love For You for "Bumbu Sauce", featuring Aamina Sheikh and Rizwan Ali Jaffri. In addition he has also directed Lux Style Awards ceremonies for four years. In 2016, he directed critically acclaimed short-film Love is in the Air for Cornetto under advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather Pakistan, Adnan said, "I never expected such a response but I did believe it would have an empowering impact on some people. Multiply this by ten and you get a feature film, that's the day!."


Malik marked his professional-acting debut in 2007 with Zibahkhana: Hell's Ground and followed that with an appearance in Slackistan in 2008. Later he appeared in 2014 Hum TV's drama serial Sadqay Tumhare written by khalil ur Rehman based on his own life-story and directed by Mohammed Ehteshamuddin, he portray Khalil opposite to Mahira Khan, as her love interest. He describes his experience in the serial as "personal growth". and he received three Hum Award nominations winning two including Hum Award for Best Television Sensation Male, Hum Award for Best Onscreen Couple and was nominated for Hum Award for Best Actor Popular. Malik received his first Best TV Actor nomination at 15th Lux Style Awards. Before the serial he played a supporting role in controversial film Slackistan. In 2016, he was cast in a role of Sikandar an aspiring photographer in romantic drama series Dil Banjaara, opposite Sanam Saeed and Mira Sethi. In an interview with Dawn News, Malik describes, "I play the role of Sikander, who's an aspiring photographer, a part of him that resonates with me because that's what peaked my interest in the arts, when my father bought me my first camera. He's a very rugged, outdoorsy kinda guy, very different from Khalil. There's just this lightness to him. So the show revolves around this guy who's a bit of a wanderer and his equation with two ladies, a non-traditional love triangle of sorts."


After studying film-making in US, he started working on directing documentaries, such as Why We Fight which cited as one of a "best American Documentary" at Sundance Film Festival 2005. He also once own a T-shirt company "Urban Turban" in NYC. Adnan came back to Pakistan in 2005 but before coming made a short subject documentary Bijli which won Best Short Film at Kara Film Festival, Delhi Digital Film Festival and was finalist at United States Student Academy Awards 2003. His second documentary, Bhuli Hui Hoon Dastaan (The Forgotten Song), was commissioned by Geo TV and played at festivals around the world. After Mushtaq Gazdar's book on Pakistani Cinema, this documentary was the only other major research piece on the subject.


As a director, His documentary Bijli earned him the Best Short Film award at Kara Film Festival in 2003. He directed "The Forgotten Song" or Bhuli Hui Hoon Daastan, the first feature-length documentary on Pakistani cinema, that played at festivals around the world, is an integral part of film syllabi across the country and was also instrumental in allowing Indian films to be re-screened in Pakistan after a 42-year ban. He also directed the promotional music video for Jawani Phir Nahi Ani and has directed television commercials for brands like Coca-Cola, Nescafé, Cornetto, Fanta, and Oye Hoye! among others.