Syed Jibran | Education, Age, Height, Biography, Net Worth and Career

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Syed Jibran Age, Education, Height, Biography, Net Worth and Career. Syed Jibran is one of the most famous and successful Pakistani actors and entrepreneurs. The Pakistan Television Network was where he started his career as a journalist. In the year 2022, he made his film debut with the movie Ghabrana Nahi Hai.

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Early life and Education:

Having been raised in a Pathan family, he attended Cadet College Hasanabdal (CCH) which is one of the most elite and academically selective boarding high schools in Pakistan located 60 km south of Rawalpindi and Islamabad, both of which have very high standards of education.

The highly coveted ‘Best Sportsman of the Year’ award was presented to him in year 12 at CCH for his outstanding performances in swimming, basketball, and cricket during the time he spent there. The actor also started acting in school plays from the age of 9 onwards, and by the age of 12 he was well known as a character actor who specialized in comedy roles.

His first year of MBBS studies followed his graduation from CCH in 1998, at which point he transferred to Rawalpindi Medical College, where he completed his MBBS degree after graduating from BMC.

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Syed Jibran Date of Birth:

His early years were spent in the town of Jhelum, where he was born on the 14th of October, 1979. Due to his work, he is currently residing with his family in Karachi, while his parents reside in Islamabad, which is why he is currently living in Karachi.

Personal life of Syed Jibran:

Afifa Jibran is his wife, and he married her in 2011. Isaiah Jibran and Eva Jibran have two daughters, and Yoel Syed Jibran has a son.

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Syed Jibran Career:

The beginning of Jibran’s acting career dates back to 2000 when he decided to pursue it. As part of his 3rd year of his studies, he decided to pursue a career in acting on television in order to give himself a better chance at success. As he was requesting a role in a television drama, either politely refused or put on hold, he went around asking for a part in the drama.

Having been rejected for 8 months due to the fact that he had not been successful in auditioning, he finally managed to get a role in a two-scene play entitled Hook for Pakistan Television Network Islamabad. Taufeeq Hussain Shah directed the play. In Pakistan Television Network’s “Dada in Trouble,” he starred.

After that, his mentor, Tariq Meraj, worked with him on many projects in order to make sure that he was working on his shortcomings and making sure he was improving his craft. His journey from Lahore to Karachi was the result of two years and a hundred kilometers of hard work, which saw him obtain the role of Bond in the famous sitcom Jutt and Bond for Indus TV.

After doing the sitcom for a year, he moved to Karachi where he acted in TV soap operas including Tum Mere Ho and Tere Jaanay Ke Bad. His current business consists of several restaurants, which he owns and operates.

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