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Rizwan Manji

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Occupation  Actor
Children  3
Years active  1997–present
Name  Rizwan Manji

Home town  Calgary, Alberta
Role  Actor
Religion  Islam
Spouse  Taslim Manji (m. 2002)
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Born  October 17, 1974 (age 41) (1974-10-17) Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Alma mater  American Musical and Dramatic Academy
Residence  Studio City, California, United States
Education  Crescent Heights High School, American Musical and Dramatic Academy
Movies and TV shows  Outsourced, Dr Cabbie, The Dictator, Transformers, The Citizen
Similar People  Parvesh Cheena, Anisha Nagarajan, Ben Rappaport, Rebecca Hazlewood, Sacha Dhawan

Rizwan manji as rajiv on outsourced

Rizwan Manji (born October 17, 1974) is a Canadian actor. He played a role as Rajiv in the now cancelled NBC Universal TV series Outsourced.


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Manji was born in Toronto, Canada to Indian parents who had immigrated there from Tanzania. His family is Ismaili Muslim of Gujarati Indian descent, and he states that his religion is very important to him in life. He was raised in Calgary, Alberta, and went to Crescent Heights High School. He later moved to the United States, where he attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Manji played small parts in various films and television shows with recurring roles in Privileged, Better Off Ted and 24. In 2010, he auditioned for the role of Gupta on the NBC comedy Outsourced. Although he lost the part to Parvesh Cheena, the producers decided to cast him as the scheming assistant manager Rajiv. Manji appeared in a GEICO commercial as a customer in the checkout aisle who wins the "auction".

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Manji resides in Studio City, California, with his wife and two children.

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