- Name: Abid Ali
- Nick Name: Abid
- Famous As: Actor
- Nationality: Pakistani
- Television productions: Jhok Siyaal(Lahore TV)1973 * Waris(Lahore TV)1979-80 * Mehndi (2003) TV mini-series – Hassan Ali * Moorat – ARY Digital TV Series (7th Sky Production) * Saheli (2007) TV series
- Zodiac: Aries
- Residence: Quetta, Baluchistan
- Maritial Status: Married
- Religion: Islam
- Profession: Actor, Director
- Height: 5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
- Website: www.Abid-Ali.pk
- Awards: Lux Style Award for Best Actor (TV), Lux Style Award for Satellite Best TV Actor
- Birthdate: 17 March 1952
- Place: Quetta, Baluchistan Pakistan
- Spouse: Humaira Ali (Ex-Wife) Rabia Naureen (2006-Present)
- Children: Iman Ali, Rahma Ali, Maryam Ali
- Relatives: Iman Ali (daughter) Rahma Ali (daughter) Maryam Ali (daughter)
- Occupation(s): Actor, Director
Abid Ali Personal Life
Abid Ali is a senior actor and an international legend of the Pakistani media Industry.
The start was born and educated in Quetta, he was attracted to the arts from early age, he would write stories and painting in his childhood and teenage years.
The first steps he took in media were through Radio Pakistan before going to Lahore after some struggle and launching his successful TV career with PTV’s drama serial Jhok Sial in 1973.
He was married to the former singer Humaira Ali, from which he has three daughters, including the supermodel-turned-actress Iman Ali as well as the actress and singer Rahma Ali.
He established himself not only as an RJ or actor but also as a director and producer with the 1993-hit drama Dasht, which was the first private production for Pakistan,
Around the same time he worked for PTV this time, he directed the drama Doosra Aasman, the first ever drama shot abroad. He polished and groomed his skills with featuring in other projects for many channels, including Saheli in 2007, or Massi aur Malka, in 2009.
The following is a list of his achievements.
Professor Abdul Quddus
Jaltay Gulaab (TV series)
Dastar e Ana
Dil e nadaan
Tajdeed e Wafa
Dil Kiya Karay
Mera Rab Waris
Khak aur Khoon
Insaniyat Kay Dushman
Awards and recognition
Pride of Performance Award by the President of Pakistan in 1985.