Bashir Salahuddin Biography
Bashir Salahuddin is an American actor, writer, and comedian. Salahuddin produced the half-hour comedy series Brothers in Atlanta along with Diallo Riddle. However, due to some reason, the series got canceled back in 2016. Similarly, he appeared as the male lead, in Hulu pilot comedy, Crushed.
Bashir Salahuddin Education
He attended Whitney M. Young High School on Chicago’s west side. Bashir graduated from Harvard, class of ’98, and created Paper Planes.
Bashir Salahuddin Age
Bashir was born on 30 June 1976 in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
Bashir Salahuddin Family
Bashir has a brother named Sultan. Not much is known about his parents and siblings names.
Bashir Salahuddin Wife
Bashir is married to his high school sweetheart Diallo Riddle. Together they started their production company Paper Planes.
Bashir Salahuddin Children
Salahuddin together with his wife has two children.
Bashir Salahuddin Height
Bashir’s height is currently unknown.
Bashir Salahuddin Salary
Bashir earns a salary of around $80k per year.
Bashir Salahuddin Career
He met fellow writer and friend Diallo Riddle there. Both have a passion for artistic collaboration, which began during their time at Harvard. Together, they created their production company, named Paper Planes, as a branding effort to describe their intelligent, collective comedic personality. They viewed the paper plane as a cool, iconic symbol of both writing (the paper) and slight rebelliousness (throwing a paper plane in school).
Bashir worked as a paralegal in Chicago after graduation but saved his money so that he could move to work in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles. In January 2016, it was confirmed that the half-hour comedy series “Brothers in Atlanta”, (based on a 2013 pilot) that HBO had commissioned from Salahuddin and Diallo Riddle, had been canceled. In March 2016, Salahuddin was cast as the male lead, siblings Will and Celia (Regina Hall), in a Hulu pilot comedy, Crushed.
Bashir Salahuddin Movies
- Snatched (2017) as Morgan Russell
- Gringo (2018) as Stu
- A Simple Favor (2018) as Detective Summervile
- Top Gun: Maverick (2020)
- Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
- Looking (2015) series regular (season 2), 6 episodes
- Looking: The Movie (2016)
- GLOW as Keith Bang (2017–2018), 14 episodes
- The Last O.G. (2018)
Bashir Salahuddin Awards
|2011||63rd Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music, or Comedy Series (shared with the others)||
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
|2012||64th Writers Guild of America Awards||Comedy/Variety (Including Talk) – Series (shared with the others)||
|2017||69th Writers Guild of America Awards||Comedy/Variety – Sketch Series (shared with the others)||
Maya & Marty
|2018||24th Screen Actors Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series (shared with the others)||
Bashir Salahuddin Net Worth
Salahuddin’s estimated net worth is around $1 million. As a multitalented writer, Salahuddin who has played his hands on article writing and screenwriting.
Bashir Salahuddin Glow
Salahuddin portrays Keith Bang in the Tv series Glow. GLOW is an American comedy web television series created by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch. The series revolves around a fictionalization of the characters and gimmicks of the 1980s syndicated women’s professional wrestling circuit, the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (or GLOW) founded by David McLane. Rich Sommer also has a recurring role in the series as Mark Eagan, and Marc Evan Jackson as Gary.
Bashir Salahuddin Grey’s Anatomy
Bashir Salahuddin played Tucker Jones in the season two Grey’s Anatomy episode Bring the Pain.