Ali Hadji-Heshmati Wiki, Age, Girlfriend, Height, Weight, Family, Career & Net Worth

Ali Hadji-Heshmati


Real NameAli Hadji-Heshmati.
In LimelightLockwood & Co (2023).
Birth DateJune 15, 1999.
Lives inLondon, UK.
ParentsFather: --
Mother: --
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Body Measurements
WeightKg: 67.4.
Pounds: 148.5 lbs.
HeightIn feet: 5' 10".
In centimeters: 177.8 cm.
In meters: 1.778 m.
HairDark Brown.
CollegeUniversity of Oxford.
TelevisionAlex Rider (2020).
Holby City (2021).
Bad Education (2022–2023).
Lockwood & Co (2023).
Net worth$98.72k.

Ali Hadji-Heshmati as George Karim

Meet Ali Hadji-Heshmati, Who Played George Karim in “Lockwood & Co”

Ali Hadji-Heshmati (born on June 15, 1999) is a 23-year-old British actor who gained popularity after playing Jahid in the 2020 TV series “Alex Rider.” Many people recognize him for his performance as Abs Raza in season 23 of the famous Jamie Annett drama “Holby City,” which aired on BBC. Ali is also an excellent theatre artist and has worked on several stage productions, namely “Pride and Prejudice” and “Little Shop of Horrors.”

These days this 5 feet 10 inches tall British actor is gathering attention because he appeared playing George Karim in Catherine Morshead-directed series “Lockwood & Co.” It revolves around three youngsters Lucy Carlyle (Ruby Stokes), Anthony Lockwood (Cameron Chapman), and George (Ali), who runs a company that hunts ghosts.

Ali Hadji-Heshmati heigh is 5 feet 10

How Old is Ali Hadji-Heshmati?

According to sources, Ali Hadji-Heshmati (age 23) was born on June 15, 1999, to a family of Arabic origin in England. His parents do not like to be photographed, which is why we are still looking for information about them.

During an interview with Country & Town House, Heshmati revealed that growing up, he used to dream about becoming an astronaut, but one day, because of a girl he had a crush on, he auditioned for a school play. Ali said the girl could not clear the audition, but he made it through and landed the lead part. He enjoyed working on the stage show so much that he decided to continue it at a local theatre.

Eventually, he connected with a London-based talent management agency Waring McKenna and at 20, landed the part of Jahid in “Alex Rider.”

Although Ali played a minor role in his debut show, he got to work alongside the British entertainment industry’s big players, namely Otto Farrant, Vicky McClure, Brenock O’Connor, and Stephen Dillane.


Ali Hadji-Heshmati in Bad Education

Ali Hadji-Heshmati’s Acting Career

A year after stepping into the world of small-screen, Ali Hadji joined the cast of “Holby City” as Abs Raza. The same year he landed the part of George Karim in “Lockwood & Co” following a rigorous audition.

Meanwhile, he joined the University of Oxford as an English Literature student, but due to his packed shooting schedule, he had to switch from regular to part-time studies, which provided him the flexibility to attend classes.

Ali Hadji-Heshmati in Lockwood and Co

From December 3, 2021, to March 17, 2022, William McGregor and his team worked on “Lockwood & Co” and released it on Netflix on January 27, 2023.

Viewers loved the storyline and termed it a great time killer. All the cast members, especially Ali, Ruby, Cameron, and Ivanno Jeremiah, have done a fantastic job.


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Personal Life of Ali Hadji-Heshmati

Hadji is a brilliant artist, and there is no doubt that he is one of the most talented young artists in the British entertainment industry. Some platforms claim that he is dating one of his co-stars from “Bad Education,” but we cannot confirm if he is currently in a relationship due to his secretive nature.

You can follow him on Instagram (@alihadjiheshmati), where he every time provides all the details about his upcoming and ongoing projects.


Ali Hadji-Heshmati Q&A

Ques: How Old is Ali Hadji-Heshmati?

Ans: 23 (in 2022).

Ques: When was Ali Hadji-Heshmati born?

Ans: June 15, 1999.

Ques: How tall is Ali Hadji-Heshmati?

Ans: 5 feet 10 inches.

Ques: What is Ali Hadji-Heshmati’s Instagram username?

Ans: @alihadjiheshmati.