Alyy Khan is a versatile Pakistani actor and host who has showcased his talents across Hollywood, Bollywood, and Pakistan's film and television landscapes. Khan's acting career began in 1995 with an Indian television serial for Zee TV, marking his entrance into the world of television and theatre. He transitioned to Hollywood in 2001 and subsequently made his Bollywood debut in 2003 with the film ‘Stumped’. His role in the Bollywood blockbuster ‘Don 2’ alongside Shah Rukh Khan earned him massive admiration. He also starred in ‘A Mighty Heart’, ‘Traitor’, ‘Actor-in-Law’, and ‘Mogul Mowgli’ amongst other movies. In 2008, Khan ventured into the Pakistani TV industry, garnering significant recognition leading to his Pakistani cinematic debut with the film ‘Anjuman’, that paved the way for many subsequent roles. He has also hosted a cooking reality show created in collaboration between NDTV, India, and Geo TV, Pakistan. Khan is an active philanthropistand has served as the Brand Ambassador for the Crossadder Foundation, a youth-driven NGO working to empower the youth by spreading effective parenting and teaching knowledge He studied drama under the guidance of Hima Devi, who was affiliated with Trinity College, London, through the Hima Kala Kendra in Mumbai. Khan also holds a Diploma in Film and Television production from Pimlico Arts and Media College in London.