Ashiesh Roy Biography, Lifestyle, Wiki, Net Worth, Income, Salary, House, Cars, Favorites, Affairs, Awards, Family & Facts
Ashish Roy is an Indian television and film actor. He is best known for playing the role of ‘Tanveer’ in the Famous Indian comedy series Boss Yes Boss’ (1999); Aired on SAB TV.
Ashish Roy was born on Tuesday, 18 May 1965 (age 56; 2020), in Delhi. Their zodiac sign is Taurus. He did his schooling from Raisina Bengali School, New Delhi and later joined Kirori Mal College in Delhi to complete his graduation.
Physical Statistics And More
• Height (approx.): 5′ 5″
• Eye Colour: Dark Brown
• Hair Colour: Black
Family, Cast & Girlfriends
Parents & Siblings
His mother died of cancer. Allegedly, he was in a relationship with a girl for 5 years, but the couple separated from each other. They are not married yet. They have a sister, Konika Halder
He started his career as a theater artist. In 1997, he debuted as an actor in DD National’s TV serial, ‘Byomkesh Bakshi’. He appeared in various popular TV serials like ‘Movers and Shakers’ (1998), ‘Bahu aur Baby’ (2006). Sasural Simar Ka ‘(2011), and P Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi’ (2016).
He has acted in several Bollywood films, including ‘Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero’ (2004), ‘MP: Mera Pehla Pehla Pyar’ (2007), ‘Raja Natwarlal’ (2014), and ‘Barkha’ (2014) He is also a dubbing artist and has dubbed for several Hollywood films, such as ‘Superman Returns’ (2006), ‘Man of Steel’ (2013), ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ (2014), and ‘The Legend of Tarzan’ 2016).
Salary And Networth
Ashiesh Roy has an estimated total Networth of 1 Crores 2020, and his main source of income is acting And Dubbing.
Some UnKnown Facts About Ashiesh Roy
• His favorite sport is boxing.
• In 2019, he had paralytic stroke, due to which he was admitted to the ICU. He had a clot in his brain and was unable to walk on the left side of his body.
• On 4 January 2020, he was hospitalized due to renal dysfunction.
• He was hospitalized in May 2020, and later, in an interview, shared about his significant financial conditions, he said.
“I was already facing a money crunch and the situation has worsened due to lockdown. I had a savings of Rs 2 lakh, which I spent during the first two days of hospitalization. First, I was tested for the covid-19, which cost me around Rs 11,000, followed by other expenses. I spent about 90,000 in a round of dialysis. I will have to undergo a treatment, which will cost me Rs 4 lakh, but I do not have the money to pay for it. Therefore, I want to go back home, because I cannot afford the treatment. I am seeking financial support from people so that I can discharge my medical bills. I can continue living here even though I am going to die tomorrow.”