Jameela Jamil is most well-known for her character Tahani Al-Jamil in the NBC TV show "The Good Place," a fantasy comedy "The Good Place."
Before that, she made her first break with the UK as host of Channel 4, which is part of Britain's Channel 4, and then on BBC Radio 1.
Her other roles include her role in the Disney+ streaming series "She-Hulk: Attorney at Law," in which she is the role of supervillain Titania.
Jameela Jamil was born on the 25th of February, 1986 London, England, to Pakistani father Ali and Pakistani British mother, Shireen.
Even though she didn't complete her education, Jamil taught English to international students for two years at the Callan School of English in London.
She was in 2010 when she hosted the online fashion show "The Clothes" and began her career as a DJ for events. From 2011 until 2014, Jamil wrote a piece for the magazine for women called Company.
In 2016, Jamil moved to Los Angeles to become a screenwriter. Her agents informed her that TV producer Michael Schur was searching for a British actress to play in his comedy show "The Good Place.
Jamil continued hosting throughout her tenure in "The Good Place." She hosted a recurring segment of the late-night show "Last Call with Carson Daly," and in 2019, .. .
...started a host of"The Misery Index," the TBS game program "The The Misery Index." In 2020, Jamil began serving as a Judge on HBO Max voguing reality competition show "Legendary."
The big screen was the backdrop. Jamil made her debut in the comedy "Coming of Age "How to Make a Girl," where she played the fictitious character of Egyptian queen Cleopatra.
As a model, Jamil was featured with her initial American magazine cover in the February edition of Cut.