Hamza Haq Net Worth

Hamza Haq was born on March 06, 1889, is Actor, Writer. Born in Jeddah to Pakistani parents, Hamza Ul-Haq immigrated to Ottawa, Canada with his family when he was nine years old.While studying Film and Law at Carleton University from 2008 until graduating in 2012 with his Activities and Societies being a South Asian Alliance Dance Team Member, it was in university that Hamza discovered his passion for acting after landing his first professional job as a bookstore employee in the CBC series Michael: Tuesdays and Thursdays. Other television credits include CBC's Best Laid Plans, 19-Two on Bravo/CTV, Being Human for Syfy, and the TVOKids program Look Kool. He has also had recurring roles on the hit ABC show Quantico and the Crackle series The Art of More opposite Dennis Quaid and Kate Bosworth, then joined the cast of the acclaimed Canadian series This Life for which he received a Canadian Screen Award nomination.On the big screen, Hamza appeared in the highly anticipated feature film Bon Cop Bad Cop 2 starring Colm Feore and Patrick Huard and has roles in the The Glass Castle with Brie Larson, Naomi Watts and Woody Harrelson, and The Death and Life of John F. Dononvan directed by Xavier Dolan. On September 8, 2017, Hamza (aged 26) was named 1 of 15 Canadian artists making and impact in Hollywood, according to The Hollywood Reporter. From late November till mid-December of 2017, Haq starred in a dual role (twin brothers Gopal and Amal Chandekar) as the main antagonist in 4 episodes of The Indian Detective. As Gopal Chandekar, he displays the most notorious gangster and vicious crime lords in Mumbai - conniving, fiendish, dangerous, ruthless, devious, short-tempered and growing ever closer to his ultimate mission. Yet Gopal's polished and handsome public image belies a dark and sinister truth about how he really makes his money. As Amal Chandekar, Hamza displays a more calmer and patient supporting antagonist who knows how to handle Gopal's anger and unpredictability, and helps viciously manage their criminal empire - an empire which may be about to get a whole lot bigger.Hamza holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Film Studies with a minor in Law from Carleton University and continues to study acting at LS&Co Studios.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Writer
Birth Day March 06, 1889
Died On March 18, 1929(1929-03-18) (aged 40)\nShohimardon, Uzbek SSR, USSR
Native name Hamza Hakimzoda Niyoziy / Ҳамза Ҳакимзода Ниёзий
Cause of death stoned to death
Occupation author, composer, playwright, poet, scholar, and political activist
Notable awards National Writer of the Uzbek SSR (1929)

💰 Net worth: $700,000

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Hamza Hakimzade Niyazi was born on March 6, 1889 in Kokand to a family of healers. His father, Ibn Yamin Niyoz oʻgʻli (1840—1922), knew Uzbek and Persian and was keen on literature. His mother, Jahonbibi Rabiboy qizi (1858—1903), was also a healer. Niyazi was first educated in a maktab, then in a madrassah. Having organized a free school for the children of the poor, Niyazi devoted himself to the project in the capacity of a Teacher. He himself wrote primers for children, such as Yengil adabiyot (Easy Literature) (1914), Oʻqish kitobi (Reading Book) (1914), and Qiroat kitobi (Reading with Intonation) (1915).


In his first novel, Yangi saodat (New Prosperity) (1915), Niyazi extols the benefits of education. The book was written to showcase the author's belief in the power of modern education to end superstitions and to allow a human being to reach his full potential and improve not only his own life, but also the lives of those around him. In the novel, Niyazi tells the story of a poorly educated young man who marries and has two children before becoming a drunkard and a gambler and eventually leaving the family. His wife takes care of her son, who, in contrast to his father, completes his education. The son then finds his now destitute father and reunites the family.


Niyazi ardently supported the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917. He joined the All-Russian Communist Party (The Bolsheviks) in 1920 and, among other things, organized a theater troop for the entertainment of Red Army Soldiers. In addition to Uzbek, Niyazi knew many other languages, including Arabic, Persian, Russian, and Turkish.


Niyazi also wrote two comedies: Tuhmatchilar jazosi (The Punishment of Slanderers) (1918) and Burungi qozilar yoxud Maysaraning ishi (Old Judges or the Case of Maysara) (1926).


Niyazi also participated in the controversial Uzbek language reforms of the 1920s which were meant to codify a literary Uzbek language in place of the older, fading Chagatai. Chagatai had been the dominant written form for several centuries. The reforms eventually resulted in a significant shift in spelling and pronunciation.


One of the author's final works is Paranji sirlaridan bir lavha Yoki yallachilar ishi (One Episode from the Secrets of the Veil or the Case of Yalla Singers) (1922) which describes the problems faced by Uzbek women.


Niyazi became a National Writer of the Uzbek SSR in 1926. To honor his memory, in 1967 the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Uzbekistan established the State Hamza Prize to recognize outstanding achievement in literature, arts, and architecture. Many institutions in Uzbekistan, including a station of Tashkent Metro, three theaters, as well as several schools and streets are named after him. There are two museums of Niyazi in Kokand.


Hamza Hakimzade Niyazi (Uzbek: Hamza Hakimzoda Niyoziy / Ҳамза Ҳакимзода Ниёзий; Russian: Хамза Хакимзаде Ниязи) (March 6  [O.S. February 22] 1889, Kokand – March 18, 1929, Shohimardon) was an Uzbek author, Composer, Playwright, poet, scholar, and political Activist. Niyazi, along with Gʻafur Gʻulom, is widely seen as one of the leading figures in the early development of modern Uzbek literary tradition. He is generally considered the first Uzbek Playwright, the founder of modern Uzbek musical forms, as well as the founder of Uzbek social realism.


Niyazi is one of the most important early representatives of a distinctive Uzbek literature. He is generally considered the first Uzbek Playwright, the founder of modern Uzbek musical forms, as well as the founder of Uzbek social realism. His writings were also significant for being "ideologically valuable" in the early years of Soviet power in Uzbekistan. Although socialist realism became the "official" style of Uzbek literature only in 1932, Niyazi is generally credited as the founder of the movement. In his book The Politics of Muslim Cultural Reform: Jadidism in Central Asia, Adeeb Khalid, whose research focuses on Central Asian history, writes that it is difficult to imagine the history of modern Central Asian literature without Niyazi.


Hamza Hakimzade Niyazi wrote his earliest poems under the pen name Nihoniy. His earliest collection of poems, Devoni Nihoniy (Nihoniy's Diwan), was found in 1949 and had 197 poems that he had written in 1903–04.


In Zaharli hayot yoxud Ishq qurbonlari (Poisonous Life or the Victims of Love), Niyazi portrays a young couple, the 18-year-old son of a well-to-do family and the 17-year-old daughter of a craftsman. The couple's love is thwarted by the inflexible attitudes of the boy's parents who stick closely to their rigid ideas about social structure. The young people eventually commit suicide — they become victims of the feudal class system.