“Beauty & The Male Perspective” Panel
“ANOKHI has always been an incredible champion of all my pursuits. I’m a supporter and a fan, and am excited to be a part of the ANOKHI PRESTIGE experience!!”
Huse Madhavji is a versatile actor in film and television. After roles on ABC’s “Combat Hospital” and a 4 season run on HBO Canada’s comedy “Call Me Fitz”, Huse took on the challenging part of Dr. Shahir Hamza, a brilliant neurosurgeon with Asperger’s syndrome on CTV’s hit drama, “Saving Hope”. He is also an award-winning writer and producer. His short film “The Time Traveler”, a project which he co-wrote and stars in, garnered attention and won best short film at the Canadian Film Fest and a best foreign film nomination at the San Francisco Black Film Festival.
Prior to acting, Huse was a successful broadcaster last seen hosting Star! Canada’s Entertainment Channel (now E! Canada). He was also a reporter for Etalk and a feature reporter for UPN television’s evening and morning shows in Northern California.
Huse is also the resident host of Toronto’s World Partnership Walk, a charity supporting development projects in Asia and Africa.
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