Born on May 7, 1979 (age 39) at Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
Occupation: Actor , Director , Producer , Screenwriter.
Height : 5 ft 11 in (1.8 m)
Years Active : 1999-Present
Sarmad Khoosat (born May 7, 1979 ,age 41 years) is a Pakistani actor, film/TV director, producer and screenwriter best known for directing the TV dramas Humsafar and Shehr-e-Zaat. He is the son of veteran TV and film actor, producer and comedian Irfan Khoosat, while his sister Kanwal Khoosat is also a director, screenwriter and actress.
He graduated from Government College University (Lahore) and earned a master’s degree in Psychology and a gold medal. He also was a member of the Debating Society of GCU.
He directed Jal Pari, which was aired on Geo TV. He went on to direct Humsafar for Hum TV, which became an overnight success. His serial Shehr-e-Zaat was especially popular with women. He conducted a workshop at the Lahore University of Management Sciences’s annual amateur film festival in June 2011. He has directed episodes for Faseele Jaan Se Aagay and Ashk.
Khoosat directed the remake of the original Pakistani film, Aina, as a telefilm. In 2016, he completed shooting Mein Manto.
In October 2018 he delivered a 24-hour-long live act, No Time To Sleep, enacting the last 24 hours of a death row prisoner’s life, a performance which earned him critical appreciation.
His most famous films are Piya Naam Ka Diya(2007), Mujhe Apna Naam-o-Nishan Milay(2008), Pani Jaisa Pyar(2011), Humsafar Hum TV(2011) ,Ashk(2012), Shehr-e-Zaat(2012), Mera Yaqeen(2012), Daagh(2012), Mor Mahal (2016), Teri Raza(2016), Baaghi(2017), Mujhay Jeenay Do(2017), Main Manto(2017) ,Noor ul Ain(2018) and Aakhri Station(2018). He was awarded by Pride of Performance Award in 2017 by the President of Pakistan.