List of British Bangladeshis

This is a list of notable British Bangladeshis (Bengali: উল্লেখযোগ্য বিলাতী বাংলাদেশীদের তালিকা). This includes Bangladeshi immigrants settled or residing in the United Kingdom and British-born citizens of Bangladeshi national origin.

Successful members from the community are recognised in the annual BritBangla,[1] British Bangladeshi Who's Who[2] and British Bangladeshi Power & Inspiration 100[3] for their significant work, contribution and achievements in British society.

BusinessEdit

  • Sabirul Islam – Author, entrepreneur and motivational speaker. He has written three self-help books and developed a board game. Since 2011, he has spoken at over 700 events worldwide as part of his Inspire1Million campaign.[31][32]
  • Shelim Hussain MBE – Entrepreneur, and founder, Chairman and Managing Director of Euro Foods (UK).[33]
  • Siraj Ali – Restaurateur and philanthropist.[34] In 2011, he was awarded the British Bangladeshi Who's Who "Outstanding Contribution Award" for his long standing contribution to the hospitality and catering industry.[35]
  • Syed Ahmed – Entrepreneur, businessman and television personality. He is best known for being a candidate on series two of BBC reality television programme The Apprentice in 2006.[36]
  • Mohammad Ajman "Tommy" Miah MBE – Celebrity chef and restaurateur.[37][38] In 1991, he founded the Indian Chef of the Year Competition.[39]
  • Wahid Miah – Entrepreneur and philanthropist, leading British Bangladeshi real estate advisor to Billionaires and ultra-high net worth individuals from around the world with real estate assets ranging from £10 million to £1 billion.[40][41]
  • Wali Tasar Uddin MBE – Entrepreneur, restaurateur, community leader and Chairman of the Bangladesh-British Chamber of Commerce.[42][43]
  • Waliur Rahman Bhuiyan OBE – Managing Director and Country Head of BOC Bangladesh Limited.[44]

Broadcast mediaEdit

 
Former Blue Peter presenter, Konnie Huq

FinanceEdit

JournalismEdit

PoliticsEdit

 
Labour Party MP, Rushanara Ali
 
Labour Party life peer, Baroness Pola Uddin

Members of ParliamentEdit

Life peersEdit

MayorsEdit

  • Lutfur Rahman – Community activist and Independent politician. From 2010 to 2015, he was the first directly elected mayor of Tower Hamlets and the first Bangladeshi leader of the council.[101]
  • Nadia Shah – Labour Party politician, councillor in Regent's Park ward and former Mayor of Camden. In May 2016, she became the first female mayor in the United Kingdom of Bangladeshi origin.[102]
  • Nasim Ali OBE – Labour Party politician, councillor in Regent's Park ward, Cabinet Member for Young People in Camden Council and former Mayor of Camden. In 2003, at the age of 34, he became UK's youngest mayor as well as the first Bangladeshi and first Muslim mayor.[103]
  • Raushan Ara – Labour Party politician, councillor in Central Harbour Ward in Ramsgate Town. In May 2019, elected the first Bangladeshi Mayor of Ramsgate.[104]

LocalEdit

Public policy and leadershipEdit

 
Former British High Commissioner to Bangladesh, Anwar Choudhury

MusicEdit

 
R&B and hip hop singer, Mumzy Stranger
 
Brit Award nominated singer-songwriter, Joy Crookes

Film and dramaEdit

 
Director of Kidulthood, Menhaj Huda

Arts and cultureEdit

 
Kathak dancer, Akram Khan

AcademiaEdit

LegalEdit

LiteratureEdit

 
Author of The Islamist, Ed Husain
 
Author of Brick Lane, Monica Ali

Heads of organisationsEdit

 
Former Secretary General of Amnesty International, Irene Khan

Human rights and humanitarianismEdit

Religious figuresEdit

SportEdit

Cause célèbresEdit

 
Former Guantanamo Bay detainee, Ruhal Ahmed

See alsoEdit

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