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The following is a list of notable British Pakistanis, namely notable citizens or residents of the United Kingdom whose ethnic origins lie in Pakistan:

Contents

Academia and educationEdit

HumanitiesEdit

Natural sciencesEdit

Social sciencesEdit

University leadership and executivesEdit

Business and financeEdit

FTSE 100 and multinational corporationsEdit

Small and medium-sized enterprisesEdit

EntertainmentEdit

Journalism and mediaEdit

Law and justiceEdit

  • Nazir Afzal – Chief Crown Prosecutor for North West England;[16] one of his first decisions in that role was to initiate prosecutions in the case of the Rochdale sex trafficking gang
  • Aamer Anwar – Glaswegian solicitor; named as Criminal Lawyer of the Year by The Law Awards of Scotland in 2005 and 2006[116]
  • Judge Tan Ikram – District Judge (MC) based at Westminster Magistrates' Court & Associate Judge, SBA, Cyprus; holds honorary doctorates in laws (LLD) from the University of West London[117] and the University of Wolverhampton; Contributing Editor, Archbold Magistrates Criminal Courts Practice 2016
  • Javed Khan – Former Chief Executive of the British charity Victim Support;[118] of Kashmiri origin; member of the Whitehall Social Policy Forum; an adviser to the Goldman Sachs Global Leaders Programme[119]

Literature and artEdit

ArchitectureEdit

Civil Service, Military and PoliceEdit

PoliticsEdit

Members of ParliamentEdit

PeersEdit

Members of European ParliamentEdit

Members of Scottish ParliamentEdit

Members of Welsh AssemblyEdit

MayorsEdit

Others in politicsEdit

International governmental organizationsEdit

ReligionEdit

MilitantsEdit

Science and medicineEdit

  • Haroon Ahmed – prominent scientist in the fields of microelectronics and electrical engineering[8]
  • Qanta Ahmed – physician specializing in sleep disorders. She is also an author and a newspaper columnist[194]
  • Rozina Ali – microvascular reconstructive plastic surgeon and consultant with a specialist interest in breast reconstruction; television presenter[195]
  • Nadia Bukhari – pharmacist and youngest female fellow of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society; an honour bestowed to those who have achieved excellence and distinction in their pharmacy career.[196]
  • Hasnat Khan – heart and lung surgeon who was romantically involved with Diana, Princess of Wales[197]
  • Mohammad Naseem – qualified GP and the chairman of the Birmingham Mosque Trust[198]
  • Asim Shahmalak – hair transplant surgeon and broadcaster, and proponent of such surgery; in 2009, he performed the UK's first eyelash transplant[199]

SportEdit

BoxingEdit

  • Tanveer Ahmed – former lightweight boxer; WBO Inter-Continental champion
  • Usman Ahmed – super flyweight boxer; YouTube sensation
  • Adnan Amar – British light-middleweight boxer, multiple title winner[200]
  • Adil Anwar – British light-welterweight boxer and multiple title winner[201]
  • Qais Ashfaq – amateur boxer from Leeds; Commonwealth silver medallist[202]
  • Jawaid Khaliq, MBE – first British Asian to win a world title belt[203]
  • Amer Khan – former undefeated light-heavyweight boxer, Central Area championship winner
  • Amir Khan – British light-welterweight boxer; 2004 Olympics silver medalist; former world champion
  • Haroon Khan – super-flyweight boxer and commonwealth bronze-medalist[204]
  • Nadeem Siddique – former British welterweight boxer, multiple title winner[205]

CricketEdit

Name
Aquib Afzaal – left-handed batsman who bowls right-arm off break[206]
Kamran Afzaal – Pakistani-born English cricketer; right-handed batsman[207]
Usman Afzaal – cricketer who has played three Test matches for England[208]
Ajaz Akhtar – former Pakistani people-born English cricketer[209]
Mohammad Akhtar – Pakistani-born English cricketer; right-handed batsman who bowls right-arm off break[210]
Kabir Ali – English cricketer; formerly played for Worcestershire[211]
Kadeer Ali – cricketer formerly playing for Worcestershire and is related to Kabir Ali[212]
Moeen Ali – test cricketer playing for England and Worcestershire County Cricket Club[213]
Rehan Alikhan – English-born former cricketer of Pakistani descent; right-handed batsman and off-break bowler[214]
Akbar Ansari – English first class and List A cricketer who played his first class games for Cambridge University Cricket Club and Cambridge University Centre of Cricketing Excellence[215] and List A cricket for Marylebone Cricket Club[216]
Zafar Ansari – English cricketer who plays for Cambridge University and Surrey County Cricket Club[217]
Imran Arif – Pakistani-born English cricketer; a fast-medium bowler; currently plays for Worcestershire County Cricket Club[218]
Asim Butt – Scottish and Pakistani cricketer; primarily a left-arm medium fast bowler[219]
Aamir Farooque – former Pakistani-born English cricketer[220]
Majid Haq – Scottish cricket player
Omer Hussain – left-handed batsman; cousin of fellow Scottish international cricketer Majid Haq[221]
Moneeb Iqbal – Scottish cricketer; right-handed batsman and leg-break bowler[222]
Shammi Iqbal – English cricketer; right-handed batsman who bowls right-arm medium pace[223]
Imran Jamshed – former Pakistani-born English cricketer; right-handed batsman who bowled right-arm medium pace[224]
Shaftab Khalid – English cricketer, a right-arm off-spinner who also bats right-handed[225]
Aamer Khan – Pakistani-born former English cricketer[226]
Amjad Khan – former cricketer for England International and the youngest to play for the Danish national team[227]
Rawait Khan – former English cricketer who played for Derbyshire County Cricket Club and Pakistan Customs in a four-year first-class career which saw him bowl mostly in Second XI Championship matches
Wasim Khan MBE – first British-born Pakistani to play professional cricket in England; talented left-handed batsman who also bowled right arm medium pace;[228] now chief executive of Leicestershire County Cricket Club
Sajid Mahmood – cricketer who formerly played international cricket for England and county cricket for Essex and Lancashire County Cricket Club[229]
Nadeem Malik – English cricketer, a right-arm fast-medium seam bowler and right-handed lower-order batsman[230]
Maneer Mirza – English cricketer; right-arm fast-medium bowler and right-handed batsman who played for Worcestershire[231]
Imraan Mohammad – English cricketer; right-handed batsman who bowls right-arm off break[232]
Waqar Mohammad – former Pakistani-born English cricketer; right-handed batsman who bowled leg break[233]
Nadeem Mohammed – former English cricketer; right-handed batsman who played bowled right-arm medium pace[234]
Saleem Mohammed – former English cricketer; right-handed batsman[235]
Azeem Rafiq – English cricketer[236]
Adil Rashid – English cricketer who plays for Yorkshire and England Under-19s[237]
Amar Rashid – English cricketer[238]
Hamza Riazuddin – English cricketer; right-handed lower-order batsman and a right-arm medium-fast bowler who currently plays for Hampshire
Arif Saeed – Pakistani-born English cricketer; right-handed batsman who bowls right-arm fast-medium[239]
Naheem Sajjad – Pakistani-born English cricketer; right-handed batsman who bowls left-arm fast-medium[240]
Bilal Shafayat – cricketer[241]
Rashid Shafayat – former English cricketer[242]
Owais Shah – former Middlesex, Essex and Hampshire cricketer who also appeared for England in a number of One Day Internationals and two Test matches[243]
Nadeem Shahid – former English first-class cricketer who played for Essex and Surrey
Ajmal Shahzad – cricketer who plays for Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club and formerly represented England in all three formats of the game[244]
Zoheb Sharif – left-handed batsman and a leg-break bowler[245]
Qasim Sheikh – Scottish cricketer; has represented Scotland on more than 20 occasions[246]
Alamgir Sheriyar – former Leicestershire cricketer[247]
Naqaash Tahir – English cricketer; right-arm fast-medium bowler who has played for Lancashire and Warwickshire[248]

FootballEdit

Martial artsEdit

  • Qasim Beg – undefeated kickboxing champion, two-time world champion
  • Imran Khan – two-time World Muay Thai champion[267]
  • Nisar Smiler – two-time karate world champion and fifty-time gold medalist

Other sportsEdit

OtherEdit

See alsoEdit

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