Riz Ahmed

Actors Riz Ahmed and Jameela Jamil have also pulled out of the event in which an award is to be given to Narendra Modi despite India's crackdown in Kashmir.
The "Rogue One" actor said racial profiling by Homeland Security was why he couldn't go to Chicago's "Star Wars Celebration."
One Instagram user even said that the two look like they're "about to drop the baddest mixtape of 2018."
"It just brings us all a bit closer together and we recognize each other within each other," the actor and rapper said.
Celebrities teamed up with the ACLU for a video titled "My Name Is Mirian."
2017 hit some major diversity milestones in media, politics, and entertainment. Here are a few of the biggest moments.
Ahmed became the first man of Asian descent to win an acting Emmy for his role in "The Night Of."
The actor got real about the War On Terror at Aasif Mandvi's All-Star Deportation Jamboree, which raised money for both the ACLU and IRC. Use the Facebook donate button or visit Crowdrise: http://bit.ly/DeportationJamboree
Watch Riz MC (Riz Ahmed) spit rhymes about racial injustice.
"Yeah, I did do 'Star Wars,' I bet that made you mad / Too bad they weren't trying to cast Jabba the Hutt's dad." 🎤
“If we fail to represent, we are in danger of losing people to extremism."
The “Rogue One” actor was the standout of the show’s final season premiere.