Firdous Jamal is a renowned personality in the mediums of theater, radio, TV, and film. He is an icon promoting art and culture in Pakistan who is considered to be an academy himself. He has been serving Pakistan media over 40 years and over the years he has produced a number of dramas, commercials, and documentaries for the small screen. In movies, he has 30 years of experience, and perhaps that is why he has been recognized as ‘Voice of Millennium’ from Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation (PBC). He has won the best actor award 4 times for PBC and had been nominated in the best actor category for eight times. The highest honor that he has been awarded is ‘Pride of Performance 1986 National Award’ presented by President of Pakistan. The actor has not turned to silver screen over a decade. The last film that he had acted was 'Kanwara Baap'. Since films are not very success in Pakistan, then he quit acting and continued to engage himself in theater and dramas. Being a renowned film, TV, and theater person, he has some failures too in his career. He even tried to turn into a singer but failed miserably. He had no plans to become an actor. But fate had something else written for him. He joined radio. Later, he worked in theater for a long time. He even gave audition for TV plays and entered TV medium finally. He appeared for the first time in a drama, "Budnamee They Toway". Today, he has to his credit 300 television plays in Urdu, Pushto, Hindko, and Punjabi, 150 stage plays, 200 radio programmes and plays, and 50 films in Urdu, Even some of his old plays such as ‘Sayeeban Sheeshay Ka’, ‘Man Chale Ka Sauda’, ‘Mehboob’, ‘Pagal Ahmeq Bewakoof’ are still remembered by today’s generation. He is the most seasoned actors that Pakistan drama industry had ever produced. He was born on June 9, 1954, in Lahore, Pakistan.