Antonio Aakeel is a British actor from Wolverhampton – based in Birmingham – who has appeared in British TV dramas and international feature films including Hollywood and Bollywood productions.

A seasoned star of stage and screen, the thespian was in 2018 named a Screen International Star of Tomorrow by Screen Daily.


Here’s photos of Antonio Aakeel from the I Am Birmingham archive:


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Antonio Aakeel in BBC drama Moving On: Eighteen, a special episode exploring the difficult journey of a migrant refugee child from Afghanistan at risk of deportation from Britain BBC
Antonio Aakeel in BBC drama Moving On: Eighteen, a special episode exploring the difficult journey of a migrant refugee child from Afghanistan at risk of deportation from Britain

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Antonio Aakeel on set with Tomb Raider co-star Alicia VikanderWarner Bros. Pictures
Antonio Aakeel on set with 2018 Hollywood blockbuster Tomb Raider co-star Alicia Vikander

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Antonio Aakeel on set with Tomb Raider film director Roar UthaugWarner Bros. Pictures / Antonio Aakeel
Antonio Aakeel on set with Tomb Raider film director Roar Uthaug

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Antonio Aakeel on set of 2018 Tomb Raider film reboot, in which he plays Nitin AhujaAntonio Aakeel / Warner Bros.
Antonio Aakeel on set of 2018 Tomb Raider film reboot, in which he plays Nitin Ahuja

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Antonio Aakeel in the 2018 Tomb Raider film, where he appeared opposite Alicia VikanderWarner Bros. Pictures
Antonio Aakeel in the 2018 Tomb Raider film, where he appeared opposite Alicia Vikander

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The cast of BBC drama Moving On: Eighteen, which explores the journey of a young Afghan refugee in Britain (L-R): Antonio-Aakeel, Rosie Cavaliero, and Leon HarropBBC
The cast of BBC drama Moving On: Eighteen, which explores the journey of a young Afghan refugee in Britain (L-R): Antonio-Aakeel, Rosie Cavaliero, and Leon Harrop

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Antonio Aakeel plays young teenage Afghan refugee Mati in powerful drama Moving On: EighteenBBC
Antonio Aakeel plays young teenage Afghan refugee Mati in powerful drama Moving On: Eighteen

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The cast of BBC drama Moving On: Eighteen, which explores the journey of a young Afghan refugee in Britain (L-R): Antonio-Aakeel, Rosie Cavaliero, and Leon HarropBBC
The cast of BBC drama Moving On: Eighteen, which explores the journey of a young Afghan refugee in Britain (L-R): Antonio-Aakeel, Rosie Cavaliero, and Leon Harrop

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Antonio Aakeel is joined on a panel with refugee rights activist Salman Mirza as part of a special screening of BBC drama 'Moving On' in Birmingham for Refugee Week 2017Paul Stringer
Antonio Aakeel is joined on a panel with refugee rights activist Salman Mirza as part of a special screening of BBC drama ‘Moving On’ in Birmingham for Refugee Week 2017

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Antonio Aakeel and Jack Carroll star in Eaten by Lions, directed by Jason WingardMecca Films
Antonio Aakeel and Jack Carroll star in Eaten by Lions, filmed in Blackpool and directed by Jason Wingard

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Jack Carroll and Antonio Aakeel and Johnny Vegas on the set of Eaten by LionsAntonio Aakeel / Mecca Films
Jack Carroll, Antonio Aakeel and Johnny Vegas on the Blackpool set of Eaten by Lions

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Antonio Aakeel and Jack Carroll in Eaten by LionsMecca Films
Antonio Aakeel and Jack Carroll in 2018 film Eaten by Lions

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Lead stars Antonio Aakeel and Jack Carroll in Brit-flick Eaten by LionsMecca Films
Lead stars Antonio Aakeel and Jack Carroll in 2018 Brit-flick Eaten by Lions

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Antonio Aakeel filming on set with Eaten by Lions co-star Jack CarrollMecca Films
Antonio Aakeel filming on set with Eaten by Lions co-star Jack Carroll

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Birmingham-based actor Antonio Aakeel has appeared in British, Bollywood and Hollywood films Michael Shelford
Birmingham-based actor Antonio Aakeel has appeared in British, Bollywood and Hollywood films

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Antonio Aakeel plays lead character Ben in Granada NightsEyefive Films
Antonio Aakeel plays lead character Ben in upcoming independent film Granada Nights

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Wolverhampton-born Actor Antonio Aakeel photographed at the Library of Birmingham on Friday 22nd March 2019, ahead of the release of his new British national feature film 'Eaten By Lions'. Photograph: Denise Maxwell/Lensi Photography.Lensi Photography / IAB
Antonio Aakeel press photoshoot at the Library of Birmingham in March 2019

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Wolverhampton-born Actor Antonio Aakeel photographed at the Library of Birmingham on Friday 22nd March 2019, ahead of the release of his new British national feature film 'Eaten By Lions'. Photograph: Denise Maxwell/Lensi Photography.Lensi Photography / IAB
Antonio Aakeel press photoshoot at the Library of Birmingham in March 2019

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Wolverhampton-born Actor Antonio Aakeel photographed at the Library of Birmingham on Friday 22nd March 2019, ahead of the release of his new British national feature film 'Eaten By Lions'. Photograph: Denise Maxwell/Lensi Photography.Lensi Photography / IAB
Antonio Aakeel press photoshoot at the Library of Birmingham in March 2019

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Wolverhampton-born Actor Antonio Aakeel photographed at the Library of Birmingham on Friday 22nd March 2019, ahead of the release of his new British national feature film 'Eaten By Lions'. Photograph: Denise Maxwell/Lensi Photography.Lensi Photography / IAB
Antonio Aakeel press photoshoot at the Library of Birmingham in March 2019

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Wolverhampton-born Actor Antonio Aakeel photographed at the Library of Birmingham on Friday 22nd March 2019, ahead of the release of his new British national feature film 'Eaten By Lions'. Photograph: Denise Maxwell/Lensi Photography.Lensi Photography / IAB
Antonio Aakeel press photoshoot at the Library of Birmingham in March 2019

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Wolverhampton-born Actor Antonio Aakeel photographed at the Library of Birmingham on Friday 22nd March 2019, ahead of the release of his new British national feature film 'Eaten By Lions'. Photograph: Denise Maxwell/Lensi Photography.Lensi Photography / IAB
Antonio Aakeel press photoshoot at the Library of Birmingham in March 2019

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Wolverhampton-born Actor Antonio Aakeel photographed at the Library of Birmingham on Friday 22nd March 2019, ahead of the release of his new British national feature film 'Eaten By Lions'. Photograph: Denise Maxwell/Lensi Photography.Lensi Photography / IAB
Antonio Aakeel press photoshoot at the Library of Birmingham in March 2019

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Actors Josh Williams (right) and Antonio Aakeel (left) with director Makalla McPherson, who directs the ‘Life Unexpected’ episode of BBC DoctorsBBC / Antonio Aakeel
Actors Josh Williams (right) and Antonio Aakeel (left) with director Makalla McPherson, who directs the ‘Life Unexpected’ episode of BBC Doctors in 2016

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Actor Josh Williams (right) with Antonio Aakeel, who star in a BBC Doctors episode tackling gender identity issuesBBC / Antonio Aakeel
Actor Josh Williams (right) with Antonio Aakeel, who star in a BBC Doctors episode tackling gender identity issues

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Birmingham actor Antonio Aakeel plays Mark ‘Stotty’ Stott in the special episode of BBC DoctorsBBC / Antonio Aakeel
Birmingham actor Antonio Aakeel plays Mark ‘Stotty’ Stott in the special episode of BBC Doctors

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Birmingham actor Antonio Aakeel stars in child grooming drama ‘Guilty Pleasures’ Smooth Demon Productions
Birmingham actor Antonio Aakeel stars in child grooming drama ‘Guilty Pleasures’

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Actor Antonio Aakeel (centre) with cast and crew during the Birmingham premiere of Guilty Pleasures at the Mockingbird Theatre in DigbethGary Allkins / Smooth Demon Productions)
Actor Antonio Aakeel (centre) with cast and crew during the Birmingham premiere of Guilty Pleasures at the Mockingbird Theatre in Digbeth

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Antonio Aakeel poses for a news promo shoot in Birmingham in 2016 Adam Yosef
Antonio Aakeel poses for a news promo shoot in Birmingham in 2016

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Antonio Aakeel poses for a news promo shoot in Birmingham in 2016 Adam Yosef
Antonio Aakeel poses for a news promo shoot in Birmingham in 2016

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Antonio Aakeel poses for a news promo shoot in Birmingham in 2016 Adam Yosef
Antonio Aakeel poses for a news promo shoot in Birmingham in 2016

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Antonio Akeel stars in City of Tiny Lights alongside Billie PiperAntonio Aakeel / BBC Films / BFI
Antonio Akeel stars in 2016 film ‘City of Tiny Lights’ alongside Billie Piper

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Antonio Aakeel joins Riz Ahmed – of Four Lions and Nightcrawler fame – both starring in film 'City of Tiny Lights'Antonio Aakeel / BBC Films / BFI
Antonio Aakeel joins Riz Ahmed – of Four Lions and Nightcrawler fame – both starring in 2016 film ‘City of Tiny Lights’

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Antonio Aakeel is interviewed on BBC Asian Network national radio by presenter Noreen KhanBBC
Antonio Aakeel is interviewed on BBC Asian Network national radio by presenter Noreen Khan to promote 2016 film ‘City of Tiny Lights’

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Antonio Aakeel in 2016 film 'City of Tiny Lights'BBC Films / BFI
Antonio Aakeel in 2016 film ‘City of Tiny Lights’ alongside co-star Reiss Kershi-Hussain

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Antonio Aakeel as Lovely with Reiss Kershi-Hussai as Tommy Akhtar in 2016 film 'City of Tiny Lights'BBC Films / BFI
Antonio Aakeel as Lovely with Reiss Kershi-Hussain as Tommy Akhtar in 2016 film ‘City of Tiny Lights’

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Antonio Aakeel as Chirag Joshi in 2017 international production The Hungry BFIBFI
Antonio Aakeel as Chirag Joshi in 2017 international production ‘The Hungry’, filmed in India and the UK

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Antonio Aakeel in 2017 movie 'The Hungry', filmed in India and the UKBFI
Antonio Aakeel in 2017 movie ‘The Hungry’, filmed in India and the UK

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Antonio Aakeel in 2017 movie 'The Hungry', filmed in India and the UKBFI
Antonio Aakeel in 2017 movie ‘The Hungry’, filmed in India and the UK

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Antonio Aakeel in 2017 movie 'The Hungry', filmed in India and the UKBFI
Antonio Aakeel in 2017 movie ‘The Hungry’, filmed in India and the UK

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Antonio Aakeel alongside veteran actor Nasurideen Shah in 2017 feature film 'The Hungry', adapted from Shakespeare's 'Titus Andronicus' and directed by Bornila Chatterjee MARWAH Productions
Antonio Aakeel alongside veteran actor Nasurideen Shah in 2017 feature film ‘The Hungry’, adapted from Shakespeare’s ‘Titus Andronicus’ and directed by Bornila Chatterjee

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Antonio Aakeel alongside veteran actor Nasurideen Shah in 2017 feature film 'The Hungry', adapted from Shakespeare's 'Titus Andronicus' and directed by Bornila Chatterjee MARWAH Productions
Antonio Aakeel alongside veteran actor Nasurideen Shah in 2017 feature film ‘The Hungry’, adapted from Shakespeare’s ‘Titus Andronicus’ and directed by Bornila Chatterjee

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Antonio Aakeel alongside veteran actor Nasurideen Shah in 2017 feature film 'The Hungry', adapted from Shakespeare's 'Titus Andronicus' and directed by Bornila Chatterjee MARWAH Productions
Antonio Aakeel alongside veteran actor Nasurideen Shah in 2017 feature film ‘The Hungry’, adapted from Shakespeare’s ‘Titus Andronicus’ and directed by Bornila Chatterjee

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Antonio Aakeel with fellow actor and 'Yesterday' star Himesh PatelAntonio Aakeel / Instagram
Antonio Aakeel with fellow actor and ‘Yesterday’ star Himesh Patel

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Antonio Aakeel relaxing in LondonAntonio Aakeel / Instagram
Antonio Aakeel relaxing in London

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Actor Antonio Aakeel in India on the set of the Hungry'BFI / Antonio Aakeel
Actor Antonio Aakeel in India on the set of the Hungry’

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Antonio Aakeel taking some time out between filmingAntonio Aakeel / Instagram
Antonio Aakeel taking some time out between filming

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Antonio Aakeel in hard-hitting drama 'Guilty Pleasures'Smooth Demon Productions
Antonio Aakeel in hard-hitting drama ‘Guilty Pleasures’

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Antonio Aakeel in critically acclaimed BBC drama 'Three Girls' broadcast in 2017BBC
Antonio Aakeel in critically acclaimed BBC drama ‘Three Girls’ broadcast in 2017

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Antonio Aakeel with Rosie Cavaliero in award-winning BBC drama 'Moving On' BBC
Antonio Aakeel with Rosie Cavaliero in award-winning BBC drama ‘Moving On’

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Antonio Aakeel facing off Guz Khan in BBC comedy series 'Man Like Mobeen'BBC
Antonio Aakeel facing off Guz Khan in BBC comedy series ‘Man Like Mobeen’

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Antonio Aakeel onset in Dubai with Director David Whitney filming 'The Line of Freedom'DWF Films
Antonio Aakeel onset in Dubai with Director David Whitney filming ‘The Line of Freedom’ in 2013

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Antonio Aakeel wins the Arts Council England Award for Best Emerging Artist 2019ACTA Awards
Antonio Aakeel wins the Arts Council England Award for Best Emerging Artist 2019

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Antonio Aakeel as Raphael "Rafe" Hyland in Dublin Murders, filmed in Ireland and broadcast internationally on RTÉ One, Starz and BBC One in 2019 through to 2020 BBC
Antonio Aakeel as Raphael “Rafe” Hyland in Dublin Murders, filmed in Ireland and broadcast internationally on RTÉ One, Starz and BBC One in 2019 through to 2020

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Antonio Aakeel as Raphael "Rafe" Hyland in Dublin Murders, filmed in Ireland and broadcast internationally on RTÉ One, Starz and BBC One in 2019 through to 2020 BBC
Antonio Aakeel as Raphael “Rafe” Hyland in Dublin Murders, filmed in Ireland and broadcast internationally on RTÉ One, Starz and BBC One in 2019 through to 2020

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Antonio Aakeel and Tábata Cerezo star in Granada Nights, filmed in southern Spain eyefivefilms / David Martin Rodero
Antonio Aakeel and Tábata Cerezo star in Granada Nights, filmed in southern Spain

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Actor Antonio Aakeel at Griffith Observatory in Los AngelesAntonio Aakeel / Instagram
Actor Antonio Aakeel at Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles

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Antonio Aakeel enjoying a sunset in Los Angeles, CaliforniaAntonio Aakeel / Instagram
Antonio Aakeel enjoying a sunset in Los Angeles, California

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Antonio Aakeel on the set of Dublin Murders in Northern IrelandAntonio Aakeel / BBC
Antonio Aakeel on the set of Dublin Murders in Northern Ireland

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