Ashiesh Roy is an Indian television and film actor. He is best known for playing the role of ‘Tanveer’ in the popular Indian comedy series ‘Yes Boss’ (1999); aired on SAB TV.
Ashiesh Roy was born on Tuesday, 18 May 1965 (age 55 years; at the time of death), in Delhi. His zodiac sign is Taurus. He did his schooling at Raisina Bengali School, New Delhi, and later, he attended Kirori Mal College in Delhi to complete his graduation. Telly Chakkar
Height (approx.): 5′ 5″
Eye Colour: Dark Brown
Hair Colour: Black
Family, Caste & Wife
His mother died of cancer. Reportedly, he was in a relationship with a girl for 5 years, but the couple got separated from each other. At the time of his death, he was unmarried. Times of India His sister’s name is Conica Halder.
He started his career as a theatre artist. In 1997, he debuted as an actor in the DD National’s TV serial, ‘Byomkesh Bakshi.’ He has appeared in various popular TV serials, like ‘Movers & Shakers’ (1998), ‘Baa Bahu Aur Baby’ (2006), ‘Sasural Simar Ka’ (2011), and ‘Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi’ (2016).
He appeared in many Bollywood films, including ‘Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero’ (2004), ‘MP3: Mera Pehla Pehla Pyaar’ (2007), ‘Raja Natwarlal’ (2014), and ‘Barkhaa’ (2014). He was a dubbing artist too and had dubbed for various Hollywood films, like ‘Superman Returns’ (2006), ‘Man of Steel’ (2013), ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ (2014), and ‘The Legend of Tarzan’ (2016).
- His favourite sport was boxing.
- In 2019, he had a paralytic stroke due to which he was admitted to ICU. He had a clot in his brain and was unable to move the left side of his body.
- On 4 January 2020, he was hospitalised due to renal dysfunction.
- He was hospitalised in May 2020, and later, in an interview, he shared about his critical financial conditions, he said,
I was already facing a money crunch and the situation has worsened owing to the lockdown. I had savings of Rs 2 lakh, which I spent during the first two days of being hospitalised. First, I was tested for Covid-19, which cost me around Rs 11,000, followed by other expenses. I spent around 90,000 on a single round of dialysis. I have to undergo a treatment, which will cost me Rs 4 lakh, but I don’t have the money to pay for it. So, I want to go back home, as I can’t afford the treatment. I am seeking financial aid from people so that I can clear my medical bills to get discharged. I can’t continue staying here even if I were to die tomorrow.” Hindustan Times