Aason Nadjiwan

Who is Aason Nadjiwan? Bio-Wiki, Age, Birthday, Parents, Boyfriend, Children, Nationality, Net Worth, Wikipedia

Aason Nadjiwan Biography


  • Full Name: Ace (Aason) Nadjiwo
  • Gender: Male
  • Age: 20-30
  • Birth Date: Not known
  • Place Of Birth: Sudbury, Canada
  • Zodiac Sign: Not known
  • Net Worth: 1 million
  • Marital Status: Single
  • Girlfriend: Not Known
  • Height: 5 feet 10 inches (1.9 meters)
  • Mother’s Name: Not Known
  • Father’s Name: Not Known
  • Profession: A reality TV Personality, Actor

Aason Nadjiwan Age, Birthday 

He is believed to be around his 20s-30s. Aason was born in Sudbury, Canada. Details about his birth date, year of birth, and zodiac sign have not been made public.

Aason Nadjiwan Girlfriend

Like many celebrities, Praneet has not disclosed any detail regarding his love life or girlfriend if he has one. He is more dedicated to his acting job rather than being in a relationship.

Aason Nadjiwan Education

Upon completing high school, Ace went ahead and graduated from one of the universities in his hometown where attained his degree.

Aason Nadjiwan Parents, Siblings

He spent most of his childhood and teen years with his parents in Sudbury, Canada. Nadjiwan didn’t offer any details about his parents and other family members as well as about his siblings. Nevertheless, we will update this bit once we obtain reliable details.

Aason Nadjiwan Height and Weight

Nadjiwan estimated height is 5 feet 10 inches and weighs around 70 Kg.

Aason Nadjiwan Nationality/Ethnicity

The actor is Canadian by birth and holds unknown Ethnicity.

Aason Nadjiwan Wikipedia

He is a Sudbury-born, Vancouver-based actor. Ace is known best for Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce (2014), Step Up All In (2014), and There’s Someone Inside Your House (2021). Nonetheless, he is going to be featured as one of the eight lead roles in the upcoming CBC drama series ‘SkyMed’(2022).

Aason Nadjiwan SKY MED

Nadjiwan is one of the cast members in the upcoming series, SKY MED. The SkyMed debuts on 10th July on CBC and CBC Gem. The show itself is stated as a ‘steamy’ TV series that will turn up the heat this summer. Each episode is about an hour long and speaks the stories of young pilots and nurses flying air ambulances in remote northern Canada.

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