Jameela Jamil – Wiki, Bio, Facts, Age, Boyfriend, Net Worth

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Jameela Jamil is a British actress, model, presenter, and writer. She debuted as a T4 host on Channel 4 in 2009.

She relocated to the USA in 2016 and took the role in NBC’s The Good Place (2016–2020) as Tahani Al-Jamil. She’s also involved in DC League of Super-Pets (2022) and She-Hulk: Attorney at Law (2022).

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At the end of 2008, Jameela Jamil appeared on the TV show T4, and the following year, she started participating in the morning TV show Freshly Squeezed as a host.

Then, she tried writing for UK and lifestyle magazines in The Company in 2011 and continued doing so until 2014.

Her newly found job as a writer did not necessarily put aside her career in television. She started hosting more TV shows including Play It Straight (2012) and The Official Chart (2013).

Later, she moved to Los Angeles, California, to try his luck in Hollywood as a screenwriter. Her career path took a huge turn from there on.

Instead of debuting as a screenwriter, she managed to secure her first role in the American fantasy comedy titled The Good Place (2016) instead.

It marked her acting debut in Hollywood and opened up new opportunities for her. Some of the acting projects she took afterward include the TV series American Dad! (2020) and Harley Quinn (2020).


  • Real Name: Jameela Alia Jamil
  • Stage Names: Jameela Jamil
  • Also Known as: –
  • Nickname: Jameela
  • Birthday: February 25, 1986
  • Birthplace: London, England
  • Zodiac Sign: Pisces
  • Nationality: British
  • Religion: Christianity
  • Professions: Actress, Presenter, Model, Writer
  • Education: Queen’s College, London
  • Facebook: Jameela Jamil Official
  • Twitter: @jameelajamil
  • Instagram: @jameelajamil
  • TikTok: @leerodriguez
  • YouTube: Jameela Jamil Official

Height, Weight, & Physical Appearance 

  • Height: 179 cm (5’10”)
  • Weight: 69 kg (152 lbs)
  • Blood Type: –
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Light brown
  • Body Measurements: 38-27-35 (Bust -38, Waist -27, and Hips -35 inches)
  • Shoe Size: 11 (US)
  • Dress Size: 6 (US)


  • Father: Ali Jamil
  • Mother: Shireen Jamil 
  • Brother: Adnandus Dyzantae
  • Sister: –

Boyfriend & Dating History

James Blake

Their dating rumors started to surface after she posted their cuddly photo on her birthday in February 2015.

Several months later, the pair were spotted attending Wimbledon Tennis Championships.

They aren’t really flaunting their relationship, but aren’t exactly hiding it either. For example, he revealed in his Twitter page that she’s the inspiration begind his 4th album Assume Form.

She also opened up about their romance in a 2019 interview with “Ctrl Alt Delete” podcast, stating that he taught her how to “stick up” for herself and how James is a “great force.”

Their relationship is still going on strong.

Net Worth

According to multiple sources online, she’s estimated to have built around $5 million of net worth. She earns mainly from her career in the entertainment industry that has been going on for decades.

Real Estate

As reported by Dirt in late 2022, the pair purchased a spacious villa located in Hollywood Hills for $6.9 million.

The property is said to features 7,000 sq ft of living space divided into four levels connected by an elevator, five bedrooms, and seven bathrooms.

Its amenities include a wellness center with gym and sauna, an office, a backyard area with spa, pool, and BBQ setup, a movie theater, a lounge area, and three car garages.

Aside from the quarters, the couple also own a property located in Fayetteville, Atlanta, which they bought for $600 thousand.


  • Jameela had an accident when she was 17 years old that caused her bones to break and her spinal damaged.
  • She suffered from several disorders such as congenital hearing loss, labyrinthitis, hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, anorexia nervosa, and Coeliac disease.
  • When it comes to voting, she said she will side with a political party that is less evil.
  • She did not really care about fashion as a teenager.
  • Jameela wore a chicken suit for 16 days for charity work purposes.
  • She once ate only potato chips and avoided full meals all year long to achieve a model-like figure.
  • Jameela was an English teacher at Callan School in London.
  • She was first scouted to be offered a job as a TV host when she was in a pub.
  • Jameela is the founder of the I Weigh community, which is a platform that is meant to mobilize activism and raise awareness about social issues.
  • Her boyfriend, James Blake, is a musician.
  • She likes exploring supermarkets when she is sad.
  • Jameela had her first kiss when she was 21 years old.
  • Her nickname is Bambi.
  • She is afraid of ghosts.
  • Jameela always wears a bra, even to sleep.
  • She has a celebrity crush on actor Keanu Reeves.
  • Jameela has a phobia of velvet.
  • She admitted to having social anxiety.
  • Jameela likes listening to songs by Mariah Carey.
  • She is addicted to computer games.
  • Jameela likes eating sourdough pizza and Shake Shack fries.
  • She is good at writing and once wrote for magazines.
  • Jameela identifies herself as a part of Queer community.
  • Her ideal type is…
  • Her net worth is around $5 million.


  • Embrace Kids (-), as self
  • The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight (-), as the narrator
  • DC League of Super-Pets (2022), as Wonder Woman
  • Marry Me (2022), as Anikah
  • How to Build a Girl (2019), as Cleopatra
  • 30th Annual GLAAD Media Awards Los Angeles (2019), as self
  • Porn: What’s the Harm? (2014), as self
  • The 50 Funniest Moments of 2013 (2013), as self
  • The Big Dirty List Show: 50 Years of Sex and Music (2013), as self
  • The 50 Funniest Moments of 2010 (2011), as a guest
  • 50 Greatest Pop Videos (2010), as self

TV Series

  • Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin (Peacock | 2022), as Gisela
  • She-Hulk: Attorney at Law (Disney+ | 2022), as Titania
  • Poker Face (Peacock | 2022), as…
  • Star Trek: Prodigy (Paramount+ | 2022), as Asencia
  • Rugrats (Paramount+ | 2021), as Lady De-Clutter
  • Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous (Netflix | 2020), as Roxie
  • Mira, Royal Detective (Disney Junior | 2020), as Auntie Pushpa
  • Crossing Swords (Hulu | 2020), as Danielle
  • Animaniacs (Hulu | 2020), as Sultana
  • American Dad! (TBS | 2020), as Christine S.
  • Harley Quinn (DC Universe | 2020), as Eris
  • Big City Greens (Disney Channel | 2020), as Phoenix
  • DuckTales (Disney Channel | 2019), as Gandra Dee
  • Robot Chicken (Adult Swim | 2019), as Buttercup
  • Animals. (HBO | 2018), as Julia
  • The Good Place (NBC | 2016), as Tahani Al-Jamil
  • The Hoff’s Best Film… Ever! (2013), as self

TV Shows

  • Tamron Hall (ABC News | 2022), as a guest
  • The Drew Barrymore Show (Syndication | 2021), as a guest
  • Dear Chelsea (YouTube | 2021), as a guest
  • The 26th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards (The CW Network | 2021), as the host
  • Impractical Jokers (truTV | 2021), as a guest
  • The Carlos Watson Show (CNBC | 2020), as a guest
  • The E! People’s Choice Awards (E! | 2020), as the host
  • Red Table Talk (Facebook Watch | 2020), as a guest
  • Book Shook (YouTube | 2020), as a guest
  • Close Up with the Hollywood Reporter (Sundance TV | 2020), as a guest
  • Legendary (HBO Max | 2020), as the judge
  • I Weigh with Jameela Jamil (Apple Podcasts | 2020), as the host
  • One World: Together at Home (NBC | 2020), as a guest
  • The Sarah O’Connell Show (YouTube | 2020), as a guest
  • Good Morning America (ABC | 2020), as a guest
  • A Little Late with Lilly Singh (NBC | 2020), as a guest
  • The Good Place: Live Panel Discussion (YouTube | 2020), as a guest
  • The View (ABC | 2020), as a guest
  • Lights Out with David Spade (Comedy Central | 2020), as the panelist
  • The Kelly Clarkson Show (NBC | 2019), as a guest
  • Life is Short with Justin Long (YouTube | 2019), as a guest
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC | 2019), as a guest
  • American Music Awards 2019 (ABC | 2019), as the host
  • Good Mythical Morning (YouTube | 2019), as a guest
  • The Daily Show (Comedy Central | 2019), as a guest
  • The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC | 2019), as a guest
  • The Misery Index (TBS | 2019), as the host
  • Conan (TBS | 2019), as a guest
  • Teen Choice Awards 2019 (Fox | 2019), as a guest
  • 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards (MTV | 2019), as the host
  • Still Laugh-In: The Stars Celebrate (Netflix | 2019), as a guest
  • Diversitea with Naomi Wadler (YouTube | 2019), as a guest
  • Access Hollywood (NBC | 2019), as a guest
  • The 24th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards (The CW Network | 2019), as the host
  • Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC | 2018), as the host
  • Camp Confessions (YouTube | 2018), as a guest
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC | 2018), as a guest
  • Never Not Funny (YouTube | 2018), as a guest
  • The Good Place: The Podcast (YouTube | 2018), as a guest
  • Entertainment Tonight (YouTube | 2018), as a guest
  • The Talk (CBS | 2018), as a guest
  • Today (ABC | 2018), as a guest
  • Hollywood Game Night (NBC | 2018), as a guest
  • Access Daily (YouTube | 2017), as a guest
  • Home & Family (Hallmark Channel | 2016), as a guest
  • The 15 Second Interview with Joe Lycett (Facebook | 2015), as a guest
  • The Great Comic Relief Bake Off (BBC Two | 2015), as a contestant
  • Room 101 (BBC | 2015), as a guest
  • Virtually Famous (E4 | 2014), as a guest
  • Celebrity Juice (ITV2 | 2014), as a guest
  • BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards 2014 (BBC | 2014), as a guest
  • Celebrity Fifteen to One (Channel 4 | 2014), as a contestant
  • Viral Tap (YouTube | 2014), as a guest
  • Play on! (YouTube | 2013), as a guest
  • Never Mind the Buzzcocks (BBC | 2012), as a guest
  • 1001 Things You Should Know (Channel 4 | 2012), as a guest
  • Sunday Brunch (Channel 4 | 2012), as a guest
  • Playing It Straight (Fox | 2012), as the host
  • Republic of Telly (RTÉ2 | 2011), as a guest
  • The Crush (Amazon Prime Video | 2011), as the host
  • Pop Profiles (Pzaz TV | 2010), as a guest
  • Pride of Britain Awards 2010 (ITV | 2010), as a guest
  • Koko Pop (Channel 4 | 2010), as the host
  • Xposé (Virgin Media One | 2009), as a guest
  • T4 (Channel 4 | 2009), as the host
  • Freshly Squeezed (Channel 4 | 2009), as the host
  • T4 on the Beach (Channel 4 | 2009), as the host


  • 2020 IGN Awards – Best TV Ensemble – The Good Place
  • 2020 People’s Choice Awards – Favorite Comedy TV Star – The Good Place
  • 2020 Queerty Awards – Straight Best Friend – Jameela Jamil
  • 2019 People’s Choice Awards – Favorite Comedy TV Star – The Good Place
  • 2018 Gold Derby TV Awards – Ensemble of the Year – The Good Place
  • 2018 INOCA TV Awards – Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series – The Good Place


“For me, growing up felt like a roller coaster ride at times, but looking back, I don’t think that it was such a bad thing. It was all part of the excitement of being young.”

“The economy, unemployment, the future… Politicians, economists, and journalists are constantly debating these key issues for our country but rarely come to an answer. But behind all this, there is a fairly simple truth: no matter what anybody says, jobs are hard to come by.”

“Surround yourself with people and things that inspire you. Learn everything you can.”

“Every twist and turn in life is an opportunity to learn something new about yourself, your interests, your talents, and how to set and then achieve goals.”

“With a doughnut in each hand, anything is possible.”

“We’re in a situation where talented, motivated school leavers and graduates can send off a hundred CVs and not get a reply, and where a trip to the Job Centre is depressing rather than inspirational. And you know what, that just feels wrong.”

“I was born partially deaf and suffered from labyrinthitis, which affected my balance. I had numerous ear infections and spent my childhood in and out of hospital having operations.”

“Three women in my family, close relatives, have had breast cancer, and two have died from it, and still I never thought it could happen to me. I didn’t even regularly check my breasts.”

“One of the perks of growing up, but also one of the biggest challenges, is making decisions about the future. Deciding what kind of job you want, whether you want to finish school, or whether you want to go to university are huge choices to make.”

“I couldn’t wait to leave school. So I did it as soon as I possibly could at 16. I had no clue what I wanted to do next other than being at school wasn’t it and that I was desperate to make my own way as soon as I could.”

“Women’s bodies have always been used as a spectacle and objectified.”

“I’ve got quite an old-fashioned figure. Back in the Sixties, girls had boobs, a tummy and wide hips, and bigger thighs as well. I think that’s sexy – to me, that’s what a woman looks like. I’ve got love handles – sometimes they’re passion handles! I’m built for comfort, not for speed, and I like that about myself.”

“It feels great to know that more people are finding work and gaining the experience, not to mention self-confidence, that they need.”

“There was a time when I was young and unemployed, struggling to start my career. During my A-Levels, I was hit by a car, which shattered my bones and left me confined to my bedroom for a year. Weirdly, it was the best thing that ever happened to me.”

“After the cancer-free diagnosis, I thought I’d go off and do the things I never did in my teens and twenties. I realised putting things off in life can be dangerous because suddenly you can find you’ve run out of time.”

“Food or the lack thereof can, at times, be coping mechanisms for people. While this isn’t the best approach to good health, it’s a part of people’s realities. And it is nothing to be ashamed of.”

“For a while, I became a model scout and agent, thinking naively I could change the industry from the inside, and even kicked off the famous ‘size zero debate’ with an article I wrote to the ‘Evening Standard’ about my concerns from behind the curtain of the business, back in 2005.”

“I was always very quiet, and I think everyone thought that was because I was a good child. I’d sit there in silence, but it wasn’t until my mother was calling me one day when I was very young that she realised something was wrong because I wasn’t responding.”

“One of the brilliant things I realised after I’d left school is that there are so many ways you can learn. I do this best on the job.”

“The doctor said, ‘You have a lump on your breast’. Hearing those words was a reminder, a kick up the bum if you like, telling me that life is very unpredictable.”

“Shaming people isn’t productive. That makes you feel bad about yourself.”

“I think compassion is the only way to approach any subject, especially if it’s to do with physical appearance. I don’t think it’s really about tearing something apart.”

“If you’re in the public eye, you’re constantly scrutinised. I was called too thin and then too fat when I was overweight. It’s just a shame those are the reactions people have.”

Jameela Jamil has been everywhere on television, which is all thanks to her multifaceted talents. Fans surely wonder what else she is going to bring to the table.

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