Riz Khan
Art Malik
The Pakistani-British actor has returned to the stage in London to much acclaim.
Last Modified: 13 Jun 2007 08:06 GMT

Art Malik playing the villian along side Arnold Schwarzenegger in True Lies
On Tuesday, Riz speaks with Pakistani-British actor Art Malik.

Malik starred in two high-profile TV productions that sent him along his way to a successful career in Hollywood and London: The Jewel in the Crown and A Passage to India.

He also had a role in the James Bond movie, The Living Daylights, and opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in True Lies.

After a long absence, Malik has returned to the stage in London to much critical acclaim.

This episode of Riz Khan airs on Tuesday 12 June 2007

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