American actor Bashir Salahuddin is a writer and a comedian as well. The 41-year-old is best known for his role in comedy film Snatched, also starring Amy Schumer, Goldie Hawk, Joan Cusack, Ike Barinholtz, Wanda Sykes and Christopher Meloni. Last August, the Primetime Emmy Award nominee got married to wife Chandra Russell.
Bashir's wife is also an actress. She has appeared in movies such as Things Girl BFFs Do, Yelping Yelp and Night Shades. She has acted alongside stars like Emebeit Beyene, Ben Hensley, Daniel Lonewolf, Jessica Lamour, Ashleigh Crystal Hairston, and many others.
To find more about Bashir Salahuddin's marriage with Chandra Russell, continue on reading.
Bashir Salahuddin married to Chandra Russell
Bashir after dating girlfriend Chandra for a long time tied the knot with her on August 12, 2017. The couple exchanged their vows at The Lodge in Whitefish Lake, Montana.
The bride looked stunning in her all-white laced wedding dress and bridegroom's matching colored couture dress suited him perfectly. The couple looked really happy on their wedding day.
Following their wedding, they have been making appearances in events such as SAG awards and 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild as a married couple.
The recently married couple will star together in an American sitcom The Niggers. The show will be broadcasted on Netflix.
It has been almost 7 months that Bashir and his wife Chandra have been married, and they are fully enjoying their life together. Bashir is head over heels in love with Chandra and doesn't have any records of past affairs. We can be assured that he won't be separating with her anytime soon.
Bashir Salahuddin Career
The alum of Whitney M. Young High School had an encounter with writer Diallo Riddle following his graduation. Soon after the meeting, the two partnered and started up a production company named Paper Planes.
In 2016, he and Diallo produced the half-hour comedy series titled Brothers in Atlanta. But unfortunately, HBO decided to cancel the broadcasting of the show. In the same year, Salahuddin acted as the male lead in a Hulu pilot comedy Crushed directed by Scott Ellis.
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Later on, he appeared in NBC's television variety show Maya & Marty and was featured on the talk show Late Night with Jimmy Fallon hosted by comedian Jimmy Fallon. In 2017, Bashir did the recurring role as Keith Bang in GLOW alongside Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin, Sydelle Noel and others.
His movie Snatched in which he portrayed the character of an officer at the U. S. State Department was released in the same year. The movie had the box office collection of $60.8 million.
Watch the trailer for Snatched