For those who have grown up in Pakistan during the nineties, the name Humayun Naz must seem quite familiar. An actor who shot to fame during the nineties, acting was something that Humayun landed in accidently. With his mother being a renowned doctor and father having an inclination towards poetry, nobody in his family had stepped foot in acting before.
As a young actor, Humayun made his debut onscreen with Pakistan's first attempt at a soap drama by the name of 'Jaal', aired from the former channel STN. The drama, directed by Ghazanfar Ali, saw Humayun play a young man Zain who is shown suffering due to his failing love life. This is where Humayun's acting career took a start from and as a fresh face onscreen, people appreciated his acting as well as screen presence.
With his acting skills clicking with a number of top directors, Humayun was given pivotal roles by Farooq Mengal in two of his dramas namely 'Daddy' and 'Ab Kay Hum Bichray'. During the same period, he starred in the drama serial 'Waar' in which he acted alongside screen stalwarts Tanveer Jamal and Abid Ali. With his performance receiving good reviews, Humayun then landed the lead role in a tele film by the name of 'Muskaan' in which he was cast opposite Sonia Khan.
After taking a few years' hiatus from acting, Humayun made a comeback appearing in a number of productions by private channels. His drama titled 'Baarish Kay Aansoo', which was aired from Geo TV, became immensely popular among the audiences and was appreciated for the depth of acting it offered. In the serial, Humayun shared screen space with small screen veterans Shabbir Jan, Asif Raza Mir and Saba Pervez. Another one of his dramas by the name of 'Mohabbat Kon Rokay', aired on ARY Digital, saw him acting along with the likes of senior actors like Talat Hussain and Samina Peerzada.