Obaid Kadwani is an actor, producer, model, tv-host, emcee and entreprenuer.

He is the host of the national tv-network "Namaste America." On Namaste America, he hosts entertainment shows such as Admit One, Dhoom Machale and 100% Desi. He also demonstrates his versatility and journalism skills by anchoring the weekly news round-up. He has also hosted Sundance Channel's Doc-Day Night. He has anchored the promotional tv-shows for Bollywood Awards and Bollywood Legends.

Obaid's excellent improvisational skills make him a natural to emcee live events as well. He has emceed events including Miss India USA, Miss India NJ/DE/PA, Strings Concert, Rockstars Concerts in NJ and NYC, SAAIDS Gala, Nargis Dutt Foundation Gala, Chand Raat, Dulhan Expo and the 25th Anniversary Cultural show of the flagship NYC India Day Parade.

Obaid has walked the ramp for many designers and events including Bollywood Fashion Awards, International Pakistan Cultural Ministry Fashion show in DC, several shows for Alia Khan, Zuni Fashions, Nirali Fashions, Zari Boutique, Bibi Magazine and eyeBLINK Entertainment.

Obaid's list of print jobs is long and varied. They have appeard in everything from text books to trade journals to national magazines to international newspapers and catalogues. The companies run the gamut across a wide swath of industries and include names such as Zelnorm, IBM, Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, Computer Associates, HP, Altria, Sundance, Ekman project, Nokia, At&t, Verizon, Cingular, Heinz, Target, Panasonic, Hershey's, Reliant, book covers and more.

Obaid's commericals include a national commerical for Target and local commericals for Aveda Natural Look Saloon, Basmati Rice and a mortgage company.

Obaid has done industrials for companies including Altria, Schering-Plough and Merck.

Obaid's films include a cutting-edge short mockumentary called G-hoddie and the Hotties as well as Lovenik, Limousine Drive, The Writer" and One Night Stand. Stagework includes the original eyeBlink Entertainment play Beneath the Banyan Tree as well The Swaggering Solider, The Frogs, The Master Builder and the regional play The Grocer's Daughter.

His voiceovers are numerous and include Walmart, Sprint, Nokia, Orbitz, Western Union and an Urdu voiceover for Mayor Bloomberg's 2006 re-election campaign. He did a very special charity voiceover for a short film raising funds for earthquake relief in Pakistan. He has also done voiceovers for several pharmaceutical companies for in-house use. Obaid's voiceovers range from American accent to Indian accent to Middle-Eastern accent.

Obaid has always believed in trying to control his own future. His entreprenuerial leanings began while he was still in college. Before even graduating, he had started his first business, a 1-man operation. Soon that business was raking in 2 million dollars a year in sales. 4 other businesses soon followed. Although Obaid gave them all up for his acting career, Obaid's business skills have proven valuable in the launching of the non-profit multi-cultural entertainment company, eyeBlink Entertainment. Obaid took on the role of General Manager and head of Special Events, while his sister, actress/model Qurrat Ann Kadwani, is the President and Artistic Director. The company has steadily grown every year, and in the summer of 2006, eyeBlink Dance Department was added.