Famous for: Playing Coronation Street's own Alya Nazir
phobias: Enclosed spaces and mosquitoes
Is Sair Khan single?: No. She has a long-term partner in the form of BBC's Our Girl star Simon Lennon.
She says: "I'm not a very big personality and I'm happy to lean back. But I do not like bullying and I will not stand it." If I get caught, they'll meet my anger! "
Biography: Sair Khan was born in Leeds in 1988, with great ambitions to become an actor. After attending the National Youth Theater, she landed her first role in BBC Daytime Soap Doctors, who played the single character Nina Chopra 2011.
Before embarking on her big break as Alya Nazir in Coronation Street 2014, she worked as a receptionist in an advertising agency.
Khan's casting in Coronation Street was a landmark in the soap, as she was part of Corri's first world-class Muslim family.
In an official statement that announced his role, Khan 2014 said: "I'm absolutely delighted to join Casting Street. As a northerner, I've grown up watching the show and so can not believe I'll soon go on the famous hills. "
Her addition of soap was meant to get more eye-eye back to Corrie after the departure of Michelle Keegan, who played Tina McIntyre, earlier that year.
Since the arrival of the infamous cobblestone, Khan has had more of her fair share of dramatic storylines.
Her character Alya originally took a shine to Gary Windass, with the couple who had a night in the back of his then girlfriend Izzy.
While the romance was finally blossomed between her father, her father Kal, (played by Jimi Mistry), fell tragically on fire – see Alya hit the bottle and have a night of passion with Jason Grimshaw (Ryan Thomas).
Her wedding to Gary is then quickly turned off when he detects news about her nightmare.
Alya's affectionate love affair was only worse last year when she fell for convicted mechanic Luke Britton, who was brutally slaughtered by Corri's response to Fred West, Pat Phelan.
Other stories saw the Alya battle to continue Aidan Connor's legacy when she struggled to take control of the Underworld Knitting Factory and meet racism over Christmas last year. A big story Khan joined the author.
Explain the motivation behind the story, she explained to the BBC: "This was a problem I would definitely raise and wanted to get up, because I get many people to come to me, young Asian girls, Asian guys, it's so happy to see me on television a representation of them.
"I'm so glad to be the voice for them in all the positive elements that accompany it, but there's negativity and I thought it was definitely worth exploring."
Khan's depiction like Alya saw her nominated for Best Newcomer at the National Television Awards 2015.
Now it's in the jungle, Khan is keen to prove that she is very different from the serious and stern Alya.
"The strangest thing for me goes in like myself," she said. "My character is so different to me, she's serious, strict and she can be busy. I'm the opposite! I'm such a goof, I'm always laughing, I'm cheeky and I'm not too serious."
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