Canadian TV host and actor, Huse Madhavji is best known for his current roles on HBO Canada/Direct-TV’s comedy ‘Call Me Fitz’ and CTV’s #1 hospital drama ‘Saving Hope’. Prior to persuing an acting career, Huse was seen daily on Star! Canada’s entertainment channel (now E! Canada) where he’s interviewed some of the world’s biggest stars from Hollywood royalty to the giants in the music industry.
Huse just wrapped up his fourth season of ‘Call Me Fitz’ where he plays Ruptal 1 alongside Jason Priestley, a role that gave him his first Gemini nomination. He’s currently getting ready to take on the third season of ‘Saving Hope’ where he plays the lead role of the socially awkward neurosurgeon, Dr. Shahir Hamza. Huse also writes songs and has written and co-produced a documentary, which saw its world premiere at the Filmi festival this past summer.
I chatted with him about his eclectic career, his plans for the future and the strong force of women who make up his inner circle…