A graduate of ACA’s 2.5 year program in 2014, Mansoor has made a name for himself, working consistently in Australian film, TV and theatre. His TV credits including ABC’s hit TV shows Rake, the character of Dan Driver in ABC’s Trip for Biscuits, Ben in Growing up Gracefully, McIntyre’s 2IC in Cleverman for SundanceTV, Mustafa in the TV mini-series Mustafa Needs a Wife, Will Steele in Resting Pitch Face, and George in upcoming TV series Bondi Slayer. 2018 saw the release of He’s Isis – written, directed, produced, and performed in by Mansoor. This film has gone on to win various awards in Australia and abroad. Mansoor’s theatre credits include Dromeo in the National Theatre of Parramatta’s Comedy of Errors, Dr Mann in kXt’s Visiting Hours, Jake Cameron in Griffin’s Who is Jake Cameron directed by Jessica Arthur, and he is most well-known in the theatre scene for his performance of Conrad in the Sydney Theatre Award-winning production of Stupid F**king Bird, directed by Warwick Doddrell.