RAZIF HASHIM

Actor, Malaysia

Born in 1983 and proud to be Malaysian, Razif has been a self-proclaimed entertainer since he was an attention-seeking child, all through his school years (as his alter ego George) and has been a rather active member in the Malaysian entertainment scene primarily as an actor and presenter since 2003.

Having lived in Kuala Lumpur his whole life, In 2008, Raz took a break from the scene to train and gain a new perspective. He attended an acting course at East 15 Acting School and now holds an MFA in Acting (International) with distinction. He is now back in Kuala Lumpur and is looking forward to play with his friends and entertain the people.

He starred in multiple Malaysian TV shows as actor / host including Gol & Gincu, Ghost, Best in the World, Good Feel Show and many others. In film, his credits include Goodbye Boys (2006), Jarum Halus (2008) and Tanda Putera (2013).

As an entertainer who has knowledge and experience to survive as a freelancer, Razif is passionate about training other entrepreneurs on how to survive in the gig economy. Through his own startup Ftalent, he trains corporations and organizations with the secret sauce, learning and development through theater. His courses include developing leadership, presentation skills & team-building.

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Over the years, Razif has become the lead trainer for 1MET entrepreneurial boot-camps with Startup Malaysia, engaging over 10 000 participants, in 20 cities around Malaysia between 2015-2016.

He was the pitch trainer for MAGIC’s Global Accelerator Program, that engaged over 200 startups & entrepreneurs between 2014-2018. He also ran customer simulation and marketing programs when Ftalent collaborated with Proficeo to train over 50 startups under Cradle Fund’s, Coach & Grow program in 2017-2018.

Razif Hashim was in George Town playing the role of Tunku Abdul Rahman in Pearl of the E&O, a site-specific play directed by Lim Yu-Beng and produced by Tan Kheng Hua commissioned by George Town Festival 2016. Razif was also in Penang as coordinator for World Islamic Economic Forum (WIEF)’s Young Fellows programme.

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RAZIF HASHIM

Actor, Malaysia

Born in 1983 and proud to be Malaysian, Razif has been a self-proclaimed entertainer since he was an attention-seeking child, all through his school years (as his alter ego George) and has been a rather active member in the Malaysian entertainment scene primarily as an actor and presenter since 2003.

Having lived in Kuala Lumpur his whole life, In 2008, Raz took a break from the scene to train and gain a new perspective. He attended an acting course at East 15 Acting School and now holds an MFA in Acting (International) with distinction. He is now back in Kuala Lumpur and is looking forward to play with his friends and entertain the people.

He starred in multiple Malaysian TV shows as actor / host including Gol & Gincu, Ghost, Best in the World, Good Feel Show and many others. In film, his credits include Goodbye Boys (2006), Jarum Halus (2008) and Tanda Putera (2013).

As an entertainer who has knowledge and experience to survive as a freelancer, Razif is passionate about training other entrepreneurs on how to survive in the gig economy. Through his own startup Ftalent, he trains corporations and organizations with the secret sauce, learning and development through theater. His courses include developing leadership, presentation skills & team-building.

Over the years, Razif has become the lead trainer for 1MET entrepreneurial boot-camps with Startup Malaysia, engaging over 10 000 participants, in 20 cities around Malaysia between 2015-2016.

He was the pitch trainer for MAGIC’s Global Accelerator Program, that engaged over 200 startups & entrepreneurs between 2014-2018. He also ran customer simulation and marketing programs when Ftalent collaborated with Proficeo to train over 50 startups under Cradle Fund’s, Coach & Grow program in 2017-2018.

Razif Hashim was in George Town playing the role of Tunku Abdul Rahman in Pearl of the E&O, a site-specific play directed by Lim Yu-Beng and produced by Tan Kheng Hua commissioned by George Town Festival 2016. Razif was also in Penang as coordinator for World Islamic Economic Forum (WIEF)’s Young Fellows programme.

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