|Alma mater||University of Edinburgh|
Adeel Amini (born 1986) is a TV Producer and mental health campaigner.
Amini was born in Bradford, Yorkshire to Pakistani parents. He studied at the University of Edinburgh. 
Adeel works as a TV producer. His producing credits include Catchphrase (British game show), Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (British game show) and Blind Date (British game show).
Announced at Edinburgh International Television Festival in August 2020 through his campaigning he gained support for the Coalition For Change, a pan-industry group including BBC, ITV (TV network), Channel 4, Channel 5 (British TV channel), Sky UK, Netflix, Amazon (company) alongside other industry organisations.
In 2021, Piers Morgan aimed a tweet at Amini saying he would rather employ a lobotomised aardvark than Amini on Piers Morgan's Life Stories before threatening to speak to ITV about him. As a result of this 1200 TV industry employees wrote to ITV accusing Piers Morgan of bullying and intimidation calling on action from ITV. ITV chose not to act. 
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