Aayan Ibrahim
Aayan Ibrahim
Status: Deceased
Birthplace: Pakistan
Nationality: Flag of Pakistan Pakistani
Profession: Medical student
Marital status: In a relationship
Significant other(s): Kiran (girlfriend)
Carrie Mathison (one-night stand)
Played by: Suraj Sharma
Seasons: 4, 5
Episodes: 7 appearances
First episode: "The Drone Queen"
Last episode: "Super Powers" (hallucination)

Aayan Ibrahim was a Pakistani medical student. He was portrayed by Suraj Sharma.


Aayan studied at a medical school in Islamabad, Pakistan. Aayan had been at a family wedding party, recording the proceedings on his phone at the moment a missile strike was executed by the CIA, in an attempt to take out Haissam Haqqani. Aayan declines to upload the video to YouTube despite the urging of his roommate Rahim. While Aayan sleeps, Rahim takes the phone and gets his cousin to upload the video, and it quickly goes viral.

Carrie, along with Fara and Max work to gain Aayan's trust through promises of getting him out of Pakistan and sending him to England, with the cover as a British medical student, to eventually recruit him as an asset to get closer to Haqqani.

He is later shot dead.

Behind the Scenes


Season 4
The Drone Queen Trylon and Perisphere Shalwar Kameez Iron in the Fire About a Boy
From A to B and Back Again "Redux" "Halfway to a Donut" "There's Something Else Going On" "13 Hours in Islamabad"
"Krieg Nicht Lieb" "Long Time Coming"
Season 5
"Separation Anxiety" "The Tradition of Hospitality" Super Powers "Why Is This Night Different?" "Better Call Saul"
"Parabiosis" "Oriole" "All About Allison" "The Litvinov Ruse" "New Normal"
"Our Man in Damascus" "A False Glimmer"

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