His father is a British Indian expatriate, who immigrated to Canada, and his mother is of English, Welsh and German descent.
Until the age of 16, Jogia was a student at Killarney Secondary School.
He returned to the network the following year, starring in the 2009 film Spectacular!
as Tajid, alongside future Victorious co-star Victoria Justice.
, we don't know if Danny is a good guy or bad guy and if he was justified in killing his aunt. Jogia: We're going to see the guessing game go on a little further because it's not a light crime. So the audience really needs to get all the information, as [do] Jo and Lacey, before that decision is made.
We'll probably head in that direction in the second cycle.
He left school during the 10th grade in order to pursue acting full-time; at this point in time, Jogia had already amassed a number of small television credits.
Jogia has cited British actor Tim Curry as one of his early acting inspirations, particularly Curry's role as Long John Silver in the 1996 musical adventure comedy film, Muppet Treasure Island.
From 2009 to 2010, Jogia had a recurring role in the television series Caprica, a spin-off of Battlestar Galactica, on Syfy.
He had been cast in the role of Ben Stark in August 2008, with production of the series' pilot episode completed by the conclusion of that year.
[On Tuesday's episode], Danny takes it upon himself to try to bring everyone together when then they go to Connecticut to try to chase down the money note Jo found. He now has the missing necklace seen on Regina when she died.