Leading Arab male actors

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Saïd Taghmaoui
Saïd Taghmaoui was born July 19th 1973 in Villepinte, Seine-Saint-Denis, France, to Moroccan immigrant parents. He has 9 siblings. He dropped out of school at a young age and became a boxer; at one point ranking number 2 in France in his category. He met Mathieu Kassovitz with whom he co-wrote the 1995 French film "La Haine" which won the Best Director award in Cannes...
 
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Anas El Baz
Actor, Casanegra
Anas El Baz was born in Rabat to a leading Moroccan Economist father and a teacher mother. In 2003, he entered the prestigious "Cours Florent" and started a four years training with Mélissa Broutin, Christian Croset, George Becot and Helene Marthy. El Baz earned critical notice for his starring role in "CasaNegra"...
 
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Kal Naga
Actor, Tyrant
Kal Naga (aka: Khaled Abol Naga) is a heart-throb pan-Arab Egyptian star and one of the new wave cinema generation making International groundbreaking and Award winning Egyptian & Arab Cinema. He is a multi-Award winning Actor/Producer of feature films in the region, originally from Egypt, as an actor he collected numerous Best Actor awards from Egypt...
 
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Assaad Bouab
Assaad was born in July 1980 in Aurillac (France). His mother is French, and his father is Moroccan. He grew up in Rabat ( Morocco ) and, in 1998 he left his home town and familly to go to Paris and start acting lessons in " Le Cours Florent ". In 2006, Assaad graduated from the prestigious National Conservatory of Paris...
 
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Peter Macdissi
Actor, The Losers
Born in Beirut, Lebanon, of Lebanese and Armenian heritage, Macdissi graduated from the Institut De Beaux Arts before moving to Europe. After relocating to the US at the age of 22, he enrolled in the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute in Los Angles. In addition to his acting skills Macdissi speaks French...
 
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Sayed Badreya
Actor, Iron Man
Egyptian-born filmmaker and actor Sayed Badreya realized a childhood dream by winning roles in major Hollywood films such as The Insider, Three Kings, and Independence Day. Growing up in poverty in Port Said, Sayed Badreya's dreams of movie stardom looked as bleak as the prospect of peace in the Middle East...