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Jack Mercy

Jack Mercy was born on October 10, 1986 in Dallas, Texas, USA as Shafik Nabil Bahou. He is an actor, known for The Men Who Stare at Goats (2009), Corbin Nash (2018) and Halfway Home. See full bio »
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The Men Who Stare at Goats
Corbin Nash
Corbin Nash Vampire
CockTales Bartender


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 2018 Corbin Nash (completed)
Vampire (as Shafik N. Bahou)
 2017 CockTales (TV Series) (post-production)
- Simply Irresistible ... Bartender (as Shafik N. Bahou)
- My Fair Lady ... Bartender (as Shafik N. Bahou)
- The Panama Canal ... Bartender (as Shafik N. Bahou)
- The Baby Pegasus ... Bartender (as Shafik N. Bahou)
- The Paralyzing Kiss ... Bartender (as Shafik N. Bahou)
  Halfway Home (post-production)
Vinny (as Shafik N. Bahou)
 2016 Madam Secretary (TV Series)
HS Commander 1
- Render Safe (2016) ... HS Commander 1 (as Shafik Bahou)
 2011 Louie (TV Series)
- Moving (2011) ... Shai (as Shafik Bahou)
 2009 The Men Who Stare at Goats
Kidnapper #2 (as Shafik N. Bahou)

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Alternate Names:

Shafik N. Bahou | Shafik Bahou | Shafik Nabil


5' 11" (1.8 m)

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It's amazing how various environments can dictate a mood. A simple example, try writing your stream of conscious by computer. Then try writing your stream of conscious by sitting in a candle lit room, preferably with a desk facing a window, putting on classical music in the background, and writing with a calligraphy pen. You'll be amazed at what you come up with. See more »


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