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Haaz Sleiman is a Actor American born on 1 july 1976 at Beirut (Liban)

Haaz Sleiman

Haaz Sleiman
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Birth name Haaz Sleiman
Nationality USA
Birth 1 july 1976 (44 years) at Beirut (Liban)

Haaz Sleiman (in Arabic هاز سليمان) is a Lebanese-American television and film actor. He most notably played the role of Tarek in the 2007 film The Visitor and the role of Jesus in the American TV mini-series Killing Jesus in addition to a number of American TV series.

Best films

The Visitor (2007)
(Actor)

Usually with

Paul Weitz
Paul Weitz
(1 films)
Tom McCarthy
Tom McCarthy
(1 films)
Sayed Badreya
Sayed Badreya
(1 films)
Tony Shalhoub
Tony Shalhoub
(1 films)
Sam Golzari
Sam Golzari
(2 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Haaz Sleiman (5 films)

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Eternals
Eternals (2021)

Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Fantasy, Action, Adventure
Themes Superhero films, Super-héros inspiré de comics, Children's films
Actors Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden, Kumail Nanjiani, Lauren Ridloff, Salma Hayek, Ma Dong-seok
Roles Phastos’ Husband

Les Éternels sont une branche de l'espèce humaine créés par les Célestes, pour protéger la Terre d'autres humains, les Déviants.
AmericanEast
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Films based on the September 11 attacks, Films about terrorism, Disaster films, Films about hijackings
Actors Tony Shalhoub, Sayed Badreya, Sammy Sheik, Sarah Shahi, Christopher Carley, Tim Guinee
Roles The Angry Customer
Rating63% 3.1947153.1947153.1947153.1947153.194715
Mustafa (Sayed Badreya) is a widowed Egyptian immigrant and the owner of Habibe's Café, a popular hangout in Los Angeles for those with Middle Eastern backgrounds. He is devoted to providing his son, Richard Chagoury, with a moral upbringing despite the pressures of contemporary American urban life. He also finds himself cast in the role of protector to his unwed sister Salwah (Sarah Shahi), for whom, by family and tribal custom, he is responsible for finding a traditional suitor. But his respect for tradition comes up against his own aspirations to adapt to the American Dream when he decides to open a new restaurant with a Jewish partner – his friend Sam (Tony Shalhoub). This unholy alliance is unpopular amongst the habitués of his café and the insular Arab community in which Mustafa resides. It is one of several personal points of tension that gradually build against the backdrop of larger, national events affecting the Arab-American community and lead to the explosive denouement of the story.
The Visitor, 1h44
Directed by Tom McCarthy
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy-drama, Musical, Crime
Themes Films about alcoholism, Films about immigration, La précarité
Actors Richard Jenkins, Haaz Sleiman, Danai Gurira, Hiam Abbass, Richard Kind, Marian Seldes
Roles Tarek Khalil
Rating75% 3.798493.798493.798493.798493.79849
Walter Vale (Richard Jenkins) is a widowed Connecticut College economics professor who lives a fairly solitary existence. He fills his days by sometimes taking piano lessons in an effort to emulate his late wife, a classical concert pianist, and infrequently works on a new book. When he is asked to present a paper at an academic conference at New York University, he is not enthusiastic to make the trip, given he is only the nominal co-author and has never even read the complete work. Charles (Michael Cumpsty), his department head, insists and Walter is forced to attend.
American Dreamz, 1h47
Directed by Paul Weitz
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Musical theatre, Musical
Themes Films about music and musicians, Films about television, Musical films, La téléréalité, Political films
Actors Hugh Grant, Dennis Quaid, Marcia Gay Harden, Willem Dafoe, Mandy Moore, Sam Golzari
Roles Mujeheddin Captain
Rating53% 2.698742.698742.698742.698742.69874
On the morning after his re-election, US President Joseph Staton (Dennis Quaid) decides to read the newspaper for the first time in four years. This starts him down a slippery slope. He begins reading obsessively, reexamining his "black-and-white" view of the world in a more "gray-seeming" way, and holing up in his bedroom in his pajamas. Frightened by the President's apparent nervous breakdown, his Chief of Staff (Willem Dafoe) pushes him back into the spotlight, booking him as a guest judge on the television ratings juggernaut (and the President's personal favorite), the weekly talent show American Dreamz, a show similar in format to the modern-day American Idol. America cannot seem to get enough of American Dreamz, hosted by self-aggrandizing, self-loathing Martin Tweed (Hugh Grant), ever on the lookout for the next insta-celebrity. His latest crop of hopefuls includes Sally Kendoo (Mandy Moore), a conniving steel magnolia with a devoted, dopey veteran boyfriend William Williams (Chris Klein), and Omer Obeidi (Sam Golzari).