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Amin Nazemzadeh (born March 1, 1982; age 38) played Naji during Season 4 of 24. Some time following his work on 24, he changed his name to Dominic Rains. He is the brother of Ethan Rains.

Biography and career Edit

Amin Nazemzadeh was born in Tehran, Iran. His brother is actor Iman Nazemzadeh (known now as Ethan Rains), who also appeared in 24. Amin's family moved to London, England when he was a small child, and then to Dallas, Texas, where he was raised.

Amin began his acting career in 2003, appearing in the TV film Saving Jessica Lynch (with Navid Negahban). After that, he has appeared in TV shows like LAX (with Frank John Hughes), E-Ring (with his brother Iman, Benjamin Bratt and Dennis Hopper), NCIS (with Pauley Perrette), Cane, and FlashForward (with Michael Massee and Ravi Kapoor). Amin also had a recurring role in both General Hospital, and its spin-off, General Hospital: Night Shift.

Aside of TV, Amin has also appeared in films like Captain America: The Winter Soldier (again with his brother Iman, Alan Dale, Salvator Xuereb, Adetokumboh M'Cormack, Pat Healy, and Steven Culp), Outbreak, Poet's War (with Maurice Compte), Countering Extremism (also with Negahban), and Mind of the Warrior.

In 2014, Amin had a guest role on TNT's Legends, which is developed by Howard Gordon. The episode he appeared in was directed by Brad Turner, and also featured a guest appearance by Necar Zadegan.

24 credits Edit

Selected filmography Edit

  • Draupadi Unleashed (2019)
  • The Institute (2017)
  • Funeral Day (2016)
  • How to Be a Gangster in America (2015)
  • Jinn (2014)
  • The Taqwacores (2010)
  • Mask of the Ninja (2008)
  • Flight 93 (2006)
  • Saving Jessica Lynch (2003)

Television appearances

  • Chicago Med (2019-2020)
  • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2017-2018)
  • Psycles (2017)
  • Powers (2016)
  • Legends (2014)
  • Single Ladies (2012)
  • Burn Notice (2012)
  • FlashForward (2009-2010)
  • General Hospital (2007-2008)
  • Cane (2007)
  • General Hospital: Night Shift (2007)
  • NCIS (2007)
  • Courting Alex (2006)
  • E-Ring (2006)
  • LAX (2004-2005)

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