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Fawad Siddiqui is an American actor who portrayed a mosque imam in 24: Legacy.

Biography and career Edit

Fawad Siddiqui studied journalism at the University of Miami. He graduated with a degree in English and Communication. After that, Siddiqui worked as an assistant editor and reporting fellow for various publications. He has also worked as a freelancer for The Miami Herald, the Sun Sentinel, and other newspapers.

Siddiqui returned to Miami where he discovered improvisational theater through the Laughing Gas Theater Company. He studied improv at Chicago's ImprovOlympic and Second City theaters, as well as Orlando's SAK Comedy Lab and New York's PIT and Magnet Theaters. Siddiqui has also taught workshops on Improvisational Acting himself at Pakistan.

Siddiqui currently works as an actor and improv through the United States. He has appeared in TV shows like Army Wives, Burn Notice (with Assaf Cohen), Graceland (with Vanessa Ferlito), and Homeland (with Diego Klattenhoff and Maury Sterling). He also appeared in the films The Men Who Stare at Goats (with Stephen Root and Glenn Morshower) and Sunlight Jr.

Aside from acting, Siddiqui is also a cartoonist and musician.

24 credits Edit

Selected filmography Edit

  • Sunlight Jr. (2013)
  • Zombie Driftwood (2010)
  • The Men Who Stare at Goats (2009)

Television appearances

  • The Blacklist (2019)
  • Bloodline (2017)
  • Graceland (2014)
  • Damages (2011)
  • Army Wives (2011)
  • Burn Notice (2008)

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