Biography and career Edit
Acloque was born and raised in Paris, France. He is of Corsican and Algerian descent and speaks fluent English, Arabic, and Spanish. Acloque moved to London in 2012 and graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.
Acloque started his career appearing in several short films and plays like The Ivory Year, Pushaway, and Le Vol des Cigognes. He has also appeared in films like The Danish Girl, Allied, and Mission: Impossible - Fallout.
Aside from films, Acloque starred in the 2016 BBC series The Secret Agent, opposite Toby Jones. In 2018, he had a recurring role in two episodes of Knightfall. Acloque is perhaps best known for his recurring role as Haitham El-Amin, a closeted Muslim professor, in FX's Tyrant (2016-2017), created by Howard Gordon and also starring Leslie Hope and Erick Hayden.
Role on 24 Edit
Acloque played the role of Jadalla Bin-Khalid during 24: Legacy. Jadalla, or "Jad," is the son of the deceased Ibrahim Bin-Khalid, a bookish university student who has taken up his father's jihadist campaign. Acloque's casting was announced on October 24, 2016. He was credited as part of the main cast, and appeared in 10 of 12 episodes.
24 credits Edit
Selected filmography Edit
- Mission: Impossible - Fallout (2018)
- Allied (2016)
- Burnt (2015)
- The Danish Girl (2015)
- Knightfall (2017)
- Humans (2016)
- Tyrant (2016)
- The Secret Agent (2016)
- Versailles (2015)
- Raphael Acloque on Hamilton Hodell