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'''Shaun Majumder''' portrayed [[Hasan Numair]] during [[Season 6]] of ''[[24]]'' . Majumder is a Canadian actor and comedian.
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'''Shaun Majumder''' {{born|January|1|1972}} portrayed [[Hasan Numair]] during [[Season 6]] of ''[[24]]''. Majumder is a Canadian actor and comedian.
   
== Selected filmography ==
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== Biography and career ==
   
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Shaun Majumder was born in Burlington, Newfoundland and Labrador, to an European-Canadian mother from Newfoundland and a Bengali Hindu Indian father, originally from West Bengal.
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Majumder has worked as a host, comedian, and actor since the late 90's. Some of the shows in which he has appeared are ''Once a Thief'' (with [[Sandrine Holt]]), ''Unhitched'' (with [[Ray Laska]]), ''Less than Kind'', ''Detroit 1-8-7'', and ''The Firm'' (with [[Callum Keith Rennie]]).
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Aside of his TV work, Majumder has appeared in films like ''Pushing Tin'', ''The Ladies Man'', ''Purpose'', ''Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle'' (with [[Kal Penn]]), and ''Bob Funk''.
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== ''24'' credits ==
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* {{ep|6x03}}
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* {{ep|6x04}}
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== Selected filmography ==
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* ''Bob Funk'' (2009)
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* ''I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry'' (2007)
 
* ''Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle'' (2004)
 
* ''Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle'' (2004)
 
* ''Purpose'' (2002)
 
* ''Purpose'' (2002)
   
=== Television appearances ===
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'''Television appearances'''
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* ''Addison'' (2018)
* "Unhitched" (2008)
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* ''This Hour Has 22 Minutes'' (2003-2017)
* "Robson Arms" (2005)
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* ''Republic of Doyle'' (2010, 2014)
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* ''Satisfaction'' (2013)
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* ''The Firm'' (2012)
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* ''Detroit 1-8-7'' (2010-2011)
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* ''Less Than Kind'' (2008-2010)
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* ''Robson Arms'' (2008)
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* ''Unhitched'' (2008)
   
 
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* [http://shaunmajumder.com/ Official website]
 
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Shaun Majumder (born January 1, 1972; age 48) portrayed Hasan Numair during Season 6 of 24. Majumder is a Canadian actor and comedian.

Biography and career Edit

Shaun Majumder was born in Burlington, Newfoundland and Labrador, to an European-Canadian mother from Newfoundland and a Bengali Hindu Indian father, originally from West Bengal.

Majumder has worked as a host, comedian, and actor since the late 90's. Some of the shows in which he has appeared are Once a Thief (with Sandrine Holt), Unhitched (with Ray Laska), Less than Kind, Detroit 1-8-7, and The Firm (with Callum Keith Rennie).

Aside of his TV work, Majumder has appeared in films like Pushing Tin, The Ladies Man, Purpose, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (with Kal Penn), and Bob Funk.

24 credits Edit

Selected filmography Edit

  • Bob Funk (2009)
  • I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry (2007)
  • Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (2004)
  • Purpose (2002)

Television appearances

  • Addison (2018)
  • This Hour Has 22 Minutes (2003-2017)
  • Republic of Doyle (2010, 2014)
  • Satisfaction (2013)
  • The Firm (2012)
  • Detroit 1-8-7 (2010-2011)
  • Less Than Kind (2008-2010)
  • Robson Arms (2008)
  • Unhitched (2008)

External links Edit

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