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Nationality  Swedish
Name  Fares Fares
Occupation  Actor
Role  Actor
Years active  2000–present
Parents  Mariam Fares, Jan Fares
Relatives  Josef Fares (brother)

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Born  29 April 1973 (age 42) (1973-04-29) Beirut, Lebanon
Siblings  Josef Fares, Michael Fares, Caroline Fares
Awards  Robert Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Nominations  Bodil Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Movies and TV shows  The Keeper of Lost Cau, The Absent One, Child 44, Safe House, Tyrant
Similar People  Josef Fares, Mikkel Norgaard, Daniel Espinosa, Torkel Petersson, Jussi Adler‑Olsen

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Fares Fares (born 29 April 1973) is a Swedish-Lebanese actor.

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Early life

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Fares was born in Beirut, Lebanon. His younger brother is director Josef Fares, and he has four sisters. In 1987, when Fares was 14 years old, his family moved to Sweden, residing in Örebro. They moved to escape the Lebanese Civil War and chose Sweden because they had relatives who had already lived there. Fares says he learned Swedish within three months of living in Sweden.

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From the age of 15, Fares acted in a local theater group in Örebro. When he was 19, he attended drama school in Mölndal in Gothenburg, Sweden. He spent six years working in the Theatre Tamauer.

Film

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Fares has played major parts in his brother, director Josef Fares' films, including his debut acting performance in 2000's Jalla! Jalla! and 2003's Kopps. He starred in Bang Bang Orangutang (2005) and Kill Your Darlings (2006).

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In 2010, Fares starred in the Swedish crime thriller Easy Money with Joel Kinnaman. The film was critically acclaimed and was picked up for American distribution by Harvey Weinstein. In 2012, Fares made his Hollywood debut in the Denzel Washington movie Safe House. He played CIA officer Hakim in Zero Dark Thirty. Fares had a role in Child 44 (2014) with Tom Hardy and Gary Oldman. Fares played Senator Vaspar in the popular Star Wars franchise movie Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016).

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For 2013's Kvinden i buret (English title: The Keeper of Lost Causes), which was set in Denmark, Fares learned to speak Danish. Keeper of Lost Causes is based on a novel by Jussi Adler-Olsen, the first of four features based on his Department Q novels. Fares and Nikolaj Lie Kaas will appear in all four films. Keeper of Lost Causes was Denmark's top film of 2013. Fasandræberne (English title: The Absent One) is the second film in the series. It also broke Danish film grosses, setting new records. The third film in the series, A Conspiracy of Faith (Flaskepost fra P), premiered in Denmark in March 2016 and in the US in June.

Television

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In 2014, Fares portrayed Fauzi Nadal in the TV show, Tyrant, on the FX Network. Tyrant was renewed for a second season, which began airing in the summer of 2015, and a third season in summer 2016.

Theater

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  • 1996: Samuel Beckett's I väntan på Godot (Waiting for Godot) at Teater Tamauer, Sweden
  • 2000: Dom directed by Jasenko Selimovic with Torkel Petersson at Göteborgs Stadsteater, Sweden
  • 2000: Natten före skogarna at Teater Tamauer, Sweden
  • 2001: Tillbaka till öknen at the Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm, Sweden
  • 2002: Köket at Göteborgs Stadsteater, Sweden
  • 2003: Brott, hemtjänst, straffpengar, pensionärsmord at Backstage, Sweden
  • 2003: Den arabiska natten at Backstage, Sweden
  • Other work

  • Fares appears in two music videos for Lykke Li; 2011 single, "I Follow Rivers", directed by Tarik Saleh and 2014 album teaser, "I Never Learn"
  • Appeared in Daniel Lemma's music video "If I Used To Love You" with Torkel Pettterson
  • 2011: TV commercial for Tanqueray "Tonight We Tanqueray" - Actor - the bartender
  • 2012: Short film, sponsored by Maiyet called Sleepwalking In the Rift, directed by Cary Fukunaga
  • 2018: Plays Leo in the video game A Way Out
  • Personal life

    Fares says he spends his time in both Stockholm, Sweden and Los Angeles, California.

    References

    Fares Fares Wikipedia


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