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Wali Razaqi

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Occupation  Film producer, actor
Siblings  Ellyas Razaqi
Children  Ahmad Jack Razaqi
Role  Film producer
Name  Wali Razaqi

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Born  January 25, 1979 (age 36) (1979-01-25) Kabul, Afghanistan, Afghanistan
Spouse  Emily Card Razaqi (m. 2000)
Movies  September Tapes, Your Name Here, Crush(ed), Torture Room
Similar People  George Calil, Christian Johnston, Eric Forsberg, Matthew Rhodes, Eben Kostbar

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Wali Razaqi (born January 25, 1979) is an American film producer and actor. He is of Afghan descent. He is the founder of Raz Entertainment, a film and television production company.

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At age 21, Wali Razaqi and produced his first feature film In the Wrong Hands (2002). The action comedy screened theatrically in ten cities across the US and Canada.

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His next feature film, September Tapes (2004) premiered and sold at the Sundance Film Festival, receiving critical response.

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After having his films screened in over 30 festivals worldwide – including Cannes Film Festival and Toronto International Film Festival – Razaqi went on to produce the feature films Crushed (2009) & Your Name Here (2008), a biopic which premiered at the 10th Annual CineVegas Film Festival and stars Bill Pullman and Traci Lords.

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He recently finished filming in St. Petersburg, Russia and Nevada for Mario Van Peebles' action thriller Kerosene Cowboys, starring alongside Cam Gigandet, Rachael Leigh Cook, and Shane West. He is also the creator and producer of "The Michael Vick Project," an eight-part docu-series TV show due to air on BET in early 2010.

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