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سامر بشارات


ParametersSamer Bisharat ([[Arabic: سامر بشارات, born in 1996) is a Palestinian actor. He is best known for his work in the series [[The Looming Tower (miniseries)|The Looming Tower and the [[Academy Awards|Academy award nominated film for Best Foreign Language Film of the Year 2014, [[Omar (film)|Omar.[1]

Biography and Career

Samer was born in [[Nazareth in 1996. In his youth he practiced playing musical instruments, especially the [[oud, a skill that he later used in the film [[Omar (film)|Omar. During high school, Samer started his acting career, his first role was in the short film Tormus, produced by [[Sam Spiegel Film & Television School in [[Jerusalem. Later he got a role in [[Hany Abu-Assad's coming-of-age, romance and thriller film, Omar. The film was nominated for the [[Academy Awards|Academy award for Best Foreign Language Film of the Year 2014.[2] His next role came in the critically acclaimed TV-series [[Fauda.[3]

Samer pursuit to obtain a degree in acting by enrolling in the [[New York Film Academy in [[Los Angeles|Los Angles in 2015 until 2018. During his studies, he worked in several TV productions, such as [[The Looming Tower (miniseries)|The Looming Tower and [[The State (2017 TV series)|The State.


year Title Role notes
2020 [[A Gaza Weekend Samer Filming[4]
2020 [[Huda's Salon Said Filming[5]
2018 [[The Looming Tower (miniseries)|The Looming Tower Khallad TV Mini-Series
2017 [[The State (2017 TV series)|The State Abu Sahl TV Mini-Series
2017 My Cousin Ali Short Film
2016 Dear Enemy Bitter Friend Qassem Short Film
2016 Sound of Love Waleed Short Film
2016 The Cop's Son Jawad Short Film
2016 Secret Believers Behnam TV Movie documentary
2016 [[The Aquatic Effect Ibrahim Zaid Film
2015 [[Fauda Bashir Hamed TV Series
2013 [[Omar (film)|Omar Amjad Film
2013 Tormus Short Film

External links


  1. Staff, By CNN. "2014 Oscars: The nominees' list". CNN. Retrieved 2020-09-12. {{cite web}}: |first= has generic name (help)
  2. "Omar, film review: Hany Abu-Assad's Oscar-nominated thriller is shot". The Independent. 2014-05-29. Retrieved 2020-09-12.
  3. Hale, Mike (2018-05-23). "Review: 'Fauda' Returns on Netflix, Guns Blazing". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2020-09-12.
  4. "Coronavirus epidemic turns Gaza script into reality". ynetnews. 2020-04-06. Retrieved 2020-09-12.
  5. GOODFELLOW, MELANIE. "Hany Abu-Assad eyeing mid-July restart for Huda's Salon".{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)

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