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Mohammed Chaara

Mohammed Chaara
Born Mohammed Chaara
(1980-08-16) 16 August 1980 (age 33)
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Occupation Actor
Years active 1996–

Mohammed Chaara (born 16 August 1980 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands)[1] is a Moroccan-Dutch television and film actor.[2] Chaara started his career in soap opera Goudkust as "Samir" and is best known for his appearances in films Hush Hush Baby and Schnitzel Paradise.[2] Chaara is a Muslim.[2]

Films

Television

  • 2000-2001 Goudkust (Goldcoast)
  • 2001 Spangen
  • 2002 Hartslag I (Heartbeat I)
  • 2003 Hartslag II (Heartbeat II)
  • 2004 Missie Warmoestraat (Mission Warmoestraat)
  • 2005 Baantjer
  • 2005 Alex FM
  • 2006-2007 Shouf Shouf! de serie deel I (Hush Hush the series part I)
  • 2007 Shouf Shouf! de serie deel II (Hush Hush the series part II)
  • 2009 Shouf Shouf! de serie deel III (Hush Hush the series part III)

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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