Nadim Sawalha

Total Box Office:
 $88.4M
Highest Rated:
90% A Touch of Class (1973)
Lowest Rated:
16% Son of the Pink Panther (1993)
Birthday:
Not Available
Birthplace:
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Bio:
Supporting actor Nadim Sawalha has worked steadily on British television and in feature films since his screen debut playing a small role in A Touch of Class (1973). Born in India, Sawalha has spent his entire career in English-language films and is usually cast as excitable service people in shops,…

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Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
68% West Is West
  • Sufi Pir Naseem
-- 2011
88% Journey to Mecca
  • Actor
-- 2009
76% Captain Abu Raed
  • Abu Raed
-- 2007
Whatever Lola Wants
  • Actor
-- 2007
38% The Nativity Story
  • Melchior
$37.6M 2006
72% Syriana
  • Emir Hamad Al-Subaai
$50.8M 2005
16% Son of the Pink Panther
  • Lugash Agent
-- 1993
The Hawk
  • Bahnu
-- 1993
Company Business
  • Faisal
-- 1991
67% Pascali's Island
  • Pasha
-- 1988
26% Ishtar
  • Rag Shop Owner
-- 1987
Lionheart: The Children's Crusade
  • Selim
-- 1987
75% The Living Daylights
  • Chief of Security Tangier
-- 1987
60% Half Moon Street
  • Karim Hatami
-- 1986
Knights And Emeralds
  • Bindu
-- 1986
65% Young Sherlock Holmes
  • Egyptian Tavern Owner
-- 1985
Misunderstood
  • Ahmed
-- 1984
Sphinx
  • Gamal
-- 1981
The Awakening
  • Dr. El Sadek
-- 1980
63% Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger
  • Hassan
-- 1977
78% The Spy Who Loved Me
  • Fekkesh
-- 1977
73% The Wind and the Lion
  • Sherif
-- 1975
88% The Return of the Pink Panther
  • Museum Guide
-- 1975
Gold
  • Actor
-- 1974
50% Shaft in Africa
  • Zubair
-- 1973
90% A Touch of Class
  • Night Hotel Manager
-- 1973

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Quotes from Nadim Sawalha's Characters

    1. Sherif: Great Raisuli, we have lost everything. All is drifting on the wind as you said. We have lost everything.
    2. Raisuli the Magnificent: Sherif, is there not one thing in your life that is worth losing everything for?
    From The Wind and the Lion. Submitted by Peter W (2 years ago)
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