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      Marwan Kenzari

      Marwan Kenzari

      Highest Rated: 80% The Old Guard (2020)

      Lowest Rated: 15% The Mummy (2017)

      Birthday: Jan 16, 1983

      Birthplace: The Hague, Zuid-Holland, The Netherlands

      Adept at both highly physical roles and more finely calibrated dramatic work, Dutch actor Marwan Kenzari graduated quickly from features in his native country like the acclaimed "Wolf" (2013) to Hollywood projects like "Ben-Hur" (2016), "The Mummy" (2017) and "Aladdin" (2018). Born January 16, 1983 to Tunisian parents in The Hague in the Netherlands, he began acting as a teenager when a girlfriend signed him up to audition for a production of the musical "Chicago." Kenzari's feature film debut came in "Katia's Sister" (2008), a dark drama about immigrants in his native country, and he soon added recurring turns as a con artist on the Dutch police drama "Flikken Maastrict" (NPO, 2007- ) and as a young Moroccan man on a soul-searching road trip in "Rabat" (2011). Kenzari finally earned his breakout role as a Dutch-born kickboxer who falls in with organized crime elements in "Wolf" (2013). His turn, which required him to undergo 18 months of specialized training, won a Golden Calf for Best Actor from the Netherlands Film Festival, and brought Kenzari international attention. This, in turn, led to appearances in a slew of English-language projects, from modest action projects like "Collide" (2013), with Ben Kingsley and Anthony Hopkins, to epic adventures "Ben-Hur" (2016), which cast him as the Roman officer Druses, and "The Promise" (2016), with Oscar Isaac and Christian Bale. There were also turns as a member of a secret society charged with investigating supernatural occurrences in "The Mummy" (2016) and as an agent for a dystopian future society in "What Happened to Monday" (Netflix, 2017). The latter year proved to be one of the most high-profile periods in his career, with a supporting turn as a train conductor caught in a baffling mystery in Kenneth Branagh's "Murder on the Orient Express" (2017) and the announcement that he would play the wicked magician Jafar in a live-action take on "Aladdin" (2018) for director Guy Ritchie and Walt Disney Pictures.

      Highest rated movies

      The Old Guard poster The Old Guard Instinct poster
      The East poster The East Wolf poster
      The Angel poster The Angel Murder on the Orient Express poster Murder on the Orient Express What Happened to Monday poster What Happened to Monday Aladdin poster Aladdin




      38% 88% Black Adam Ishmael/Sabbac/King Ahk-Ton (Character) $168.1M 2022
      73% 53% The East Raymond Westerling (Character) $46 2020
      80% 70% The Old Guard Joe (Character) - 2020
      57% 94% Aladdin Jafar (Character) $355.6M 2019
      80% 82% Instinct Idris (Character) - 2019
      69% 62% The Angel Ashraf Marwan (Character) - 2018
      59% 67% What Happened to Monday Unknown (Character) - 2017
      61% 54% Murder on the Orient Express Pierre Michel (Character) $101.5M 2017
      15% 35% The Mummy Malik (Character) $80.1M 2017
      51% 92% The Promise Emre Ogan (Character) $8.0M 2016
      24% 35% Collide Matthias (Character) $2.2M 2016
      25% 52% Ben-Hur Druses (Character) $26.4M 2016
      No Score Yet 69% Accused Det. Ron Leeflang (Character) - 2014
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Reckless Rico (Character) - 2014
      71% 69% Wolf Majid (Character) - 2013
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Loft Tom Fenneker (Character) - 2010