Fares Fares (born April 29, 1973) is a Swedish-Lebanese actor of Assyrian descent. He appeared in comedies and action movies. He has acted in theater and television productions.
|Date of birth||April 29, 1973|
|Place of birth||Beirut, Lebanon|
|Marry||Fares by Clara Hallencreutz|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.86 m)|
|Net value||$2 million|
Fares was born in Beirut, Lebanon. Josef Fares, his younger brother, is a director and he has four sisters. Fares’ family moved to Sweden in 1987, when he was 14, and settled in Rebro. They moved to Sweden to escape the Lebanese Civil War because they had relatives already living there.
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He attended Wendelsberg Theater School in Mölnlycke, Sweden, when he was 19. He worked at the Tamauer Theater for six years.
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Fares started acting in a local theater group in Rebro when he was 15 years old.
Fares appeared in several films directed by his brother, Josef Fares, including his debut in Jalla! Jalla! in 2000 and Kopps in 2003. He appeared in the films Bang Bang Orangutang (2005) and Kill Your Darlings (2006). (2006).
Fares starred in the Swedish crime thriller Easy Money with Joel Kinnaman in 2010. Harvey Weinstein picked up the film for American distribution to critical acclaim.
Fares made his Hollywood debut in Denzel Washington’s 2012 film Safe House. In Zero Dark Thirty, he played CIA officer Hakim. Fares appeared in Child 44 (2014) alongside Tom Hardy and Gary Oldman. Fares starred as Senator Vaspar in the movie Star Wars Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016).
Fares portrayed Fauzi Nadal in the FX Network television series Tyrant in 2014. Tyrant was renewed for a second season, which premiered in summer 2015, as well as a third season in summer 2016. Fares appeared in the hit HBO series Westworld and Chernobyl in 2018-2019. He played the Dark One in The Wheel of Time in 2021.
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Fares Fares is married to Clara Hallencreutz Fares. She’s a Swedish artist. They got married in 2020.
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Fares Fares has an estimated net worth of $2 million. He made his Hollywood debut in Denzel Washington’s 2012 film Safe House.