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January 20, 1986
La Marsa, Tunisia
|Height||197 cm (6 ft 6 in)|
Hafedh Dakhlaoui is a French actor, born in La Marsa, Tunisia. Hafedh owes his unique appearance to his diverse origin and genealogical tree. In 2010 he moved to Monaco.
Early life[edit | edit source]
He took his first role, as well, getting cast to play a part in the French-Tunisian film, “Sarra Nadia,” by Moufida Tlatli. He relished in the role, soaked up all he could, and later left Tunisia for more opportunities in France.
Hafedh landed in Orleans then Paris then Monaco, which is where he was introduced to the Russian community for the first time. Russian history is steeped in literature, ballet, painting, and classical music. Hafedh was instantly engrossed and set about learning the language and absorbing as much of the culture as he could.
Hafedh later landed in Ibiza where he picked up Spanish, as well, and was recruited by a private security company leading him back to Monaco. From there, he began swimming for the Monaco national A team. He enjoyed living there as his work in security and investigation afforded him the opportunity to travel the world and develop skills he would later utilize.
Career[edit | edit source]
It was during a trip to Moscow in 2013, he encountered a Russian actor and producer who offered him a role in the action film "Black Rose",
After reconnecting with the world of film, Hafedh immediately resumed acting classes. He has since been an avid Shakespeare student with Patsy Rodenberg in New York, completed several Master Classes at the Howard Fine Studio in L.A and attend regular acting classes and role preparations with Mykel Shannon Jenkins.
Shortly after featuring in Black Rose, he was cast in the film, "Showdown in Manila" in 2016, which was produced by Marc Dacascos and shot in the Philippines.
Later that year Hafedh was cast in Andrzej Barkowiak's film, "Maximum Impact" (2016) followed by a role in "Wild League," directed by Art Camacho and Yuliya Perkul (2019)
Sports and other interests[edit | edit source]
Hafedh parent's, uncle, and brother were all professional swimmers, and the gift for athletics did not fall far from the proverbial family tree. Hafedh spent most of his youth in swimming pools participating in national and international competitions.
Hafedh enjoys travelling and continuously perfecting his language skills; but in his spare time, you can usually find him engaged in his favorite pursuits; skydiving, practicing Shakespeare, working out, training Capoeira or at the cinema.
His special skills include stage combat, firearm training, boxing, swimming, skydiving, weight training, horse riding, capoeira, and martial arts.
Selected notable roles:
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- IMDb Biography
- MonacoMatin about Hafedh Dakhlaoui
- 24euresnews about Hafedh Dakhlaoui
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