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Naissance 9 avril 1984 (39 ans)

Arsher Ali is a British actor who rose to prominence after playing the role of Hassan Malik in the Chris Morris-directed comedy film Four Lions. His other roles include Adil 'A-Rab' Hussein in the comedy drama Beaver Falls, Waleed Ahmed in the Channel 4 drama Complicit, and Malik Suri in BBC drama The Missing.

He is also known for his theatre work, most notably as a regular lead performer at the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon.

Ali has been very vocal about the challenges faced by an ethnic actor in the industry and his continual fight against racial typecasting.

He is currently writing his first feature film.

Le plus souvent avec

Chris Morris
Chris Morris
(1 films)
Riz Ahmed
Riz Ahmed
(2 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmographie de Arsher Ali (7 films)

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Le Rituel
Le Rituel (2017)
, 1h34
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Thriller, Horreur
Thèmes Mythologie, Mythologie nordique
Acteurs Rafe Spall, Rob James-Collier, Sam Troughton, Arsher Ali, Matthew Needham
Rôle Phil
Note62% 3.149033.149033.149033.149033.14903
Cinq amis de longue date discutent de la destination de leurs prochaines vacances. Luke et Robert vont ensuite dans une épicerie de nuit acheter de l'alcool pendant que Phil, Dom et Hutch les attendent dans la rue. Mais un braquage est en cours dans le commerce et Robert est tué pendant que Luke demeure caché dans le magasin.
Complicit (2013)

Genres Drame
Thèmes Afrique post-coloniale, Espionnage, Le terrorisme
Acteurs David Oyelowo, Stephen Campbel Moore, Sebastian Armesto, Arsher Ali, Paul Ritter, Monica Dolan
Rôle Waleed Ahmed
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Edward Ekubo (David Oyelowo) is a case officer for the British Security Service, MI5. He is keeping Waleed Ahmed (Arsher Ali), a British citizen of Yemeni descent, under surveillance as he believes Ahmed has been radicalised and is planning a terrorist attack in the UK. However, his supervisor and head of section are sceptical due to the lack of solid evidence. Ekubo feels his instincts are ignored and his career prospects stifled because he is black and studied at Warwick University rather than Oxford or Cambridge.
All in Good Time, 1h33
Réalisé par Nigel Cole
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Comédie, Romance
Acteurs Reece Ritchie, Amara Karan, Harish Patel, Meera Syal, Arsher Ali, Christine Bottomley
Rôle Etash
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Atul (Reece Ritchie) and Vina (Amara Karan) are newly married and in love. But their marriage gets off to a slow start because they are living with Atul's parents in Bolton. Lack of privacy in the cramped household and Atul's overbearing father, Eeshwar (played by Harish Patel), prevent Atul and Vina to find a suitable time and place to consummate their marriage. At time goes by, word gets around and the young couple's relationship begins to fray. After Vina leaves Atul, Eeshwar is finally able to talk to Atul without judgment and tells him to bring Vina home. With the relationship repaired, Atul and Vina are finally able to consummate their marriage.
We Are Four Lions, 1h37
Réalisé par Chris Morris
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Drame, Comédie, Policier
Thèmes Religion, Le suicide, Le terrorisme, Religion musulmane
Acteurs Riz Ahmed, Alex Macqueen, Kayvan Novak, Kevin Eldon, Darren boyd, Adeel Akhtar
Rôle Hassan
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Il s'agit d'une satire mettant en scène quatre terroristes islamistes originaires du nord de l'Angleterre.
Britz (2007)
, 3h55
Réalisé par Peter Kosminsky
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Drame
Acteurs Riz Ahmed, Manjinder Virk, Zahra Ahmadi, Adrian Lukis, Paul Bhattacharjee, Preeya Kalidas
Rôle Matloob
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The story concerns two siblings, Sohail and Nasima Wahid, who have been brought up in Bradford, West Yorkshire, a city with a large British Pakistani population. Both are now students, Sohail studying law in London and Nasima studying medicine in Leeds. With new government anti-terrorism legislation being used against Muslims in the UK in the wake of the September 11 attacks in New York, Sohail and Nasima are drawn in radically different directions. Without telling any of his family or friends, Sohail becomes a member of MI5, while continuing his studies, in the belief that he hopes to help to stop terrorists before the situation deteriorates further. In doing so, he learns that some of his neighbours and childhood friends are politically militant. Nasima is trying to integrate into British society, attending medical school and even dates a black British man. When her family finds out they send her back to Pakistan for a forced arranged marriage. Her boyfriend follows her, where he is beaten severely and imprisoned by her extended Pakistani family and is only saved by Sohail's intervention. She had already planned to meet the head of a terrorist training camp, and these events lead her to make her decision. She leaves behind her personal belongings and the terrorist group fake her death using a local female. This means she no longer exists and gives her the perfect opportunity not to change her mind and carry out her intentions of a mass suicide bombing.