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Zaraah Abrahams est une Actrice Britannique née le 27 mars 1987 à Londres (Royaume-uni)

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Nom de naissance Zaraah Clover Abrahams
Nationalité Royaume-uni
Naissance 27 mars 1987 (32 ans) à Londres (Royaume-uni)

Zaraah Clover Abrahams (born 27 March 1987) is an English actress. She is best known for playing Michaela White in the BBC school drama Waterloo Road from 2007–10, Joanne Jackson in the ITV soap opera Coronation Street from 2005–07 and for being a contestant in the third series of the ITV talent show Dancing on Ice and returned as a contestant for the last series in 2014.

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Spike Lee
Spike Lee
(1 films)
Bronson Webb
Bronson Webb
(1 films)
Louisa Lytton
Louisa Lytton
(1 films)
Bill Gunn
Bill Gunn
(1 films)
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Filmographie de Zaraah Abrahams (2 films)

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Da Sweet Blood of Jesus, 2h3
Réalisé par Spike Lee
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Thriller, Comédie, Comédie horrifique, Comédie romantique, Romance
Thèmes Sexualité, Comédie horrifique, LGBT, Lesbianisme
Acteurs Michael K.Williams, Felicia Pearson, Zaraah Abrahams, Rami Malek, Thomas Jefferson Byrd
Rôle Ganja Hightower
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Le réalisateur Spike Lee décrit son film : « Human beings who are addicted to Blood. Funny, Sexy and Bloody. A new kind of love story (and not a remake of Blacula). » (« Des êtres humains addicts au sang. Drôle, sexy et sanguinolent. Un nouveau genre d'histoire d'amour (et non un remake de Blacula »).
Payback Season, 1h28
Origine Royaume-uni
Acteurs Adam Deacon, Nichola Burley, Anna Popplewell, Zaraah Abrahams, Bronson Webb, Alex Esmail
Rôle Clarissa

Jerome (Adam Deacon), is a successful young footballer, who in the midst of playing the most important season of his career. When he goes to visit his mom on the housing estate he grew up on, he accidentally bumps into some of his old childhood friends, lead by drug dealing loanshark and gangster Baron (David Ajala). Jerome offers to take the lads on a night out - but Baron, living in jealousy of Jerome's success, takes advantage of the situation and asks him for £10,000 to tide over his cashflow problem. Jerome agrees to give him the money, but no sooner does he do so, he finds that Baron has enlisted his younger brother Aaron (Liam Donnelly) to help him on a hit. When he confronts Baron, Baron informs him that in order to keep his brother safe, he will need to stump up another £10,000. Not realising that he is being blackmailed, Jerome agrees. A week later, Baron threatens him for more money. Realising that he is being taken for a mug, he enlists the help of his trainer Andy (Leo Gregory) to inform Baron that he won't be getting any more money. However, the warning soon backfires on Jerome when Baron trashes his car and attacks Andy with a knife, leaving him in intensive care. With no choice but to put a stop to Baron, Jerome arrives at his flat to confront him, only to be stabbed in the leg by Baron in the process. With time slowly running out, the arrival of one of Baron's heavies stops a fight between the two. Baron orders him to shoot Jerome, only for him to shoot Baron before running away. Jerome is left on the floor, breathing heavily.