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Leo Solomon
Leo Solomon is an actor with residency in both New York City and Los Angeles. His credits include recurring as a guest star on Veep (HBO) and Homeland (Showtime), and guest starring on many other major network shows, notably, Blue Bloods (CBS), NCIS (CBS), and Lie to Me (FOX). Leo has also been a lead character on 6 feature films, one of which landed him his first acting award, "Best Breakthrough Performance" at Monaco Film Festival for drama. Leo earned his second acting award for comedy in the "Best Ensemble Cast in a Comedy."

 

 

 

 

 

Wali Habib is a first generation Aghan-American who first developed his art by playing Tabla, a culturally prominent folk instrument of Afghanistan. Fluent in Farsi and Islamic Studies, Wali has accomplished many projects that required such skills. Most notably, he voiced Farsi dialogue on "12 Strong, "a major motion picture starring Chris Hemsworth. Currently Wali is finalizing his Master's in Islamic Studies and Guest Stars on Chuck Lorre's new sitcom, United States of Al, that showcases a troubled Marine and his Afghan interpreter.
Wali Habib
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My name is Nas Mehdi, Nas is short for Nasir. I was born and raised in Dallas, TX. I've been acting since junior high and professionally for the past twelve years. A little background on my Afghani heritage: My parents are immigrants from Bhopal, India, MP, where there is a large Afghani Muslim Community. Our family has Pashtun and Turkish origins, our forefathers settled in central India around the end of the Mughal Empire's reign in India.
Nas Mehdi
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Yousof Sultani
Yousof Sultani was born and raised in Northern Virginia. He graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a BFA in Performance. While in school, Yousof performed as "Aaron the Moor" in Titus Andronicus, as "Valere" in La Bete, and "Dr. Seward" in Dracula. He also performed in Richmond Shakespeare Festival at Agecroft Hall inHenry V and also the Richmond's main stage production of Amadeus. His favorite role so far was performing as "Hamlet" at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in D.C. through TEXT ALIVE!