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Haaz Slieman stars in National Geographic Channel's original movie "Killing Jesus" in the title role. He also recently starred as Mo-Mo on Showtime's dark comedy, "Nurse Jackie."

Haaz Sleiman stars as Tarek in award-winning filmmaker Thomas McCarthy's ("The Station Agent") film, "The Visitor." Both the film and Sleiman garnered critical acclaim at the 2007 Toronto Film Festival, and the movie made its American debut at Sundance '08.

Sleiman was more recently seen in "Highland Park," alongside
Haaz Sleiman in "Nurse Jackie"
Haaz Sleiman Nurse Jackie
Billy Burke, Danny Glover, and Parker Posey, and "Dorfman in Love" with Sara Rue, Scott Wilson and Elliott Gould. In 2006, Sleiman completed the indie film "AmericanEast," directed by Hesham Issawi and written by Sayed Badreya and Issawi. Sleiman co-stars in this film about a family man (Badreya) who opens a Middle Eastern restaurant with his Jewish best friend (played by "Monk" star and three-time Emmy winner Tony Shalhoub).

Sleiman also co-stars in the Universal feature "American Dreamz," directed by Paul Weitz ("American Pie," "In Good Company") with Hugh Grant, Dennis Quaid, Marcia Gay Harden and Willem Dafoe. Other film credits include "Offside: The Price of Dreams," directed by Erik Laibe, where he played a hit man; "The Ski Trip," helmed by Maurice Jamal; and "What Goes Around," directed by Korna Stonz, where he played an ethnically mixed drug dealer from Brooklyn.

On television, Haaz Sleiman has had recurring roles in USA Network's "Covert Affairs," as Khalid Ansari, Showtime's "Nurse Jackie," as Mohammed "Mo-Mo" De La Cruz, and FOX's thriller "24" as a detained terrorism suspect. Sleiman has also guest starred on such shows as "Reckless," "Person of Interest," "The Good Wife," "Blue Bloods," "Beauty and the Beast," "CSI: Miami," "Nikita," "Veronica Mars," "NCIS," and "ER," as an American soldier in Iraq. He was cast in a recurring role for the CBS pilot "Company Town," where he played an influential Arab billionaire pursued by government agents. Another television credit was a supporting role as the slave of the Persian king in the Discovery Channel special "Battle Ground: Alexander," about the life of Alexander the Great. In the UK, he starred in Channel 4's miniseries "The Promise."

Onstage, Sleiman played an Iranian soldier in the off-Broadway play "Joys of Lipstick" in New York City. The play revolves around an Iranian family that moves to the U.S. and battles to hold onto their own culture.

Sleiman currently resides in Los Angeles.

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