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Birth Place: Vilvoorde, Belgium
Birth Date: December 08, 1982
Fouad HAJJI Biography
Fouad Hajji was born in Vilvoorde, Belgium to Morrocan immigrant parents. He has 4 siblings. All of them are women.At the age of 17 he took his first steps into the world of dance where he quickly progressed and reached an advanced and respected level. In his home town, he started to teach Break-dance and Hip Hop and built up his reputation with approximately 250 members. During his dance career Fouad performed on many acclaimed production and events as well as for numerous famous artists.He obtained a bachelor's degree in information technology at Honim College and obtained a master's degree in international business at Vlekho College in Brussels. Thanks to his good grades he was able to work as an intern for a US based firm. During his stay in Atlanta he developed a serious interest for acting. Since his return in 2004 he joined an academy for actors thanks to whom he was able to show his talent in films and TV productions.Fouad continued to train himself in acting by attending the Parallax school of actors in Brussels. Fouad then switched to a personal coach and joined the Flanders Acting Studio. There he was extensively trained by American actor John Flanders (NBC Days of Our Lives), while continuing to appear in films and TV. Eager to expand his horizons, Fouad started attending meetings in Los Angeles beginning 2008 to move his career to the next level. Together with his coach and agent, Fouad made the decision to finally relocate to Los Angeles, CA where he is now involved in major entertainment industry projects.
Fouad HAJJI Movies / TV-Shows
Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (2016)
The Mummy Resurrected (2014)
Blood Shot (2013)
Deadly Wives (2013)
Jack and Jill (2011)
Shadows in Paradise (2010)
NCIS: Los Angeles (2009)
1000 Ways to Die (2008)
Once Upon a Time
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