Rami Malek

Rami Malek was born on May 12th, 1981, in Los Angeles, California. He is of Egyptian descent and was raised as a Christian. He has an identical twin brother named Sami. Rami is the older twin by four minutes. Rami attended the Notre Dame High School, in Sherman Oaks, California and received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Evansville, in Evansville, Indiana.  He currently lives in Los Angeles, California with his twin brother Sami.

His biography tells that he is well known for his reoccurring role as 'Kenny' in the US sitcom, The War At Home, appearing in 21 of the 44 episodes, until the show was cancelled after only 2 seasons. However in 2006, Rami got the role in his first film, Night at the Museum, playing as Pharaoh, Ahkemenrah, where he adopted an English accent for the role. He later reprises his role again in 2009, for Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian and then again in 2014 for the third and final installment for Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb. This film marks the final goodbye, as well as a fitting memorial tribute for both Mickey Rooney and Robin Williams who passed away earlier in 2014. In between these two films, Rami did take to the theatrical stage in the spring of 2007, for the Vitality Production of Keith Bunin's 'The Credeaux Canvas' playing the role of 'Jamie' at the Elephant Theatre in Los Angeles.

In 2010, Rami returned to the television screens, where he appeared in three episodes of the final season (season 8) of 24, he played an Egyptian American suicide bomber, Marcos Al-Zacar. In August 2010, it was announced that Rami was casted for the finale of the Twilight Saga, Breaking Dawn Part 2, when he was casted as Vampire Benjamin, the element commander of the Egyptian Coven to face off against the Volturi. Rami has since been back on the television screens in 2012, starring in the first season of Alcatraz, as 'Webb Porter' in one episode and he also was the voice over of 'Tahno' in three episodes of the Nickelodeon series of The Legend of Korra. It is yet to be confirmed if he will be reprising the voice over for the next season of the animated show. He has also finished filming on David Lowery's film 'Ain't Them Bodies Saints' where he plays 'Will', the film is about two outlaws who are forever on the run from the law, until Bob is sent to prison, four years after he is sentences, he escapes and sets out to reunite with his wife and daughter, the film premiered at the Sundance Festival on 20th January 2013, and was given amazing reviews. It was announced in September 2014 that Rami Malek has landed a leading role in USA's new hacker drama series 'Mr. Robot' along side Christian Slater. He will be portraying 'Elliot' who is an anti-social recluse who can only communicate with the outside world by hacking through his computer. USA Network picked up the series for ten episodes to be aired in June 2015.this was all about his golden career full of success.

Malek does not reveal much about his personal life,there is no information present related to hid dating or having a  girlfriend. We can not say anything about his relationship status ,he is a Muslim from Eygptian ethinicity, his net worth is $2 million, Rami is loved by his fans you can find more information and latest pictures of Rami through various social media websites.


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