Ashraf Barhom stars in "Coriolanus," opposite Ralph Fiennes, as Cassius.

Ashraf Barhom was born in Tarshiha, a small village in Galilee, northern Israel. He was attracted to acting from his first experience of standing in front of an audience in kindergarten.

In 1996 he enrolled in the Academy of Theatre in Haifa University and, on completing his B.A. degree, he went on to work at the Al-Midan Theatre. His first role was in a musical play called "Adkor (I Remember)." He continued working in Arab theater until 2002 and then moved to the Cameri Theatre in Tel-Aviv to appear in "The Sheep Well" by Lupe De Vega. After appearing in a number of stage productions at the Tsavta Theatre, he returned to Cameri in 2006 in "Planter," a political play about living under the Arab/Israeli conflict.

During this time, Barhom also worked in feature film, appearing in "The Syrian Bride" and "Paradise Now." He was nominated for an Israeli Oscar for his performance in the lead role of Ahmed in "The Ninth Month." In 2006 he made his first movie in America, "The Kingdom," opposite Jamie Foxx. Subsequent films include "Agora" and "Clash of the Titans." Barhom is currently filming Hiam Abbass' "Inheritance."

Barhom is also working on a project called Takween (Creation), which aims to rebuild and encourage theater and arts in Galilee. Ultimately the project is also planned to be an international production company for art and film.





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