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WALEED ELGADI

Spotlight Actors 2014/2015

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SHARON HENRY MANAGEMENT
601 The Chandlery, 50 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7QY
Phone: 020-7953 7450
E-mail: info@sharonhenry.co.uk
WWW: www.sharonhenry.co.uk
Location:London, Surrey, United Kingdom
Height:5'9" (175cm)
Weight:11st. 7lb. (73kg)
Playing Age:26 - 40 years
Appearance:Hispanic, Latin American, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Mixed Race
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Black
Hair Length:Short
  

Credits:

After a sabbatical away in for the last two years in his native Sudan, the actor William Elgardi is now back to work and operating under his real name of Waleed Elgadi. He is currently filming the role of Sayed in Tom Tykwer's 'Hologram for the King' with Tom Hanks.

Film Television Stage Short Film Radio Further Credits
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Film
2014, Feature Film, Sayed, A Hologram for the King, X Filme Creative Pool/Playtone, Tom Tykwer
2010, Feature Film, Khalid, Four Lions , Warp Films, Chris Morris
2009, Film, Jamil, The Response , Crinckle Cut Motion Pictures, Adrin Neatrour
2004, Film, Abu Abbasi , Dirty War, BBC Films/HBO, Daniel Percival
2004, Feature Film, Sami Altariq, Brothers, Zentroppa Films/Sigma Films, Suzanne Bier
Television
2011, Television, Sadiq Bargani, Borgen, Denmark's Radio, Mikkel Norgaard
2007, Television, Mustafa, Whistleblowers, Carnival For ITV Television, John McKay
2006, Television, Rifat Solomon, The Bill, Thames Television, Alan MacMillan
2006, Television, TV Interviewer, Saddam's Tribe, World Productions, Christopher Menaul
2006, Television, Moussa, Judge John Deed, BBC Television, Steve Kelly
2006, Television, Ali A, Last Flight To Kuwait, BBC Television/Blakeway Productions, Peter Nicholson
2004, Television, Arab, Spooks , Kudos/BBC 1 Television, Bill Anderson
2004, Television, Queen, Comedy Lab - Clithero, Salt Pictures/Channel 4 Television, Jalal Hartly/Daniel Roberts
2004, Television, Abu-Fadi, Days That Shook The World-Black September, Lion Television/BBC Television, Paul Overton
2004, Television, Jallal Hussain, Murder Prevention, Channel 5 Television, Julian Simpson
Stage
2013, Stage, Oberon/Thesues & Quince, Midsummer Nights Dream, Tooting Arts Club, Bill Buckhurst
2011, Stage, Jaffar/Ben Hidi, The Battle of Algiers, Secret Cinema/Old Vic Tunnels, Garrett Moore
2011, Stage, Arvind, INVASION!, Tooting Arts Club, Jamie Harper
2010, Stage, Sherif Ali, Lawrence of Arabia, Secret Cinema/Future Shorts, Andrew Dawson
2009, Stage, Yasser Mansour, Yasser - a one man show, National Theatre of the Netherlands, Teunkie Van Der Sluijs
2009, Stage, Yasser Mansour, Yasser- a one man show, Arcola Theatre, Teunkie Van Der Sluijs
2008, Stage, Yasser Mansour, Yasser - a one man show, Chopain Theatre, Chicago, Teunkie Van Der Sluijs
2008, Stage, Yusuf, Moonwalking, Oran Mor Glasgow, Jemima Levick
2008, Stage, Yasser Mansour, Yasser - a one man show, Assembly Rooms Edinburgh, Teunkie Van Der Sluijs
2007, Stage, Jemal, The Container (Scotsman Fringe First winner), Nimble Fish, Tom Wright
2006, Stage, William Masterson, Failed States, The Musical, Barons Court And Pleasance Theatre, 1215 Prods, Andy Taylor
2006, Stage, Ali, The Time Of The Tortoise, Theatre 503, Elgiva Field
2006, Stage, Steepleheeled Jack, I Confess , Hoxton Hall, Anna Linstrum
2005, Stage, Amir/Understudy Idris, Tangier Tatoo, Glyndebourne Opera-No 1 National Tour, Steven Langridge
2005, Stage, Damien Day, OneFourSeven, Dende Collective/Hammersmith Lyric Theatre, Andre Pink
2005, Stage, Khalid, Flowers From Tunisia, Theatre Clwyd And Tour, Chris Morgan
2004, Stage, Trevor McCleoud, Laters-South London Passion Plays Trilogy, Tristan Bates Theatre, Rikki Beadle-Blaire
2004, Stage, Charlie, A Man Of Culture, Cockpit Theatre, Orly Rabanyan
2003, Stage, DJ Marky, Release The Beat, The Musical, Arcola Theatre, Mehmet Urgen
2003, Stage, Earl Linsey/The farmer, Breaking News, Oxford Theatre Touring Company, Jeremy James
2002, Stage, Joe Casey/Bill Whithers, Funky Stuff And Pepper Soup, King's Head Theatre, Allegresse Theatre Company, Sara Mason
Stage, Duke, Measure For Measure, Judi Dench Theatre, Clifford Milner
Stage, The Actor, The Man Who Turned Into A Dog, Mountview, Adam Barnard
Short Film
2010, Short Film, Hayder, To the Marriage of True Minds, Motion Group Pictures, Andrew Steggall
2006, Short Film, Samir, Unto This Last, NFT, Laura Schroeder
2005, Short Film, Djamel, Djamel's Eyes, Magic Fox Productions, David Casals-Roma
2004, Short Film, Prisoner, Get The Picture, Picture Farm, Rupert Wyatt
2003, Short Film, Mohammed, Accident, Breakthru Films, James Leech
2002, Short Film, Mr Norris Morris, Southside, M2 Productions, Malcolm MacMahon
2003, Short Film, Father O'Leary, Whodunnit, LFVDA, Ming Wong
2002, Short Film, Phil 'Sneezy' Green , A Fairytale Funeral, Mountview Film, Sue Dunderdale
Radio
2010, Radio, Garabed Bedrosian, The Light of Darkness, The Waters Company, Judith Kampfner
2010, Radio, Ajib, A Dish of Pomegrantes, BBC Radio 4, Mary Peate
2009, Radio, Kouroush, From Fact to Fiction:Counting, BBC4, Janquil Panting
2009, Radio, Emad, Al Amwaj (The Waves), BBC World Service, Marion Nancarrow
2008, Radio, Narrator, If She Comes, Square Dog Radio/BBC Radio 4, Mark Whitaker
Further Credits
2010, Rehearsed Reading, Barra, There is a Field, Tricycle Theatre, Khalid Laith
2010, Rehearsed Reading, Various, Script This, The Broadway Barking, Montse Gili
2010, Rehearsed Reading, Atif, Facts on the Ground, Live Theatre, Steve Gilroy
2010, Rehearsed Reading, Colonel Alessandro Romano, Broken Stones, Birmingham Rep Theatre, Caroline Jester
2007, Rehearsed Reading, Arvind/Cem, Theatre Cafe Europe 2007, Company of Angles, Ben Harrison/John Retallack
2009, Rehearsed Reading, Cem, Respect, Birmingham Rep Theatre/Company of Angles, John Retallack
2004, Rehearsed Reading, MiddleEastern Man, Fear Up, Camden People's Theatre/Democracy Cell Project, Julia Barclay
2011, Voice Over, Rachid, TinTin, Side, Martin Vaughn
2009, Voice Over, Auroran Male, Fable III, Side , Kate Saxon
2008, Workshop, Dodi AlFayed, Untitled Mohamed AlFayed project, Ridiculusmus @ The National Studio, Jon Hough and David Woods
2003, Workshop, Rasheed, Smoke, LFA-Film Workshops, Peter Capaldi/Rick Stroud
2011, Corporate, Arab viral Presenter, GM Motors, GM Motors
2010, Corporate, Dominic, Price Waterhouse Coopers Brand Change, Attic Media, Ben Verrall
2010, Corporate, Tom, Good & Bad Workplace Dramas, Tigervision Ltd, Martin Davey
2008, Corporate, Pierre Vitellie, Involve for AXA Life, Roleplay UK LTD
2007, Corporate, Presenter, Internet Corporate for SHL, Epic
2007, Corporate, Khalid, GlaxoSmithKline Coaching, Metro Broadcast
2005, Corporate, Soldier, Hong Kong Wetlands Park, Centre Screen productions, Lisa O'Neil
2005, Still Photography, Businessman, Marcus Clarkson for Getty Images Library, Marcus Clarkson, Marcus Clarkson
2004, Still Photography, Businessman, Bob Ellsdale for Getty Images, Bob Ellsadale Studios, Bob Ellsdale

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, American-West Coast, Arab*, Cockney, Indian, Italian, Liverpool, London, RP*
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
Arabic*, English*
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballad, Ballroom Dancing, Cabaret Singing, High Baritone, Jive, Latin American, Merengue, Polka, Rock Singing, Salsa Dancing, Vocal Range: Bottom E to Top B flat
Performance:Actor-Singer, BADC-Level 1-Rapier, Dagger, Small Sword, Unarmed, Childrens Theatre, Comedy, Compere, Corporate Roleplay, Forum Theatre, Green Screen/Chroma Key, Physical Theatre, Poetry Reading, Role Play, Theatre In Education, Voice Over, Writer/Director - Comedy Fringe
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Football, Rugby, Swimming
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Devising, Director, Drama Workshop Leader, Improvisation, Interpreter, IT Literate, Painting, Translating, Writer

Training:

Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts - Post Graduate Diploma in Performance

University of Liverpool - BA Hons in English Literature & Philosophy.

Hurtwood House College