American TV series ‘Scandal’ to cast Pakistani-American actor

American TV series ‘Scandal’ to cast Pakistani-American actor

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The final season of hit American television series Scandal is fast approaching and we can’t wait! The seventh season will introduce a new character named President Rashad who will be played by, none other than, Faran Tahir.

He may not be considered a household name yet but he is definitely familiar to millions around the world. You may recognise Faran as Raza in Iron Man (2008) or Captain Robau in Star Trek (2009).

The international artist has been a Hollywood insider for over 25 years now and has guest starred in many TV series and films. His debut appearance was in Disney’s The Jungle Book in 1994 as Mowgli’s father.

A Lahori in Hollywood: Faran Tahir

Produced by Shonda Rhimes, Scandal also stars Kerry Washington, Guillermo Diaz, Darby Stanchfield, Katie Lowes, Tony Goldwyn, Jeff Perry, Bellamy Young, Joshua Malina, Scott Foley, George Newbern and Cornelius Smith Jr.

Although the promos for the newest season are out, information regarding the storyline and Faran’s character have been kept under wraps for now.

PHOTO: FILE

PHOTO: FILE

The Pakistani-American Hollywood actor seems to have a lot up his sleeve this year as alongside Scandal; Faran has been busy shooting for three other projects. He will soon be seen in the television series Shameless and The Magicians, as well as the movie Mindhack: #savetheworld.

The interview: Faran Tahir

Besides these ventures, the 53 year old will also be reprising his role as Mallick on the fourth season of American TV show 12 Monkeys in 2018.

The final season of Scandal will air October 5 on ABC Network.

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