LA, California, USA & Belgium (if casted in Europe)
Early 2019, he landed a role on the TV show‘Animal Kingdom‘ which stars actors like Shawn Hatosy and Ellen Barkin. On March 29, 2019 Fouad won the Diwan Award for achievement in the field of arts & culture which takes place in Brussels, Belgium.
In 2007 Fouad portrayed the role of “Rachid” opposite Luk Wyns in the award winning film “Ou Quoi”, directed by Cecilia Verheyden, which won many awards including Best Fiction Debut at the International Short Film Festival Leuven. In late 2013 he lands his first network TV role on NCIS: Los Angeles opposite Daniela Ruah and Eric Olsen. In 2015 he adds another network show to his list by guest starring opposite Gary Sinise in the spin-off series Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders. This role provided Fouad with a lot of screen time and allowed him to showcase different sides of his character. The role was positively received and lead to more opportunities. In 2017 Fouad guest starred on the CBS network show Madam Secretary in which he plays opposite Tea Leoni.
Aside from acting, Fouad developed other talents. By 2018 he had self-produced and directed 6 short-films and had also lend his voice to many projects including ‘Spiderman’, ‘Call of Duty’ ,’John Wick 3′, ‘Murder Mystery’, The Vampire Diaries’, ‘MacGyver’ and ‘Patriot’, ‘The Brave’, ‘The Romanoff’s’ and many others.
Fouad Hajji took his first steps into the world of show business by practicing break-dance at an early age. After reaching an advanced and respected level he went on to performing for acclaimed artists and productions. By his early 20’s he was running a dance school with approximately 250 members.
During an internship the US, Fouad developed a serious interest for acting. Upon his return he joined the Parallax School of Actors in Brussels while also studying at a college. He obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology followed by a Master’s degree in International Business.
After finishing college, he combined acting work and a system engineer position at an IT firm. He then joined the Flanders Acting Studio where for the next 2 years he was extensively trained by American actor John Flanders.
Late 2010, Fouad signed with a US talent agency in Los Angeles. He is later cast in the role of “Javed” in the award-nominated short film “Odium” directed by Neale Hemrajani. He went on to be cast in several feature films including “The Mummy Resurrected” produced by Ray Haboush as well as “False Colors” directed by William Norton