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Ali Suliman was born 1977, in Nazareth. His interest in the dramatic arts led him to the prestigious "Yoram Levinishtain Acting School" in Tel-Aviv, where he graduated in the year 2000. At the end of his studies, he joined the "Commedia Dell'Arte", Masks Theater group in London. Ali decided to broadened his horizons within the boundaries of drama, by taking a position at the Negev community center, as an acting teacher.
After his time at Negev, Ali went on to star in such award winning films as "Paradise Now" (Best Foreign film winner Golden Globes, and Best Foreign film nominee - Academy Awards), and "The Syrian Bride". He also starred opposite Jamie Foxx and Jennifer Garner in the critically acclaimed action thriller "The Kingdom".
Upcoming projects include "The Lemon Tree" from acclaimed Israeli director Eran Riklis, and political thriller "Body of Lies", from legendary director Ridley Scott.