Napoleon actor Tahar Rahim is currently 42 years old. He was born on July 4, 1981, in Belfort, France.
About Tahar Rahim
Tahar Rahim is a French-Algerian actor who has left a mark on the cinematic landscape with his exceptional performances and versatile roles.
His breakthrough came in the 2009 French film A Prophet, earning him the prestigious César Award for Best Actor and Most Promising Actor.
Rahim’s international acclaim expanded as he portrayed FBI agent Ali Soufan in the miniseries The Looming Tower and took on the role of Judas in the film Mary Magdalene.
His remarkable portrayal of Mohamedou Ould Salahi in The Mauritanian earned him critical acclaim, along with Golden Globe and BAFTA Award nominations.
In the miniseries The Serpent, Rahim’s depiction of Charles Sobhraj garnered him another Golden Globe nomination.
The actor’s upcoming projects include Ridley Scott’s Napoleon, where he will play Paul Barras alongside Joaquin Phoenix, and a significant role in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe film Madame Web.
Notably, Rahim’s versatile talent is further highlighted as he steps into the shoes of French-Armenian singer Charles Aznavour in an upcoming project.