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Harry Lennix (born November 16, 1964; age 52) played Walid Al-Rezani during Season 6 of 24.

Biography and career Edit

Harry Lennix was born in Chicago, Illinois to a laundress and a machinist. Lennix attended Quigley Preparatory Seminary South and then Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, majoring in Acting and Directing. He was a teacher in the Chicago Public School system teaching music and civics.

Starting an acting career in the late 80's, Lennix has appeared in shows like Commander in Chief and Diagnosis Murder, among many others. From 2009 to early 2010, he had lead role on Joss Whedon's series Dollhouse. He is also appearing alongside Diego Klattenhoff in NBC's The Blacklist.

Lennix has also appeared in films like Collateral Damage (with Michael Cavanaugh, Greg Collins, Norm Compton, Raymond Cruz, Don Fischer and Rick Garcia), The Matrix Reloaded (with Gina Torres and David Kilde), and Ray (with Regina King and Patrick Bauchau).

24 credits Edit

Selected filmography Edit

  • Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016)
  • The Algerian (2014)
  • Man of Steel (2013)
  • State of Play (2009)
  • Stomp the Yard (2007)
  • Ray (2004)
  • The Matrix Revolutions (2003)
  • The Human Stain (2003)
  • The Matrix Reloaded (2003)
  • Collateral Damage (2002)
  • Love and Basketball (2000)
  • Titus (1999)
  • Clockers (1995)

Television appearances

  • The Blacklist (2013-2016)
  • Stitch (2014)
  • Dollhouse (2009-10)
  • 24 (2007)
  • Commander-In-Chief (2005)
  • House MD (2005)
  • Century City (2004)
  • The Handler (2003)
  • The Practice (2003)
  • JAG (1999)
  • Judging Amy (1999)
  • Diagnosis Murder (1997)
  • ER (1996)
  • Murder One (1996)

Video game appearances

  • Enter The Matrix (2003)

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