Foued Nassah was an actor and producer, and his most notable works include A Prophet (2009), La Squale (2000), and Pleasure (And Its Little Inconvenience) (1998).
Foued Nassah was born on Tuesday, June 5, 1962 (age 60 years; as of 2022) in Paris, France. He is a Gemini. He studied at the Conservatoire National Supérieur d’Art Dramatique (class of Michel Bouquet) as well as at the École des Amandiers de Nanterre with Patrice Chéreau, among other institutions.
- Eye color: Black
- Hair color: Black
Before he began filming, Foued started his career by working in theaters. His debut play was in 1985 with Le Cid by Corneille, directed by Francis Huster. He started his career as an actor with the role in the documentary Once upon a time there were nineteen actors by François Manceaux (1987.) His first film was in the same year Hôtel de France by Patrice Chéreau in the role of Manu’s companion. His most famous role ever since has been in the 2009 movie, The Prophet in the role of Antaro. In 1994, Foued also produced a film called Sweat and Blood (Wonderboy.)
He died on Sunday, August 8, 2010, at the age of 48 years in Paris, France.