Badih AbouChakra

Badih AbouChakra

Badih AbouChakra graduated in 1998 from the Lebanese University in Beirut with a BA Honours in acting. He attended acting workshops in Lebanon, France, Jordan, Tunisia, The Actors Workshops in Boston USA (Sanford Meisner Acting Technique), and the Equity Showcase in Canada with David Smukler. Badih was an actor in several movies, TV series, and theatre productions in the Middle East, France, and Canada.

In Canada, he has been featured in the MT Space's Seasons of Immigration and Exit Strategy, Terrance Odette's feature film Sleeping Dogs screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, Amar Wala's short film The Good Son selected for the Dubai International Film Festival and in other feature and short films. Badih has played a leading role in the History Channel's Zero Hour and participated as an off-camera actor in the CBC's Little Mosque on the Prairie. He published two books and designed sets for several plays. He was the host of a famous talk show on Orbit TV. Badih won the prestigious Murex D'or award for the best actor in Lebanon for the year 2002.

Badih is an Artistic Associate at MT Space.