Born Name: Laith Nakli
Place of Birth: December 1, 1969
Place of Birth: Plymouth, Devon, England, United Kingdom
Occupation: Actor, Producer
Laith Nakli (born December 1, 1969) is a British actor and producer best known for his role in the 2017 movie The Wall as the voice of the mythical sniper named Juba, the 2017 miniseries The Long Road Home and 2018 movie 12 Strong as Commander Ahmed Lal. His parents are from Syria.
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Categories: 1969 births, British expatriate male actors in the United States, English male film actors, English male television actors, 20th-century English male actors, 21st-century English male actors, English people of Syrian descent