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RAMI MALEK (Freddie Mercury) is the star of the USA Network's critically acclaimed psychological drama Mr. Robot, for which he received an Emmy and Critics Choice Award, as well as nominations for Golden Globes, SAG, People's Choice, and Television Critics Association Awards.

Malek most recently starred in the remake of Papillon, opposite Charlie Hunnam. The remake of the 1973 Steve McQueen film is directed by Michael Noer, and Malek plays the role of Louis Dega, originated by Dustin Hoffman. Malek will next lend his voice to the upcoming live action film The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle, alongside Robert Downey Jr., and will produce and star in Universal's upcoming film American Radical, which Mr. Robot's Sam Esmail will direct and produce.

In 2017, Malek starred in Buster's Mal Heart, a surreal mystery film written and directed by Sarah Adina Smith, featured at both the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival and 2017 Tribeca Film Festival. In 2012, Malek was featured in Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman, Joaquin Phoenix and Amy Adams. He also notably appeared in the HBO miniseries The Pacific as "Snafu." His performance garnered incredible reviews and led him to being cast by Tom Hanks in Larry Crowne at Universal and Bill Condon in the last installment of the Twilight saga, Breaking Dawn. Prior to that, Malek was seen in Night At The Museum 1 & 2 opposite Ben Stiller, which marked his big screen debut and had a memorable arc on the FOX television series 24.

In 2014, Malek appeared in the DreamWorks feature Need For Speed, directed by Scott Waugh, as well as the third installment of Night At The Museum. He was also featured in Spike Lee's Old Boy opposite Josh Brolin and Elizabeth Olsen, and starred in Short Term 12 with Brie Larson, directed by Destin Cretton.

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