The native Egyptian Mido Hamada has landed a new role in the drama series Homeland he is portrayed in the second season of a battle-experienced member of the Lebanese Hezbollah.
For a recurring role in season two of "Homeland" Mido Hamada performer was committed. He plays the Lebanese MM, a special soldier by Hezbollah. Although English is not his first language, it is understood MM According to pretend Deadline almost perfect to be raised in the United States. This enables him secret missions in the western world.
Born in Egypt and raised in Germany Hamada has a diverse career: he has played in London theaters, participated in the United States in numerous film and television productions. Among others, he belonged to the cast of the short-lived dramedy "State of Mind" for Lifetime, after which he was seen in the last season of "24" as an opponent of President Omar Hassan. It was followed by a visit to "Terra Nova", which was however rejected by Hamada, the two-hour series pilot again. Even with the new ABC series "Red Widow" he was replaced after the pilot for the series production.
The second season of "Homeland" begins in the United States on September 30th this year. In German, the ProSiebenSat.1 Group has the broadcast rights to the young American success story (exclusive: ProSiebenSat.1 secures the homeland), but not yet issued any concrete plans for the series.