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Andre Khabbazi was born to Assyrian American parents in 1975 in Sacramento, California. Based in Los Angeles, California, he started his artistic career as an actor in several television series and soap operas and later on starred in a 2001 movie titled Circuit along with Jonathan Wade-Drahos and Kiersten Warren.
About 1.74 m in height (5' 8½"), Andre Khabbazi is also a semi-professional tennis player. He studied criminal justice at American River College in California.
- Diagnosis: Murder (2002), as "T. J. Mann" in episode "Must Kill TV".
- Circuit (2001), as Hector.
- Sunset Beach (1997–1999), as "Officer Oscar Ruiz".
- Melrose Place (1999), as "Tom Wright" in episode "Asses to Ashes".
- Passions (1999), as the "Cop", in Episode #1026
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