TJ Hassan

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TJ Hassan
Tjh dcon.jpg
Hassan at Comic-Con 2010
Born (1981-05-23) May 23, 1981 (age 33)
Kingsbury. London, UK
Occupation Actor
Years active 2008–present

TJ Hassan (born May 23, 1981) is a film, television and stage actor. He is perhaps best known for several supporting and leading roles both in independent and mainstream films and television.[1]

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His first film role was in the Jerry Zaks directed 2008 biopic Who Do You Love?, playing Lonnie Johnson, an American blues musician, opposite Alessandro Nivola and Chi McBride. Other supporting roles in films included Lottery Ticket, The Change-Up and For Colored Girls.[2] Television appearances include guest starring as Major Brett Hagen, an Army psychiatrist on the Lifetime series Army Wives, Detective Chico Cubbs on the Comedy Central-produced series M'larky, along with Dan Fogler, Gilbert Gottfried, Jeffrey Ross, and Lennon Parham,[3][4] and the ABC Family film "My Future Boyfriend". He was also the face of the 2010 Coke Zero Playbook of Possibilities campaign.

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