Jalal Merhi

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Jalal Merhi
Born (1967-01-27) January 27, 1967 (age 54)
Belém, Brazil
OccupationFilm producer
Years active1983–present

Jalal Merhi is a Brazilian-born Canadian action film producer.[1] He was born in Brazil to Lebanese immigrant parents.

Career[edit]

He started his film career by selling his jewellery business to start a film production company. He has produced and acted in numerous action films that can be considered martial arts B movies. Because of this he is known as "Beirut’s Steven Seagal."[2][dubious ] Merhi first started Shotokan style of karate as youth later moving to tiger style Kung fu. He has sifu rank in kung fu and owns his own school in Canada.

Filmography[edit]

  • 2015 "Jalal Merhi: The Man The Myth The VCR
  • 2011 The Conspiracy Show Airing 31 Episodes VisionTV
  • 2010 Alexander The Great Of Macedonia In postproduction - Feature film
  • 2009 Soccer Dreams (TV show) 13 Episodes Twentieth Century FOX- Sun TV
  • 2009 Circuit 3 Feature Film
  • 2008 Risk Factor Amsell Ent.
  • 2002 Circuit 2 Blockbusters, Amsell Ent - ThinkFilm
  • 2001 The Circuit Blockbusters, Amsell Ent.- ThinkFilm
  • 2000 Sometimes A Hero Thinkfilm, Amsell ENT
  • 2000 Guaranteed On Delivery Thinkfilm, Amsell ENT.
  • 1999 Tiger Claws III ShowTime, TMN, Amsell ENT
  • 1998 Love Letters Alliance, Amsell ENT
  • 1998 Severe Lions Gate, Amsell ENT.
  • 1997 Crisis Lions Gate, Amsell Ent.
  • 1998 The Cellar (Short) Film One
  • 1997 Variety Amsell ENT. Film One
  • 1997 Tiger Claws II
  • 1995 "Sudden Death" Lions Gate, Cineplex
  • 1997 Expect To Die Lions Gate, Alliance
  • 1995 Death Junction CFP, Film One, SGE
  • 1995 21st Century Man TV Pilot
  • 1995 Expect No Mercy Alliance, Warner Vision
  • 1994 Operation Golden Phoenix Universal Alliance
  • 1993 TC 2000 Universal, Cineplex, SGE
  • 1992 Talons of the Eagle Universal, Cineplex, SGE
  • 1992 Tiger Claws Universal, Cineplex, SGE
  • 1991 Fearless Tiger Cineplex, Imperial

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sherif Awad (June 2007). "Coming of Age". Egypt Today. IBA-media.
  2. ^ Jalal Merhi. "Autobiography". Internet Movie Database.

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