Paul Chahidi is a British actor.
An associate artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company, Chahidi appeared at Shakespeare’s Globe and appeared on Broadway in all-male productions of Twelfth Night and Richard III. Chahidi was nominated for both an Olivier award and a Tony Award for his portrayal of Maria in Twelfth Night, where he appeared alongside Mark Rylance's Olivia.
Chahidi is of Iranian descent.
|1996||Stella Does Tricks||Chris|
|1999||Notting Hill||Loud Man in Restaurant|
|2006||Venus||Period Film Director|
|2014||The Voices||Dennis Kowalski|
|2017||The Death of Stalin||Nicolai Bulganin|
|2018||Christopher Robin||Cecil Hungerford|
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- "Nasim Pedrad's 'Chad' Fox Comedy Pilot Pushes Production To May & Casts Duo, Remains In Midseason Consideration". 15 April 2016.