Moussa Maaskri

Moussa Maaskri's acting talents were showcased on the big screen many times throughout the course of his Hollywood career. In his early acting career, Maaskri appeared in such films as "Mohamed Bertrand-Duval" (1991), the crime feature "Bye-Bye" (1996) with Sami Bouajila and "Stowaways" (1997). He also appeared in the dramatic comedy "La Taule" (2000) with Claude Brasseur, "Mondialito" (2000) and the Gérard Depardieu action picture "Vidocq" (2001). His film career continued throughout the early 2000s and the 2010s in productions like "Two Brothers" (2004) with Guy Pearce, the Vincent Lindon foreign "Anything for Her" (2008) and the drama "Les Insoumis" (2008) with Aure Atika. He also appeared in "MR 73" (2008), "Bruc" (2010) with Juan Jose Ballesta and "District 13: Ultimatum" (2010) with Cyril Raffaelli. Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in the foreign "Tête de Turc" (2010) with Pascal Elbé, the action movie "Point Blank" (2011) with Gilles Lellouche and "La mer à boire" (2012). He also appeared in the Jean Reno crime drama "22 Bullets" (2013) and the action flick "The Family" (2013) with Robert De Niro. He held additional roles in television including a part on "Transporter The Series" (TNT, 2014-15). Most recently, Maaskri acted in the Jean Dujardin crime picture "The Connection" (2015).