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  1. › wiki › Zeeko_ZakiZeeko Zaki - Wikipedia

    Zeeko Zaki (Arabic: زيكو زكي ‎; born January 18, 1990) is an Egyptian-born American actor best known for his role portraying Special Agent Omar Adom "O. A." Zidan on Dick Wolf's FBI.

  2. › name › nm4976368Zeeko Zaki - IMDb

    Zeeko Zaki, Actor: Allegiant. Zeeko Zaki was born on January 18, 1990 in Alexandria, Egypt. He is an actor and producer, known for Allegiant (2016), Escape Plan 2: Hades (2018) and Stuck in Love. (2012).

  3. Born in Alexandria, Egypt, Zeeko Zaki immigrated to the United States as a 1-month-old baby, spending summers throughout his childhood in the country of his birth. Zaki was raised outside of Philadelphia, PA, and Wilmington, DE, and his background includes Egyptian, Syrian, and Turkish ancestry.

  4. Jan 18, 1990 · Zeeko Zaki (Arabic: زيكو زكي‎) is an American actor and model who got recognition for his role of Special Agent Omar Adom "O.A." in the American crime drama television series "FBI". He has been working in the series since 2018 and he is the first Arab-American actor to be cast as a protagonist in a major US network show.

  5. Jun 01, 2021 · Zeeko Zaki, a rising Egyptian-American actor who has amassed massive fan followers for his incredible talent and, of course, his dashing looks, is rumored to be dating Sam Schneiter. The actor instantly soared to fame with his portrayal in the series FBI and his fans are very curious about his love life.

  6. Nov 02, 2021 · Zeeko Zaki Reveals His Compelling Personal Journey On The Way To FBI . blog . Dick Wolf Captures The Gritty Realities Of Fighting Crime ... and the FBI – is smart ...

  7. Series creator Dick Wolf was initially casting a Latino for the ambiguously-named role of "O.A." but Zaki's audition tape impressed him enough to change the character to mirror Zaki's own ethnicity and background. Like the character, Zaki is a Muslim Egyptian-American who speaks Arabic and still has relatives in Egypt.

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