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DAVID SUCHET (Detective Mohamed Karaman), one of Great Britain's most distinguished actors, is now becoming well known in the U.S. through his performance as Agatha Christie's legendary Inspector Hercule Poirot in the television series broadcast on PBS, as well as through his performance in the award-winning independent film "Sunday" and such popular feature films as "Executive Decision."

Suchet joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1973 (he is currently an Associate Artist of the RSC), and has performed with them in such productions as "King Lear," "As You Like It," "Romeo and Juliet," "Measure For Measure," "The Tempest," "Once In A Lifetime," "The Merchant of Venice," "Troilus and Cressida," "Richard II," "Every Good Boy Deserves Favour," "Othello" and "Timon of Athens." His other stage work in London has included "Separation," "Oleanna" and "Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf?."

In addition to numerous performances on BBC Radio, Suchet has acted in a number of television movies both in England and Stateside, among them the BBC's "Secret Agent," "Separation," "Bingo," "Once In A Lifetime," "The Life of Freud," "Being Normal," "Oppenheimer," "The Cruel Train," "Gulag," "Song For Europe," "The Last Innocent Man," "The Lucona Affair," "Deadly Voyage" and "Solomon."

Suchet has worked on feature films throughout the world, among them "The Falcon and the Snowman," "Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes," "Iron Eagle," "When the Whales Came," "A World Apart," "Executive Decision" and the independent feature "Sunday," which won the Grand Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.


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