Sam Asgari – aka Britney Spears’ fiancée He got his first major movie role.
The 27-year-old model and actor will co-star in “Hot Seat,” an upcoming thriller about a former hacker who is forced to return to the industry after an unknown man places a bomb under his office chair, Deadline reported. Kevin Dillon, 56, was also cast in the film alongside previously announced Gibson, 65.
In addition to engaging in 39-year-old pop singer SpearsAsghari has also previously appeared in her music videos, as well as some from former girl group Fifth Harmony. He has also worked on television series including the CBS feature-length cop show “NCIS”, the drama “Hacks”, Showtime’s “Black Monday” and BET’s The Family Business.
While his upcoming credit “Hot Seat” is undoubtedly a major step in the Iranian actor’s career, Tell Variety in May He aspires to achieve the status of a superhero.
“My ultimate goal is to be the first Middle Eastern superhero to play a superhero. Marvel or someone else – they should call me,” he told the newspaper at the time, adding that his “ultimate goal” is also “to become a good actor. I do a lot of training.” Mixed martial arts, I do a lot of gun and stunt training to be a good actor like Tom Cruise, like Jason Statham.
“Like I said, I want to do work, but I want to be able to do drama too. This is my profession, and I want to make it 100%,” he said, adding that his big dreams also include getting into “blockbuster movies” and “TV shows that publish on Netflix and become a fan favorite.”
And while his relationship status certainly gives him an edge in terms of recognition, he hasn’t, for the most part, gotten to the point where directors know who he is — not that he’s complaining.
“I’m just an actor. I’d rather they don’t do that [recognize him], because then they do not misjudge: “This person is this, this person is related to the other person” – or whatever the case may be. I prefer that they don’t know who I am, so that they can see the character in this way,” he said.
“Hot Seat” is set to be directed by James Colin Brisack and is based on the story of Leon Langford and Colin Watts.