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Sayeed Shahidi

Sayeed Shahidi American actor

American actor
Sayeed Shahidi
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Intro American actor
Is Actor Film actor Television actor Model
From United States of America
Type Fashion Film, Television, Stage and Radio
Gender male
Birth 14 February 2003, Minneapolis, USA
Age: 17 years
Star sign AquariusAquarius
Family
Siblings: Yara Shahidi
The details

Biography

Sayeed Shahidi (born February 14, 2003) is an American child actor and model.

Life and work

Shahidi was born in St. Paul, Minnesota to mixed African American and Native Choctaw mother Keri Salter Shahidi and Iranian American father Afshin Shahidi. He lived in St. Paul, Minnesota until age two, then moved to Glendale, California. Sayeed is an Iranian name meaning "Blessing" or "Blessed". He is the middle child in the family and is the brother of actress Yara Shahidi. He also has a younger brother, Ehsan.

He also starred as the character Miles Russell in the 2016 television series, Uncle Buck. He also has a recurring role as the character Will in ABC's television series, Switched at Birth.

Sayeed Shahidi has been in a few projects with his sister Yara Shahidi including; starring in the crime thriller movie Alex Cross as Damon Cross, the television series The First Family and on the comedy television series Black-ish as Adonis Culpepper (Season 2, Episode 17).

Filmography

Year Name Role Type Notes
2016–2017 Switched at Birth Will Bishop Television
2016 Uncle Buck Miles Russell Television In eight episodes.
2016 Black-ish Adonis Culpepper Television
2016 Donald Trump's The Art of the Deal: The Movie Kid 3 Made for Television Movie
2012 Alex Cross (film) Damon Cross Film
2012–2013 The First Family Lucas Johnson Television In twenty two episodes.
2011 Desperate Housewives (season 7) Charlie James Television In three episodes in season 7, I'm Still Here (Desperate Housewives).
2010–2011 The Event David Martinez Television
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http://www.youngblackstars.com/profiles/sayeed-shahidi/
https://muftah.org/yara-shahidi-iranian-american-star-black-ish-breaking-stereotypes-off-screen/#.WUhEXBPyu2x
http://wavenewspapers.com/simply-jessica-sayeed-shahidi-talks-about-abcs-uncle-buck/
http://www.startribune.com/c-j-mother-of-minneapolis-born-black-ish-star-is-having-a-good-day-when-there-s-no-eye-twitch/289688101/
http://www.tvguide.com/celebrities/sayeed-shahidi/credits/484146/
https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3162144/
https://tv.avclub.com/after-providing-hope-black-ish-goes-30-for-30-1798187617
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