Navid Negahban

The "Homeland" icon also talks his new movie "12 Strong" and his role on "Legion" Season 2.
"Let there be Light" -- The phrase is often used as a metaphor for letting the truth be known and dispelling misinformation. In the case of Noor Film Festival, that objective is achieved.
Anger is a complex emotion. It can help us survive (the infant fought off the assailant with her bare baby hands!); it can lead us towards justice (no justice, no peace!); it can make us sick (after years of incarceration, now cancer). So it's only fitting that a play titled Twelve Angry Men.
Started in July of 2012 by husband and wife team Vida Rizq and Lotfi Bencheikh, Aflamnah -- which simply translated means "our films" in Arabic -- is a platform much like Kickstarter and Indiegogo, but with a simple twist.
“As one of the world’s biggest 'Yes, Dear' fans, I am very excited about this reunion,” Garcia told EW. “I can’t wait to
"All I can tell you is you will see more of his footprint and a little bit more of his connections, how involved he is," Negahban