Shahar Isaac is a theatre actor Famous for the television drama based on the life of Jesus of Nazareth “The Chosen” Series. In addition, he is popular for “Madam Secretary” and “National Theater Live: Salome”. His dream of fetching a big-screen actor came true in 2014 through Madam Secretary.
|Weight (approx.):||In kilograms: 65|
|Height (approx.):||Height in feet: 5'8"
Height in centimetres: 172
|Hair Colour:||Dark brown|
|Date of Birth:||1985-1990(Not Verified)|
|Age (as in 2022):||35-40 Years (Not Verified)|
|College:||Rutgers University, New Jersey|
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Shahar Isaac faith
Although the cast members of The Chosen are religious, he has not been as open about his personal beliefs. According to the Reddit website, Shahar is a Jewish man of Israeli descent who likely speaks Hebrew by nature.
Facts About Shahar Isaac
Shahar Isaac is an actor well known for the Show “The Chosen“. He seems like Simon Peter in this religious series.
He mastered acting at Rutgers University. And he was upskilled by David Esbjornson and Barbara Marchant. After graduating, he began his career as a stage actor.
He got his first role in the first episode of the TV series “Person of Interest” as Tariq Al Johan in 2015. He was later seen in the TV drama National Theater Live: Salome.
As a stage actor, he is known for “Salome“. He came out in 2017. Furthermore, he also pop up in Madam Secretary in 2014.
In 2017, He work in the drama film Price for Freedom as Sepuhr.
He has more than 65.5k followers on Instagram.
Recently, He share a photo on Instagram that shows Shahar Isaac playing guitar and He said:
“Thank you very much to those who ordered the prints! Most prints have sold out. Hoping to print again soon…”
Shahar Isaac Movies
- The Chosen (TV Series 2017-2021) as Simon Peter (16 episodes, 2017-2021).
- Madam Secretary (TV Series 2018) as Salman (1 episode, 2018)
- Price for Freedom (2017) as Sepuhr
- National Theatre Live: Salomé (2017) as Bar Giora
- Person of Interest (TV Series 2015) as Tariq Al Juhani (1 episode, 2015)