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February 26, 1987 (37)
Aarif Rahman is a Hong Kong actor, singer, and songwriter, known for his breakout role in the biographical film “Bruce Lee, My Brother.”
Rahman’s filmography is marked by significant roles that have cemented his place in the entertainment industry. His portrayal of Bruce Lee in “Bruce Lee, My Brother” garnered widespread attention, demonstrating his skill in embodying complex characters. Other notable films include “Cold War,” a critically acclaimed Hong Kong police thriller, and “One Night Surprise,” a romantic comedy that showcased his versatility. In television, Rahman made a notable appearance in the historical drama “The Empress of China,” playing the role of Li Zhi, Emperor Gaozong of Tang.
Collaboration has been a key aspect of Rahman’s career, working alongside various celebrities and artists. He starred with Tony Leung and Aaron Kwok in “Cold War,” and shared the screen with Fan Bingbing in “The Empress of China.” His role in “One Night Surprise” saw him acting alongside Fan Bingbing again, along with Daniel Henney and Leon Lai. In “Kung Fu Yoga,” Rahman collaborated with international star Jackie Chan. Other notable collaborations include working with Wang Leehom and Joan Chen in “Love in Disguise,” and with Zhou Xun and Shawn Yue in “The Great Magician.”
Rahman’s work has not gone unrecognized, with several awards highlighting his achievements. He won the Best New Performer award at the Hong Kong Film Awards for his role in “Echoes of the Rainbow.” This film also earned him a nomination for Best Supporting Actor.