Nasrdin Dchar (born 5 November 1978) is a Moroccan-Dutch actor and presenter. Dchar has acted in many theatre productions. His first important television appearance was in Cut, a popular youth series of BNN. He is also seen in soap opera Onderweg naar Morgen, Eddy Terstall's Mannenharem and as a lead character in drama series VARA Deadline. He also presents AVRO 'Op de Bon [nl]'. Dchar is a Muslim and when he played a gay man in Mannenharem it caused some controversy within the Dutch Islamic community. He also played in the film Rabat, a role for which he received the prestigious Gouden Kalf award for Best Actor on 30 September 2011. He played Felix Halverstad in the 2012 Dutch film Süskind. In 2013 he played a gay nurse (Omar Sahar) in the television series "Charlie" (Dutch remake of Nurse Jackie).
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