Biography

Philip Arditti is a Swiss-Italian/Jewish Sephardic theatre and television actor, famous for his role as Uday Hussein in the four episode House of Saddam television docudrama.

Philip Arditti is a Swiss-Italian/Jewish Sephardic theatre and television actor, famous for his role as Uday Hussein in the four episode House of Saddam television docudrama.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 17

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Place of Birth Geneva, Switzerland

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2018 Black Earth Rising (2 episodes) as Colonel Colbert
2018 Kiss Me First (1 episode) as Azul
2017 Anchor and Hope as Farid
2016 National Theatre Live: As You Like It as Oliver
2015 The Danish Girl as Dr. McBride
2015 Humans (1 episode) as Salim Sadik
2014 Exodus: Gods and Kings as Viceroy Hegep's Aide
2014 Monsters: Dark Continent as Khalil
2013 Singing Women
2013 RED 2 as Arman
2012 The End (25 episodes) as Majit/Majid
2011 Game of Thrones (1 episode) as Goatherd
2011 Twenty Twelve (1 episode) as Saleem Ahmed
2009 Father & Son (4 episodes) as Suliman
2008 House of Saddam (4 episodes) as Uday Hussein
2007 Five Days (10 episodes)
2002 Spooks (1 episode)

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