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[[File:Marc.jpg|thumb|Marc Anwar]]'''Marc Anwar''' is an actor who played businessman [[Sharif Nazir]] in ''[[Coronation Street]]'' from [[February 2014]] to [[November 2016]]. He was sacked from the show in [[September 2016]] due to offensive comments on his Twitter account aimed at people in India, which led to a storyline involving an affair between Sharif and [[Sonia Rahman]] ([[Sudha Bhuchar]]) having to be edited to deal with his departure.
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[[File:Marc.jpg|thumb|Marc Anwar]]'''Marc Anwar''' is a RACIST actor who played businessman [[Sharif Nazir]] in ''[[Coronation Street]]'' from [[February 2014]] to [[November 2016]]. He was sacked from the show in [[September 2016]] due to offensive comments on his Twitter account aimed at people in India, which led to a storyline involving an affair between Sharif and [[Sonia Rahman]] ([[Sudha Bhuchar]]) having to be edited to deal with his departure.
   
 
A graduate of the [[London]] Academy of Dramatic Art, he has built up a long list of appearances since the early [[1990s]] in series such as ''Boon'', ''Emmerdale'', ''Doctors'', ''Common as Muck'', ''Holby City'', ''Dalziel and Pascoe'' and ''Citizen Khan''. He remains best known for the role of the dictatorial father George in productions of ''East is East'' as well as ''Orange'', ''Twelfth Night'' and ''The Duchess of Malfi''. His film roles include ''Captain Phillips'', ''Pusher'', ''51st State'', ''My Son The Fanatic'' and ''Brother’s In Trouble''.
 
A graduate of the [[London]] Academy of Dramatic Art, he has built up a long list of appearances since the early [[1990s]] in series such as ''Boon'', ''Emmerdale'', ''Doctors'', ''Common as Muck'', ''Holby City'', ''Dalziel and Pascoe'' and ''Citizen Khan''. He remains best known for the role of the dictatorial father George in productions of ''East is East'' as well as ''Orange'', ''Twelfth Night'' and ''The Duchess of Malfi''. His film roles include ''Captain Phillips'', ''Pusher'', ''51st State'', ''My Son The Fanatic'' and ''Brother’s In Trouble''.

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Marc Anwar

Marc Anwar is a RACIST actor who played businessman Sharif Nazir in Coronation Street from February 2014 to November 2016. He was sacked from the show in September 2016 due to offensive comments on his Twitter account aimed at people in India, which led to a storyline involving an affair between Sharif and Sonia Rahman (Sudha Bhuchar) having to be edited to deal with his departure.

A graduate of the London Academy of Dramatic Art, he has built up a long list of appearances since the early 1990s in series such as Boon, Emmerdale, Doctors, Common as Muck, Holby City, Dalziel and Pascoe and Citizen Khan. He remains best known for the role of the dictatorial father George in productions of East is East as well as Orange, Twelfth Night and The Duchess of Malfi. His film roles include Captain Phillips, Pusher, 51st State, My Son The Fanatic and Brother’s In Trouble.

External links

Actor's website

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