Wasim No’Mani (Hassan Asfour) is proud and honored to be a part of the Oslo cast and the ACT family. He resides in LA where he is unemployed as a working actor. Born of migrating Iraqi parents pursuing their higher education in theatre, Wasim spent his developing years meandering through sets, stages and theaters throughout the united states with big immigrant dreams of becoming Jean Claude-Van Damme. When the feasibility of this ambition appeared improbable, he decided to turn his focus on becoming the best actor he could be. The craft of telling a lie truly. He made his theatre debut in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman and has been plodding the boards ever since. Wasim thanks his friends and family for their unreasonably durable support and is also deeply indebted to director John Langs and the entire ACT family for their warm welcoming of him to Seattle.