Anne Bedian

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Anne Bedian
Born
Anne Nahabedian

(1972-03-15) March 15, 1972 (age 48)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Education Concordia University
Occupation Actress
Years active1999–present

Anne Bedian or Anne Nahabedian (Armenian : Աննա Նահապետյան, born on March 15, 1972) is an Armenian-Canadian actress. She is known for her roles as Maria on Delta State , Dr. Nazir on The Taking of Deborah Logan and Shara on Curb Your Enthusiasm . Bedian is of Armenian descent and speaks Armenian fluently. She also speaks English, French, German, and Spanish. She is a Meisner-trained actor and has Meisner coaches in Montreal, Toronto, New York and Los Angeles to train with where ever she is staying. She was the youngest member to serve on board HMCS Nipigon in the Royal Canadian Navy and received a medal for serving over 180 days with NATO during her 3-year service in the Forces. [1]

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Filmography

Film
YearTitleRoleNotes
1999Ladies RoomIntella
2000"Artificial Lies"Sarah
2000"Cul de sac"Junkie EmilyShort
2001"Varian's War: The Forgotten Hero"Woman (uncredited)TV movie
2001"Stiletto Dance"Vernon's GirlTV movie
2001"Nowhere in Sight"Angel
2003"Wall of Secrets"Bruce's GirlfriendTV movie
2011"Three Veils"Farridah
2014"Guardian Angel"Mona Robertson
2014"The Taking of Deborah Logan"Nazir
2016"The Last Inhabitant"-
Television and web
YearTitleRoleNotes
2004 Delta State MariaRecurring cast (26 episodes)
2004 The Grid Nili Michaels1 episodes
2004 Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye Ali Watson1 episodes
2007 Lost Amira1 episode
2008-2009 The Ex List Marina9 episodes
2011-2017 Curb Your Enthusiasm Shara2 episodes
2011 Combat Hospital Maj. Hasti Samizay / Major Hasti Samizay6 episodes
2016 Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders Rabia Bayar1 episode

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