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A veteran actor of Indian descent, Erick Avari specializes in portraying characters of many different nationalities. Born in Darjeeling, India, his father ran two local movie theaters, and his great-grandfather was a pioneer of Indian cinema. Avari earned his first credit as a teenager in the Satyajit Ray film "Kanchenjungha." Once in the United States, he established himself as a talented theater actor and began appearing in small film roles in the 1980s. He made more regular TV appearances in the '90s on shows like "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and an episode of "Seinfeld." He played the Pakistani Ambassador on "The West Wing," and in 1998, he began a three-episode stint on the sci-fi series "Stargate SG-1." His film roles also increased in stature, including a part in the adventure fantasy "The Mummy." Other recurring roles on TV have included a part on "L.A. Dragnet" and a role as Chandra Suresh on the popular cult show "Heroes." In 2009, he appeared as the character Omar on nine episodes of the long-running daytime soap "Days of Our Lives."

Erick Avari (born 13 April 1952) is an television, film and theater actor known primarily for his roles in science-fiction serial productions.

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Erick Avari was born Nariman Eruch Avari in , , , into an old - family. His father, Eruch Avari, ran two movie theatres, the Capitol and the Rink. His early education was at the prestigious (the school division of the St. Joseph's College), which he attended as a day-scholar. He later studied at the .

Erick Avari was born Nariman Eruch Avari in , , , into an old - family. His father, Eruch Avari, ran two movie theatres, the Capitol and the Rink. His early education was at the prestigious (the school division of the St. Joseph's College), which he attended as a day-scholar. He later studied at the .