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Chris Pine, 36, is not the only handsome co-actor of Gal Gadot, 32, in “Wonder Woman.” There are many others and here are five of them:
- Eugene Brave Rock, 39
A Blackfoot from the Blood Tribe in southern Alberta, Canada, Rock made his acting debut in the TV movie “Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee.” Before playing the Chief in “Wonder Woman,” he appeared in several TV series including “Bluff,” “Blackstone,” “Hell on Wheels” and “The American West.”
- Wolf Kahler, 77
Born in Kiel, Germany on April 3, 1940, Kahler made his acting debut in 1975 when he played Prince of Tübingen in “Barry Lyndon.” After playing a German commander in “Wonder Woman,” he will play Colonel Ludwig Streicher in “Damascus Cover,” which stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Olivia Thirlby and John Hurt.
- Freddy Carter, 18
Carter’s first film was “Heretiks,” a horror film released in 2016, while “Wonder Woman,” in which he plays a soldier, his second feature film. He is set to star in the new Netflix series “Free Rei,” which will premiere on June 23.
- Ulli Ackermann, 30
Before playing a guard at Invite Table in “Wonder Woman,” Ackermann appeared in two films. He played one of the sinister men in “The Last Call” in 2014 and a security aide to the Chancellor in “Mission: Impossible- Rogue Nation” in 2015.
- Saïd Taghmaoui, 43
Born in Villepinte, Seine-Saint-Denis, France, on July 19, 1973, Taghmaoui started as a boxer before co-writing the French film “La Haine” with its director Mathieu Kassovits. Taghmaoui also played one of the lead characters in the film, which earned Kassovitz the Best Director award at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival.
In 2014, Taghmaoui played Khalid Ziane in “The Missing.” In 2016, the French-American actor played Amjad Awan in “The Infiltrator,” which starred Bryan Cranston, John Leguizamo and Diane Kruger.
In “Wonder Woman,” Taghmaoui plays a spy named Sameer. He is set to star in “Espionage Tonight” with Sean Astin and Chasty Ballesteros and “First Light” with Kristin Booth and Stefanie Scott.
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