Nuah Ozryel

Nuah Ozryel (full name Nuah Ozryel Osman Syed Bukhari) is a Canadian born Actor residing in New York and in the winter of 2019 made his regional theatre debut in the United States in the World Premier production of Brent Askari’s ‘Hard Cell’ at Geva Theatre Centre. Previously, he has performed in Asia, Europe and North America in film, television and theatre (classical and contemporary). 


Previous credits include: NEW YORK ‘The Art of Hijab and the Right Way to Pray?’ (Polybe and Seats - FiveMyles), ‘Rest Upon The Wind’ (Skirball Centre for the Performing Arts), ‘I Come From Syria’ (Polybe and Seats - Beit Jeddo), ‘Night Blooming Jasmine’ (Under St. Marks) ‘A Midsummer Nights Dream’(American Theatre) ‘Shadowlands’ (Robert Moss Theatre) ’Much Ado About Nothing’ (American Theatre) 

‘Boom’ (Algonquin Theatre) ‘Romeo and Juliet’ (Shell Theatre) 

‘Cho H Cho’ (Mabou Mines) ‘Loves Labors Lost’ (Riverside Theatre), ’The Three Sisters’ (Riverside Theatre), MILAN, ITALY: ‘I Heart Future’ (Piccolo Teatro Di Milano), TORONTO, CANADA: ‘Bully’ (Helen Gardiner Phelan Playhouse), The Robbers (Helen Gardiner Phelan Playhouse), ‘Chekhov Vaudevilles (Hart House). On television he can be seen in Seasons 2, 3 and 4 of CBS' Madam Secretary in the recurring guest role of Prince Asim and in USA’s ‘Mr. Robot’ as hacker Sasan Nouri in Season 3. Other tv credits include: Law and Order - SVU (CBS), The Blacklist (NBC) and The Looming Tower (HULU). Film: ‘Movements Before’ (Lithium Productions). 


He holds a BA in Drama, International Relations and Spanish from the University of Toronto and an MFA in Acting from Columbia University. 


His interests include working out, exploring different neighborhoods and restaurants in NYC, traveling, reading biographies, learning new languages and researching wine making (grapes, soil topography, regions and history). 


His mantra is “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” (Winston Churchill)