Firass Dirani has more than 20 years of experience in the film and television industries. His excitement for working behind the camera was only increased by the breadth of his experiences and versatility in roles over the years.
Looking back, the role of “King of the Cross,” also known as “John Ibrahim,” in the critically acclaimed Australian television series Underbelly: The Golden Mile (2010) seemed to have been a turning point in his professional life. He also received two Golden Logie Awards for his performance.
Firass Dirani: Early Life, Age, Wiki, Parents, Ethnicity
Firass Dirani is a 5-foot-6-inch tall person (1.68 meters).
He was born on April 29, 1984, in Werrington, a suburb of western Sydney, Australia.
Fouad Dirani and Sobhia Dirani, his parents, made the voyage from Lebanon to Australia by sea in 1969 without speaking a word of English. In order to provide Firass and his two elder brothers a solid education, his father strained to make ends meet.
Firass used to do it all when working as a check-out operator at his father’s convenience store in Blacktown as a teenager, including unpacking bread, bagging groceries, and mopping the floor.
His parents were quite adamant that he pursue a law degree, and Firass even received an entry notification for the University of Western Sydney’s Business Law program. Even though there was a lot of shouting going on in the home, it was obvious in his mind that he preferred to perform the actions. He, therefore, attended the ACTT performing arts school in 2001 before moving to New York City in 2014 to attend the Atlantic Theater Company.
Married Or Dating Girlfriend?
When Camilla Franks, a designer of kaftans, and Firass shared photos of one another on social media in January 2015, it only served to fuel rumors about their relationship.
The couple shared many warm photos on Instagram from their New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day celebrations, including one in which they were seen hugging as the clock struck midnight.
Days later, when discussing the midnight kiss with Daily Mail Australia, Firass had coyly admitted, “We may or may not have.”
He said that he and Camilla were just friends; they went out together and that was it while simultaneously denying their relationship. He also mentioned how they attended acting school together and had been pals for twelve wonderful years.
Since then, there has been no mention of the connection between Firass and Camilla or of Firass’s dating history as a whole.
Prior to that, he had a brief romance with Melanie Vallejo, his co-star in Power Rangers: Mystic Force.
TV shows and Movies
The Australian comedy series House Husbands, which has won numerous Logie Awards, cast Firass Dirani in the title role of “Justin Baynie.” The program debuted in 2012 and enjoyed a great run up until the Nine Network decided to discontinue its sixth season in February 2018.
In addition to many others, his filmography includes Science Fiction Volume One: The Osiris Child, Hacksaw Ridge, Killer Elite, The Combination, Crooked Business, and The Marine. His television credits include East West 101, The Straits, Mr. Inbetween, Kick, and The Potato Factory.