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Adoni Maropis /əˈdɒni məˈroʊpɪs/ (born July 20, 1963) is a Greek-American actor.

Maropis was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the middle of three sons. He is best known for playing Quan Chi in Mortal Kombat: Conquest. He also played General Hassan in Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun as well as Sakr in Hidalgo.[1] He appeared in a recurring role as terrorist leader Abu Fayed in season six of 24[2] and as an assassin in the season three premier of the television series Chuck.

Maropis is also a table tennis player, preferring the "orthodox styles" of hardbat and sandpaper table tennis. As of July 2012 he holds titles as world and US champion for sandpaper table tennis and also won the hardbat class of the US championship in 2011. Maropis is currently working on a feature film project entitled "The Last Palikari" written by himself and his father, Petro Maropis. A short version of the project was completed in 2012 with Vertex Media in Los Angeles, CA.

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Adoni Maropis


Mortal Kombat: Conquest (1999) .. Quan Chi
Passion Cove .. Matt
Surrender (2000) .. Bernie
Walker Texas Ranger (2000) .. Gazal
The Gristle (2001) .. Louis
Angel (2001) .. Rebel Leader
The Scorpion King (2002) .. Doubting General
Bad Company (2002) .. Jarma/Dragan henchman #1
Hidalgo (2004) .. Sakr
Close Call (2004) .. Pimp
Troy (2004) .. Agamemnon's Officer
The Deviants (2004) .. Amir
Venus On The Halfshell (2005) .. Bones
Francis Hamper (2006) .. Epic the cab driver
24 (2007) .. Abu Fayed
CSI: NY (2008) .. Sebastian Diakos
Chuck (2010) .. Javier
Criminal Minds (2010) .. Paramedic/Terrorist
Pair of Kings(2010)..The Oracle


"Local Actor Thriving". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. March 11, 2004. Retrieved February 9, 2010.

"Films and TV up the ante on graphic torture scenes". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. January 19, 2007. Retrieved February 9, 2010.

External links

Adoni Maropis on IMDb
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