Rami Doha is an actor, writer, and a photographer who lives in Walled Lake, Michigan. His most favorite role to date is from a high school performance in Peter Pan as Captain Hook's beloved and humorous right-hand man, Smee.
Rami has since taken a hands-on approach to his creative process after deciding to leave college to focus more on performing. Since then he discovered the film industry allowed him to explore all of his interests and talents both in front and behind the camera. This move gave him more flexibility in his crafts and incredible opportunities for growth (needless to say, he's a fan of Youtubing DIY film tutorials).
His time is now spent working on two screenplays; a science-fiction cyborg based dystopian screenplay that remains untitled (and he promises it's not as corny as it sounds) and additionally a story based on a short film he directed called, TIVA in which four friends begin to unveil the reality of their pasts.
Rami is also involved on Youtube and partnering with other local actors to create a web series. When he's not working on a story or monologue, he can be found enjoying an adventure with his camera or finding quality personal time with friends somewhere. Never one to be underestimated, Rami can cut quite the rug. He can be found enjoying a fine cocktail and dancing YOUR socks off on any dance floor (and sometimes on ANY floor)-- yes, your socks...
His soul craves adventure and excitement and yet Rami can be found regularly nose deep in current event articles and novels of all types. He takes pride in being well informed and loves the thrill of learning something new.
Rami looks forward to working with the likes of Jennifer Lawrence one day.
Name: Rami Doha
Lives in: Walled Lake, Michigan
Occupation: Actor, Director and Screenwriter
A2CT's Improv Troupe
Theater by Ann Arbor Civic Theater Improv Actor Short-form improv group performing around Ann Arbor, MI.
Film (short) by Rami Doha Director/Actor/Writer Jace realizes that he is not just some average homeless guy, there are things even he doesn't know about himself-- especially regarding his past life.
Peter Pan (Musical)
Theater by Lisa Goerlitz (Comedy and Musical) Smee Played Captain Hook's beloved and humorous right-hand man.
Theater by Tom Fahlstrom Salesman Played a quick speaking Salesman.
And Then There Were None
Theater by Tom Fahlstrom (Comedy, Crime, Drama and Mystery) Dr. Armstrong Played an alcoholic dealing with the reality of his past while ending up in a mysterious murder mystery.
Washtenaw Community College (Ann Arbor, MI)