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His detractors, meanwhile, “wanted to have him taken out.” Ultimately the latter faction won, leaking a story to the New York Times in August 2001 about how O’Neill misplaced a briefcase with highly classified information. Another important real-life character is Ali Soufan, played by French actor Tahar Rahim.Soufan moved from Lebanon to the United States when he was 16 and became an asset to the bureau thanks to his fluent Arabic and understanding of Islam.“I had no idea that there was this much conflict leading up to 9/11 within our own government,” he said.“I think it was a situation where both agencies felt that the way they were doing it was right.“You would hear that his power was in his silence, and other people would say he would scream at everybody,” Futterman said.
This is when it is generally accepted that a bit of middle-age spread is normal, inevitable even. If I – someone who has battled with my weight for the whole of my adult life – can finally win the war, anyone can. Back in the 1980s, I was a size 18 (I’m just 5ft tall), and the only option for clothes was Evans Outsize, as it was then unflatteringly called. In my 20s, still plump, I became a newspaper fashion editor.The character of Soufan stands out, simply because he’s a Muslim hero on an American television series.Rahim is of Algerian descent and has landed some memorable parts in France — he won two Cesar awards for playing the lead in “A Prophet,” for example — but he’s resisted working in the United States because so many of the roles offered to him were terrorists.Everybody has different memories of different people who are no longer with us, so I’m sure there will be some people who are not thrilled with our portrayal of him and some people who think it’s exactly spot on.” When Wright was working on his book, he remembers O’Neill’s acquaintances either loving the man or hating him with equally intense vigor.Some of his fans even copied his style of suits, referring to themselves as the “sons of John,” according to Wright.
Soufan, though, intrigued him, even if the actor struggled finding a character who seemed to lack flaws.