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What about Hasan from "The One-Hundred-Foot Journey"?
blackiesunshine  7/14/2017
Hasan Minhaj is an American comedian and actor. He is currently a Senior Correspondent on The Daily Show, which he joined in 2014. He was chosen to perform at the 2017 White House Correspondents' Dinner. His first stand-up special, Homecoming King, debuted on Netflix on May 23, 2017.
cutenose  6/15/2017
Hasan Izz-Al-Din is a Lebanese national wanted by the United States government. Hasan Izz-Al-Din is an alleged member of Hezbollah. He is currently wanted by the United States government for his alleged involvement in the June 14, 1985 hijacking of TWA Flight 847. This attack resulted in the death of United States Navy diver Robert Stethem. On October 10, 2001, Izz-Al-Din, along with two other alleged participants in the hijacking, was placed on the initial list of the FBI's top 22 Most Wanted Terrorists, which was released to the public by President George W. Bush. A reward of 5 million dollars is currently being offered for information leading to his arrest and conviction. It is believed he is residing in Lebanon.
cutenose  5/7/2017
The name Hasan is also in use in Georgia, although the name isn't overly common there - and certainly not among native Georgians. In Georgia, the majority of men named Hasan are Turks who have emigrated to Georgia, and Georgians of Turkish descent.

Anyway, in Georgian, Hasan is written as: ჰასან.
Lucille  6/10/2013
This is also a Turkish name. [noted -ed]
Shibbeh  10/17/2012
I'm not quite sure how "famous" this is, but there is a character named Hasan in the show "Cafe Julia."
Morgaine  7/30/2012
This name is also used in Turkey.
Lucille  11/17/2009
I really like the name but I would never name my child this because it is too similar to Haso, a fictional character in jokes in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia (I live in Croatia).
― Anonymous User  3/26/2009
Also a masculine name in Slovenia.
earthnut  7/20/2007
Hasan a Slovene name? My god, Earthnut, can't you realize that's only used by Arabic emigrants?
― Anonymous User  1/5/2008
I didn't say it was a Slovenian name, only that it was used in Slovenia.
earthnut  9/8/2008
The Arabic name of Leo Africanus.
Dray  7/22/2006

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