Shaun Toub is currently filming the six hour, $40 million untitled 9/11 miniseries for ABC directed by David L. Cunningham. Shaun will play the FBI informant opposite Harvey Keitel as FBI agent "John O'Neill" and Patricia Heaton as the ambassador to Yemen. The project is due to release May 2006.
Shaun has received several accolades and has appeared in over 100 television episodes including Seinfeld, The Sopranos, ER, Just Shoot Me, Nash Bridges, Jag, The Bold and the Beautiful, The New Adventures of Superman, Married with Children, and several movies made for television.
His filmography includes John Woo's BROKEN ARROW opposite John Travolta, EXECUTIVE DECISION with Kurt Russell, and his memorable performance in BAD BOYS opposite Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, as well as several original HBO films.
Shaun was raised in Manchester, England. At the age of 14 he moved to Switzerland and after a two year stay he moved to Nashua, New Hampshire to finish his last year of high school. His high school yearbook notes, Funniest guy in school and most likely to succeed in entertainment. After two years of college in Massachusetts, Shaun transferred to USC. Through a chance encounter with an astute talent agent, he broke into the Hollywood scene with hope in his heart and a natural talent to entertain.
Through various charity events and public speaking engagements Shaun inspires the community to embrace the arts, as the arts enhance everyday life. About his philosophy of life, Shaun quotes George Burns: I would rather be a failure at something I love, than be a huge success at something I hate.
Shaun resides in Los Angeles and loves the outdoors, sports and music.