Zuhair Haddad was born and raised in Amman-Jordan. He left Jordan for the U.S.A in 1972. In September of 1972 he enlisted in the U.S. Navy, he was stationed in Norfolk-Virginia aboard the ship U.S.S. Truckee. During his service in the Navy, he traveled to Europe and Central America. In 1979 he started doing cartoon voice-overs in Arabic, and completed about 500 episodes of not only voice-over work, but also translation and directing. During that time he attended L.A. Valley College to study Motion Picture and Theater Arts; he received his A.A. Degree from there and in 1982 he transferred to C.S.U.N. and graduated with a B.A. Degree in Theatre Arts in 1984. He completed his first film “The Men’s Club” in 1984. He is still pursuing his career in Film, Television and Theatre in L.A where he lives.