Meet the three Australian actors set to play John Ibrahim in new mini-series Last King of The Cross – What We Know!

Leading role: Aussie actor Lincoln Younes is set to play John Ibrahim after an exhaustive search spanning almost two years. It

Filming is underway on John Ibrahim’s a lot anticipated TV drama Final King of the Cross.

The upcoming mini sequence will see former Dwelling and Away star Lincoln Younes play the nightclub id.

In line with The Day by day Telegraph, manufacturing kicked off this week and filming will happen in Western Sydney and numerous places round Kings Cross. 

The younger John is performed by Australian actor Mason Mansour, 10, whereas the teenage Ibrahim is performed by UK actor, singer and songwriter Malek Alkoni.

Younes mentioned it was an honour to play the character.

‘This can be a bigger than life story and I’m proud to be a part of it,’ Younes mentioned in an announcement, after being hand-picked to play the position by Ibrahim himself.

Main position: Aussie actor Lincoln Younes is ready to play John Ibrahim after an exhaustive search spanning virtually two years. It’s understood Younes – who has Lebanese heritage – beat out quite a lot of different actors

Familiar face: Ibrahim was born in Tripoli, Lebanon and emigrated to Australia in the early 70s before making his way in Sydney's nightlife scene - a rise which will form the backdrop of the upcoming series

Acquainted face: Ibrahim was born in Tripoli, Lebanon and emigrated to Australia within the early 70s earlier than making his means in Sydney’s nightlife scene – an increase which can type the backdrop of the upcoming sequence

‘Kings Cross was Sydney’s most iconic melting pot of leisure and I can’t watch for it to be delivered to life on TV.

‘Spanning many years, Final King Of The Cross is intergenerational, and I’m so wanting ahead to bringing the character of John Ibrahim to display screen alongside each Mason and Malek.’ 

A spokesman for the manufacturing mentioned that one of many units this week in Chullora was changed into the devastation of war-torn Tripoli throughout Lebanon’s bitter civil battle, because of the magic of the manufacturing crew.

Talent: McShane, 79, seen here in Deadwood, will play Ezra Shipman, a fictional Kings Cross crime boss in the new show, which is based on the memoir of colourful Sydney identity John Ibrahim

Expertise: McShane, 79, seen right here in Deadwood, will play Ezra Shipman, a fictional Kings Cross crime boss within the new present, which relies on the memoir of vibrant Sydney id John Ibrahim

Ibrahim was born in Tripoli, Lebanon and emigrated to Australia within the early 70s earlier than making his means in Sydney’s nightlife scene – an increase which can type the backdrop of the upcoming sequence. 

Each native and worldwide actors have been forged within the upcoming Paramount+ crime drama.

They embrace Outlaw King’s Callan Mulvey, Below­stomach’s Damian Walshe-Howling, Alien: Covenant’s Tess Haubrich, Arrow’s Matt Nable and John Wick’s Ian McShane.

Multi-award successful writer-director Kieran Darcy-Smith will direct the crime-drama. 

Inspiration: Inspired by Ibrahim’s best-selling book of the same name, Last King Of The Cross

Inspiration: Impressed by Ibrahim’s best-selling e book of the identical identify, Final King Of The Cross

The real John Ibrahim pictured recently (with partner Sarah Budge and friend Mim Salvado at Kyle Sandilands' baby shower)

The true John Ibrahim pictured lately (with associate Sarah Budge and good friend Mim Salvado at Kyle Sandilands’ child bathe)