The 25-year-old “Twisted” and “Victorious” star is a clear fan favorite, with people tweeting about him being the IRL version of Aladdin. Don’t you just want to run your fingers through those dark locks?
While the 24-year-old, whose father is of British Pakistani descent, only has “Sesame Street” and “iCarly” under his acting credits, the former One Direction band member can sure belt it out.
This American actor of Indian descent is no stranger to playing a Disney character, appearing in 2016’s “The Jungle Book” as Mowgli’s father. He currently stars in Freeform’s “Stitchers” as the adorable Linus Ahluwalia.
The Australian-born actor of Turkish origin had a recurring role as the Disney hero in ABC’s hit series for nine episodes.
This Canadian actor is part Goan Indian, British and Austrian, and according to his Twitter bio believes in “#aliens, #timetravel, #ghosts and #magic.” The 28-year-old remains silent on the Disney role, but he did express interest in playing Judas in a live Jesus Christ Superstar musical.
Identity Mag described Ahmed as “incredibly humble, funny, and charming in person”, which is what Aladdin is really all about. The 29-year-old Egyptian actor first got his starring role in the the film “Awqat Faragh” (Free Time) in 2006 after taking an acting workshop during his first year of college.
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