Played by Amir Arison
Strategic and Tactical Technician Aram Mojtabai is the team's resident computer security expert. He joined the Blacklist team after 14 years with the NSA. Aram was hand-selected by Harold Cooper for his diverse skill set - he is as comfortable with countersurveillance as he is writing code and cracking databases.
Amir Arison stars as Aram Mojtabai on NBC's "The Blacklist."
Arison's notable recurring roles in television include HBO's "Girls," the Emmy Award-winning "Homeland," "Zero Hour," "Law & Order: SVU," "Dallas" and "State of Georgia." Recent guest star appearances include "American Horror Story," "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland," "Major Crimes," "The Mentalist," "NCIS," "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" and "Fringe," as well as Rodrigo Garcia's hit web series "Blue" with Julia Stiles. Arison was also a series regular on Bryan Singer's digital series "H+" for Warner Bros.
Arison's film credits include "Jane Wants a Boyfriend," "Before the Sun Explodes," "Big Words," "Merry Friggin' Christmas" with Robin Williams, "Today's Special," Nia Vardalos' "I Hate Valentine's Day," Tom McCarthy's "The Visitor," Amy Heckerling's "Vamps" and "20 Weeks," which had its world premiere at the LA Film Festival in 2017.
On stage, Arison recently starred in the Waterwell production of "Hamlet" alongside Arian Moayed and Sherie Rene Scott.
Additional New York theater highlights include "The Muscles in Our Toes" (off-Broadway, Labyrinth), "Aftermath" (NYTW, Drama League Nominee), Christopher Durang's "Why Torture Is Wrong" (The Public Theatre), Charles Mee's "Queens Boulevard" (Signature), "A Very Common Procedure" (MCC), "Modern Orthodox," "Omnium Gatherum" (Pulitzer Finalist), "Candy and Dorothy" and "A First Class Man."
Internationally, Arison starred in "Love's Labour's Lost" (RSC's Complete Works Festival). Notable regional credits include the Shakespeare Theatre, the Huntington, Yale Repertory, Paper Mill Playhouse, Long Wharf, the Lyric, Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis, Shakespeare Theatre of St. Louis, Olney Theatre Center, and the Dorset Theatre Festival.
Arison has directed theater projects in New York and Los Angeles for IAMA Theater Company, Circle X and Mind the Gap, among others. He produced and directed the award-winning short film "Fortress."