Ibrahim Yaqut

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Ibrahim Yaqut

Imagine describing a state of being passionate. Words like enthusiasm, zeal, fierceness, spirit even energy are mentioned. If these qualities can be found in any one, Ibrahim Yaqut Abdel-Baaith could surely fit the bill. As unique as his name, Ibrahim is an upcoming actor who has established himself as a thespian–a maestro of the arts, while solidifying a career as a top male model. His daring sense of style, his magnetic swagger, his strong rooted ideas or his charming sense of humor can be to blame for his long lasting success in the fashion industry. He insists that he is living his dream, not pursuing it, therefore he emanates such youthful exuberance that it’s nearly addictive. Life hasn’t always been harmonious for Ibrahim, being a native Philadelphian and having his in & outs with street life. A high academic achiever nonetheless, Ibrahim overcame the stereotypical path many urban youth followed and made it a point to face any challenge. He got his first break in being chosen out of thousands in a nation-wide model search. That’s all it took for major agencies to recognize him and expressed great interest in his all-american, edgy look and personality. After graduating high school, Ibrahim came to New York to visit over 30 modeling agencies and to attend Pratt Institute’s open house. The rest is history. Ibrahim has appeared in over hundreds of commercial and high fashion ad campaigns, editorials, catalogues and catwalks. A wide variety of clients such as Old Navy, Abercrombie & Fitch, Marshall Fields, K-Mart, Marc Ecko, Kangol, Mecca, Indigo Red, Calvin Klien, Columbia Records, Macy’s, American Eagle Outfitters, Nordstroms, Target and MTV made him a regular amongst print advertisements and department store campaigns. He’s also been featured numerous times in GQ, L’uomo Vogue, XXL, Vibe, The Source, Stuff and Essence magazines. He’s graced the catwalks from NY to Milano for Armani, Nautica, Vivienne Westwood, Tommy Hilfiger, Sean John, Miguel Androver, Custo Barcelona, Enyce, MTV’s fashionably Loud, and celebrity fashion shows for the NBA. Among some of his achievements was his nomination as “Top Male Model” alongside Tyson Beckford at the 2003 Urban Fashion Awards. Ibrahim has also been featured in many music videos for artists such as Destiny’s Child, Rah Digga, Q-Tip and GhostFace Killah. He’s had the pleasure to work close with an endless amount of household names, some of whom he cares to mention like Winky Wright, Beyonce, David LaChapelle, P-Diddy, Michael Kors, Jay-Z, Alicia Keys, Tracy McGrady, 50 Cent, Slick Rick and Russel Simmons. At the present he has a print campaign and commercial running for Polo Ralph Lauren’s line for JC Penny titled American Living, airing during the Oscar’s. He also appears on Project Runway and MTV’s special for the making of the Sean John runway show.

Equipped with a Pratt bachelor’s degree in illustration and film making and with no end in sight for his road to success, Ibrahim left New York to pay dues grinding it out in Hollywood. Rarely seen is a young ethnic male who can break into the acting industry and book a lead principle role in a Disney Channel film. Entitled “Life Is Ruff” he co-stars with Disney child stars Mitchel Musso and Kay Panabaker and popular TV actor Mark Christopher Lawrence. Along with booking principle roles in national TV commercials such as McDonald’s, Target, Macy’s, Denali, Old Navy and JC Penny earns his position as a union actor. Over the years, clients have been known to consistently rave about how much fun it is to work with him and how delightfully intellectual and articulate he is. Ibrahim is known to enthusiastically assist different clients and photographers in creating the image of a lifetime, by being the actor that he naturally is. Not only is he an inspiration to other models, but he is a live example of how rewarding it can be to live out your dreams and desires without exceptions. “It is not the accumulation of extraneous knowledge but the realization of the self within that constitutes true progress,” is the mantra he lives by. Being a practitioner of many genres of art (martial arts, painting, writing, film, dancing), Ibrahim starts to create his own projects by shooting documentaries, starring and co-directing short films, and painting large canvases live in various venues! While gracing the pages of our favorite magazines, live painting and MMA fighting balances his free time and energy, making him a well-rounded, passionate force to be reckoned with.

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