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When auditions came for Star Trek: Deep Space Nine in 1992, Siddig was originally considered for the role of Benjamin Sisko, but was reportedly deemed too young for the role.
Michael Piller commented: "Rick [Berman] discovered Siddig on a PBS show, A Dangerous Man, a prequel to Lawrence of Arabia, in which he played King Farouk, and was very good.
(Captains' Logs Supplemental - The Unauthorized Guide to the New Trek Voyages, p 21) In 2009, Siddig gave an interview in which he remarked that he is mainly recognized for his role on Deep Space Nine and that he once had to wait for three hours in an airport for the FBI to arrive, just so they could have his autograph.
 Siddig continues to perform for television on both sides of the Atlantic.
Visitor's pregnancy was covered up on-screen by having the unborn child of the married Keiko O'Brien (played by Rosalind Chao) transplanted to the womb of Visitor's character, the unmarried Kira Nerys.
Django was born on 16 September 1996, during production on the DS9 episode "". The two divorced in 2001, two years after Deep Space Nine wrapped production.
In 2005, Siddig was briefly romantically linked in the press with actress Kim Cattrall, herself a Star Trek alumna, having played Valeris in .
 Siddig first appeared to television audiences as Prince Feisal in the 1990 made-for-TV sequel to Lawrence of Arabia entitled A Dangerous Man: Lawrence After Arabia.
A union between Siddig and his Deep Space Nine co-star Nana Visitor produced a son, Django El Tahir El Siddig.All the mag does is gush how both Cattrall and Siddig had roles on Star Trek. Then it tells us how “sexy” this nephew of a terrorist leader is and describes “their obvious chemistry” as “electric.” I’d say it’s more like, “explosive,” as in the explosions of two embassies filled with innocent Americans, Kenyans, and Tanzanians–all planned in Sudan by Bin Laden. Alexander Siddig (born 21 November 1965; age 52) is an actor best known for his portrayal of Doctor Julian Bashir on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Bashir in the Star Trek: The Next Generation sixth season episode " Alexander Siddig was born Siddig El Tahir El Fadil El Siddig Abderahman Mohammed Ahmed Mohammed Abdel Karim El Mahdi in Sudan, in Northern Africa, but spent most of his life in Britain where he attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA).Also in 2005, he appeared in a major role in an episode of the British detective series Agatha Christie's Poirot entitled "Cards on the Table".
In 2006 he starred in the BBC television movie Hannibal, playing the title character (opposite Ben Cross).On this show, he played Phillip Burton, a charismatic scientist and technology tycoon who is a private contractor put in charge of running the Government's "Anomaly Research Centre" but is secretly using the technology developed for his own purposes.