Shahir HamzaOpening up to pursuits both personal and professional, Season 4 of SAVING HOPE sees Dr. Shahir Hamza embracing a more human approach to his life and work. But as he juggles a deeply personal research project and a new love interest, the cool and unwavering confidence of Hope Zion Hospital’s leading Neurosurgeon is tested when he faces the issues that arise when you open yourself up.
Huse MadhavjiHusein Madhavji (a.k.a. Huse) is best known as the former face of Star! Canada’s Entertainment Channel (now E! Canada), and is quickly making a name for himself as a powerful actor in the world of film and television. Madhavji was the feature reporter for UPN television’s evening and morning shows covering the entire region from San Francisco to Lake Tahoe. He then got a phone call from Star! and was offered to host their flagship show, "Star! Daily." As the face of Star!, he hosted numerous live events such as “The Star Schmooze,” “Canada’s New Years Eve Bash,” “Live At The Genie Awards,” and also covered US President Obama’s election in Grant Park, Chicago.
After leaving Star!, Huse decided to go back to his creative roots to pursue acting on film and stage. His television credits include all three seasons of CTV’s hit medical drama SAVING HOPE, The Movie Network’s "Call Me Fitz" alongside Jason Priestly, "Combat Hospital" opposite Elias Koteas and Michelle Borth, "The Border," and the police drama "The Bridge." He also stared in the feature film crime drama "Cold Blooded," opposite Ryan Robbins and Zoie Palmer.