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Is a ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ actor fighting against ISIS?

British actor Michael Enright is being dubbed a ‘liability’ who is in danger of being killed by his own comrades

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British actor Michael Enright, who is allegedly fighting against ISIS in Syria alongside Kurdish forces, has been called a "liability" in danger of being killed by his own comrades, CNN reported on Friday.

Former U.S. army serviceman, Jordan Matson, who has reportedly become a recruiter for foreigners wanting to join Kurdish forces in the fight against ISIS, posted the claim regarding Enright on Facebook this week.

Michael Enright, left, a British actor who has had minor roles in Hollywood films, gives a thumbs up with Kurdish journalist Mohammed Hassan, right, as he holds his AK-47 and wears the Kurdish fighters military uniform. (AP)
Michael Enright, left, a British actor who has had minor roles in Hollywood films, gives a thumbs up with Kurdish journalist Mohammed Hassan, right, as he holds his AK-47 and wears the Kurdish fighters military uniform. (AP)

According to the post, Enright has been kicked out of four different fighting groups and asked to leave twice by the Kurdish People's Protection Movement (YPG). Al Arabiya News could not independently verify the former U.S. army serviceman’s claims.

***Attention to whomever is in charge of monitoring my account for the state department***Michael Enright the mentally...

Posted by Jordan Matson on Thursday, June 4, 2015

Enright is known for playing small roles in “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Knight and Day.”