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Nadine Salameh

Nadine Salameh

Sector : Media , Actors

Personal Info

  • Country of residence : Syria
  • Gender : Female
  • Born in : 1980
  • Age : 36
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Nadine Salameh (born August 9, 1980 in Beirut, Lebanon), is a Palestinian actress well known in Syria where she has lived and worked for most of her life.

Before going to Lebanon, her family was originally from Acre, Palestine.

While a freshman in college, Nadine made her first TV series with the famous Syrian director Najdat Ismail Anzour called al-Kawasir. It was a 29-episode fantasy epic set in medieval Arabia about chivalry, war, love, and tribalism. In it, Nadine played the role of Zumuruda, a horse-riding, sword-flashing barbaric heroin. She has since made one play, two TV movies, one film for the cinema, and over ten television TV series.

Her most notable works are the movie Ru’aa Halima (Vision of a Dreamer) and the TV series al-Taghriba al-Filasiniyya (The Palestinian Exile). In the show, she plays Jamila, a shy but revolutionary young girl in conservative Damascus during the 1970s who wants to explore the world, but is prohibited from doing so due to her restrictive father and the old-fashioned society she lives in. Her feminine awakening coincides with her national consciousness, and in despair from her surrounding, she escapes to Lebanon to join the PLO forces after the Israeli invasion of Beirut in 1982, seeing death, or "resistance", as the only solution to her suffering.

Al-Taghriba al-Filistiniyya (The Palestinian Exile), directed by Hatem Ali, is her other significant work, where Nadine stars with Syrian actor Jamal Sulayman. The series, about twentieth century Palestinian history, recounts the Palestinian uprising of 1936 against the British Mandate and the Zionist immigrants coming from Europe (actual Zionist immigration came from around the world including North Africa and the Southwest Asia). The movie is set in Haifa, Israel; and uses the Palestinian dialect of the Arabic language. Her most recent works include "Khalf al-Qudban" (Men Behind Bars), "Ashwak Na'ima" (Soft Thorns), and "Ahl al-Gharam" (The People of Passion).


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