Hilda Khalife

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Hilda Kalife Moudabber
هيلدا خليفة مدبر
Born Hilda Kalife
(1973-08-09) August 9, 1973 (age 41)
Lebanon Beqaa, Lebanon
Occupation Television presenter
Years active 1996–present
Notable credit(s) Star Academy (LBC)

Hilda Khalife (also Hilda Moudabber) (born August 9, 1973) is one of the recognized TV presenters in the Arab world. Despite her modeling career, Khalife's fame started in 2004 when she began hosting the first season of the pan-Arab televised talent show Star Academy Arab World on LBC, the Arabic adaptation of the French television show Star Academy produced by Netherlands company Endemol.

It was due to Khalife's success that she continued hosting the subsequent seasons of the show.

Personal life[edit]

Hilda is a Lebanese TV presenter born on August 9, 1973. Daughter of Georges Khalife and Nohad Ghanem, she is a Maronite from the Bekaa who spent her early years in Australia. She has also lived with her parents house in the region of Fiyadieh near Baabda. She is married to a hotel owner in Kaslik, Jounieh, named Marc Moudabber and is the mother of a son named Sean and a daughter named Sienna.