November 30, 1982 |
Alaoui spent her early life in the Arfa neighborhood of Casablanca, Morocco, and studied at the Casablanca American School. At 18, Alaoui moved to Paris, France, where she studied at the American University of Paris. While attending the university, she met director Laila Marrakchi, who offered her a role in the film Marock (2005). Marock was critically acclaimed and provided Alaoui national fame. In 2007, she began filming Martyrs, for which she is also known. In 2016 Alaoui starred in psychological thriller Broken directed by Shaun Robert Smith
|2009||The Two Lives of Daniel Shore||Imane|
|2010||Le Rodba||Nina||Short film|
|2013||Rock the Casbah||Sofia|
|2014||The Hybrid||Lyla Healy|
|2014||The Red Tent||Ahouri||Miniseries|
|2016||Broken (aka The Myth of Hopelessness)||Evie|
- "Morjana Alaoui". Tout Le Cine. Challenges. Retrieved January 31, 2016.
- "Morjana Alaoui à l'affiche du film français". Le Matin du Sahara et du Maghreb. 3 September 2008. Retrieved 23 September 2011.[dead link]
- "Morjana Alaoui raconte son dernier film, Martyrs". Bladi. June 21, 2008. Retrieved January 1, 2016.
- "Martyrs Interview". View London. Retrieved February 1, 2016.
- "Broken". Grimmfest Film Festival. Retrieved October 6, 2016.
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