Suzan Najm Aldeen

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Suzan Najm Aldeen
Born Suzan Al Saleh [1]
(1973-11-24) 24 November 1973 (age 43) [2]
Duraykish, Syrian
Nationality Syrian
Occupation Actor
Years active 1992–present
Spouse(s) Siraj Atassi (m. 1995; div. 2014)[3]
Children Souheir, Sara, Hayan and Hazem [4]

Suzan Najm Aldeen (Arabic: سوزان نجم الدين‎‎) is a Syrian actress, whose memorable roles have earned her wide acclaim throughout the Arab world. After enrolling in the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture Department in Damascus, she was offered the opportunity to become an actress. This, however, did not stop her from pursuing her studies and graduating as an architect. Starting out in 90s Syrian dramas, Najm Aldeen went on to star in several renowned Arab series and movies.[5][6][7][8][9]


Biography[edit]

The actress lived in her country with her parents, until she graduated, and then she went to Damascus (دمشق) to study architecture in the university. During that, she entered in the art society, that brought her being an actress, but that didn’t hinder to continue to study in the university to be an architect. In the 90s, Suzan became to play roles in the Syrian drama, first secondary, and then as a protagonist in lots of series. Her first interpretation was “Aldakhliah” ("الدخيلة"), with the important Syrian actor Jihad Saad (جهاد سعد).

In the 1995 Suzan married a Syrian businessman, and with him, she had four kids: two boys and two girls. Having a family, she doesn’t make lots of acts, like all Syrians actors, but she passes her spare time with her kids. The artist owns a society named Sana (سنا), from the initials of her name: S, Suzan, N, Najm, A, Aldeen. Moreover, Suzan has an athletic centre called “The Champions” (تشامبيونز), situated in the Maza in Damascus.

Series[edit]

  • Aldakheelah–The Inner ( الدخيلة)–Syria (سوريه)
  • Nihayat rajol shojaa–The end of a courageous man (نهاية رجل شجاع)–Syria (سوريه)
  • Alzhaher Baibars ( الظاهر بيبرس)–Syria (سوريه)
  • Khan alharir–The Silk market (خان الحرير) - Syria (سوريه)
  • Hanin (حنين) - Syria (سوريه)
  • Salah aldin (صلاح الدين) - Syria (سوريه)
  • Moluk altawaef–Communions’ kings (ملوك الطوائف) - Syria (سوريه)
  • Tuyoor alshawk–Birds of Thorns (طيور الشوك) - Syria (سوريه)
  • Forsat al'omr- Opportunity of a litetime (فرصة العمر) - Syria (سوريه)
  • Zawj alsett– Maid's husband (زوج الست) - Syria (سوريه)
  • Ommahat - Mothers (أمهات) - Syria (سوريه)
  • Gibran Khalil Gibran (جبران خليل جبران)–Syria / Lebanon (لبنان / سوريه)
  • Noqtat Nizam- System's point ( نظام نقطت)–Egypt (مصر)
  • Alharebah–The Escape (ألهربه ) - Syria (سوريه)
  • Farouk Omar

Series under preparation[edit]

  • Shoq (شوق)

Lately Suzan Najm Aldeen has signed her participation in the series "Shoq" as a leading role "Rose", a captive taken by ISIS based on a true story.The Role Najm Aldeen is playing focusses on a subject that is spotted by global public opinion, human rights and United Nations, as it will be reflecting their concern in relation to sex slaves taken by ISIS. Actor Bassem Yakhor plays next to her and the Serie is directed by Rasha Shorbatgi. [10][11][12][13]

Curiosity[edit]

Suzan’s society Sana’s Logo symbolize a square where is written the name of the society in Arabic language, and on the N (ن) of Sana (سنا), instead of the point, there’s a star, that underline the meaning of her surname, Najm Aldeen (نجم الدين), exactly “Star of religion”.

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