Yasmin Abdulaziz

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Yasmin Abdulaziz
Born (1980-01-16) 16 January 1980 (age 37)
Cairo, Egypt
Occupation actress / dancer / model
Height 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)

Yasmin Abdulaziz (Arabic: ياسمين عبد العزيز‎‎, Yāsmīn ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz; born 1/16, 1980) is an Egyptian actress.[1]

Abdulaziz started in commercials at the age of 15 because of one of her mother's friends who owns a company of commercials. After a while she started to act in cinema and television with a series named A Woman From The Love Time that was a huge success all around the Middle-East. After this success she made another mini-series called Kids Are Going Crazy.

Abdulaziz focused in the last period on showing in cinema movies more than television movies while the other actresses of her generations were not, and she made her second big success by appearing with the comedian Ahmed Helmi in a romantic comedy named Zaki-Chan, which made very big gains in the box-office in its first week.

In 2001, she made a movie with Achraf Abdul Baqi called Rasha Gareea and another in 2005 with Mostapha Qamar named Hareem Karim, which talks about a broken hearted woman who thought that her husband cheated on her when he did not so he tries to tell her the truth by calling his college . She also starred in dramatic movies like Farhan Molazem Adam and Qalb Gariee. The actress is married to a businessman named Mohamed Nabil Halawa.

Filmography[edit]

  • Jala Jala (2001)
  • Rasha Garea (2001)
  • Qalb Jari' (2002)
  • Kedah Okaih (2003)
  • Saye Bahr (2004)
  • Farhan Melazem adem (2005)
  • Harim Karim (2005)
  • Zaky Chan (2005)
  • 1/8 Dastet Ashrar (2006)
  • Al Rahina (2006)
  • Haha We Tofaha (2006)
  • Esabet Al-Doctor Omar (2007)
  • Kar Kar (2007)
  • El Dada Doudi (2008)
  • Ethalatha Yashtagalonha (2010)
  • El Anesah Mami (2012)
  • Gawaza Meri (2014)[2]
  • Abu Shanab (2016)[3]

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