Yasmine Al-Bustami

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Yasmine Al-Bustami
Born November 5
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Residence Dallas, Texas [1]
Citizenship United States United States United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
Occupation Actress
Years active 2010–present

Yasmine Al-Bustami (Arabic: ياسمين البسطامي‎‎) is an Emirati-American actress.[2] She is most known from The CW television series The Originals.

Life and career[edit]

Yasmine was born in Abu Dhabi, but moved with her family to Texas at the age of three. Despite her diverse background, she considers herself an all-American girl. After receiving a degree in Finance, she deciding to enter the world of entertainment, and improve her studies in Chicago, Illinois.[2] She is of Jordanian-Palestinian and Filipina decent.[3]

She started her career in 2010 with the short movie Unimaginable. In 2013, she made a debut in the TV series The Originals.


Television\TV Films
Year Title Role Notes
2013–2014 The Originals Monique Deveraux Season 1; 10 episodes
2014 Film School Shorts Anoosheh Episode: "Life During Wartime"
2014 Nashville Delissa Birch Episode: "First to Have a Second Chance"
2016 The Inspectors Amy CBS 2 episodes
Web Year Title Role Notes
2015 Nessyane Nour Series Regular
2016 I Ship It Sasha CW Seed Series
Year Title Role Notes
2010 Unimaginable Robin Short
The Neighbors Horror Saga Kari-Tale of the Pawn Short
Flower Grace Short
2011 Road to Peshawar Anoosheh Short
2012 Walking the Halls Student
The Symphony of Silence Monica Short
The Package Guns Short
2013 Ladies' Man: A Made Movie Dahlia MTV Productions
When It's Your Time Alana Short
M15F1T5 Preacher Boy
R Rana Short
Reborn Ingrid
2015 Unimaginable Robin
SuperNovas Afsheen Short
Angie + Zahra Zahra
2016 You Get Me Grace

Music videos Year Title Artist Role 2017 "Surefire?"


  1. ^ "Yasmine Al Bustami". 21 December 2013. 
  2. ^ a b "Yasmine Al Bustami as Dahlia". mtv.com. 21 December 2013. 
  3. ^ "Women Creating Change – Empowering Middle Eastern Female Filmmakers". womencreatingchange.com. Retrieved 2017-10-04. 

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