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Badih Abou Chakra

Badih Abou Chakra

Lebanese actor Badih Abou Chakra graduated from the Institute of Fine Arts at the Lebanese University. Abou Chakra also took acting courses and participated in workshops in the US, and then moved to Toronto, Canada, to finish an MBA.

Abou Chakra is famous in Lebanon and the Arab world for starring in Lebanese soap operas, including “Lam7et 7obb”, “Talbin Al Orb”, “Al Ghaliboun”, “Kabset Zerr” and others.

He also played the lead role in the Lebanese film “A7ebbini” alongside Viviane Antonios.

“A7ebbini” is not the only cinema project he has performed in. Abou Ckakra also starred in the award-winning Lebanese movie “Stray Bullet” and in the internationally-acclaimed TV series “Carlos,” in which he played the role of Sheikh Yamani.

In 2002, Abou Chakra received local recognition, winning the Best Male Actor Award at the Murex D’Or.

As well as being an actor, Abou Chakra is a writer and poet. He is the author of the 2001 volume of poetry “Al Rajol Allazi Raqasa” and the 2005 novel “EMore

Lebanese actor Badih Abou Chakra graduated from the Institute of Fine Arts at the Lebanese University. Abou Chakra also took acting courses and participated in workshops in the US, and then moved to Toronto, Canada, to finish an MBA.

Abou Chakra is famous in Lebanon and the Arab world for starring in Lebanese soap operas, including “Lam7et 7obb”, “Talbin Al Orb”, “Al Ghaliboun”, “Kabset Zerr” and others.

He also played the lead role in the Lebanese film “A7ebbini” alongside Viviane Antonios.

“A7ebbini” is not the only cinema project he has performed in. Abou Ckakra also starred in the award-winning Lebanese movie “Stray Bullet” and in the internationally-acclaimed TV series “Carlos,” in which he played the role of Sheikh Yamani.

In 2002, Abou Chakra received local recognition, winning the Best Male Actor Award at the Murex D’Or.

As well as being an actor, Abou Chakra is a writer and poet. He is the author of the 2001 volume of poetry “Al Rajol Allazi Raqasa” and the 2005 novel “EMore