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Carlos Azar

Carlos Azar

Carlos Azar is a Lebanese Actor, TV presenter and a promising singer. He is the son of the famous Lebanese singer Joseph Azar . Carlos has a higher diploma in dramatic arts from the Lebanese university - fine arts, and has learned the techniques of Oriental singing at the National Lebanese Conservatory of Lebanon and plays both the piano and oud.

His acting Career consists of several roles in the local drama including: Zaman el Awghad (2004), Familia (2004), Kibriya2 Wa Nadam (2005), Familia 2 (2005), Furnelsabaya.com (2006), El Hall Bidak (2006), Ibni (2006), Al Layla El Akhira (2007), Maleh Ya Baher (2007), Doumouh Rabiha (2007), Bayna Bayrouth Wa Dubai (2008), Fifty Fifty (2008), Hotel El Afra7 (2008), Aser El Harim (2009), Min Ajli Aynayha (2009), Otbeh Mekhfiyeh (2009), Ajyal (2010), No2tet Hobb (2011) and Bab Idriss (2011). His movies include Domenico Savio (2003), Miracle (2004) and Cash Flow (2011). On stage, Carlos participated in the theatrical plays Al Moufatech (2003), AyMore

Carlos Azar is a Lebanese Actor, TV presenter and a promising singer. He is the son of the famous Lebanese singer Joseph Azar . Carlos has a higher diploma in dramatic arts from the Lebanese university - fine arts, and has learned the techniques of Oriental singing at the National Lebanese Conservatory of Lebanon and plays both the piano and oud.

His acting Career consists of several roles in the local drama including: Zaman el Awghad (2004), Familia (2004), Kibriya2 Wa Nadam (2005), Familia 2 (2005), Furnelsabaya.com (2006), El Hall Bidak (2006), Ibni (2006), Al Layla El Akhira (2007), Maleh Ya Baher (2007), Doumouh Rabiha (2007), Bayna Bayrouth Wa Dubai (2008), Fifty Fifty (2008), Hotel El Afra7 (2008), Aser El Harim (2009), Min Ajli Aynayha (2009), Otbeh Mekhfiyeh (2009), Ajyal (2010), No2tet Hobb (2011) and Bab Idriss (2011). His movies include Domenico Savio (2003), Miracle (2004) and Cash Flow (2011). On stage, Carlos participated in the theatrical plays Al Moufatech (2003), AyMore