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Carole Abboud

Carole Abboud

Carole is a Lebanese actress and producer. She lives and works in Beirut - Lebanon.
She holds a BA in acting and directing from the Lebanese University and a Masters in Performing Arts from Paris 8 University- France.

Her carrier started in 1994 with Laila Assaf Tangroth in 'Frihetsligen' and 'Histoire d'un Retour' by Jean Claude Codsi. In 1997, she starred with Lebanese director Ghassan Salhab in his first feature 'Beyrouth Fantômes' and in 'Terra Incognita' (Official Selection Cannes 2002 - Un Certain Regard), as well as in his film-essay 'Posthume' (2006) and his latest feature 'The Valley' (2014).

Carole's filmography also includes ' The Silent Majority' by Mahmoud Hojeij (2002) and 'Tannoura Maxi' by Joe Bou Eid (2011) Carole participated in Rami Nihawi's short documentary 'Revenging for the Astronaut' (2007), and in short films such as 'Hawa Beirut' by Fouad Alaywan (2002), 'Dans le Sang' by Katia Jarjoura (2009) and featured in the horror movie 'Djinn' by Tobe Hooper.

Carole is a Lebanese actress and producer. She lives and works in Beirut - Lebanon.
She holds a BA in acting and directing from the Lebanese University and a Masters in Performing Arts from Paris 8 University- France.

Her carrier started in 1994 with Laila Assaf Tangroth in 'Frihetsligen' and 'Histoire d'un Retour' by Jean Claude Codsi. In 1997, she starred with Lebanese director Ghassan Salhab in his first feature 'Beyrouth Fantômes' and in 'Terra Incognita' (Official Selection Cannes 2002 - Un Certain Regard), as well as in his film-essay 'Posthume' (2006) and his latest feature 'The Valley' (2014).

Carole's filmography also includes ' The Silent Majority' by Mahmoud Hojeij (2002) and 'Tannoura Maxi' by Joe Bou Eid (2011) Carole participated in Rami Nihawi's short documentary 'Revenging for the Astronaut' (2007), and in short films such as 'Hawa Beirut' by Fouad Alaywan (2002), 'Dans le Sang' by Katia Jarjoura (2009) and featured in the horror movie 'Djinn' by Tobe Hooper.