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Marwa Khalil

Marwa Khalil

Marwa Khalil has been an actress since the age of eighteen. Her passion about the theater started at school when her teacher, the famous actress and director Betty Taoutel, advised her to enroll at the Saint Joseph University. There, she graduated with a BA in Theater Studies winning the best actress award of the promotion Atom Egoyan in the presence of the director.

After graduation, she acted in many plays which were directed by some of the greatest directors in Lebanon at the time, such as Roger Assaf, Naji Souraty, Joe Kodeih and Betty Taoutel. In 2006, she moved to Tangier, Morocco to work as a journalist in Medi1Sat television channel. During her stay, she found out that Morocco is overflowed with cinematographic productions.

Then, she starred in television series on the Moroccan television (RTM) and played in foreign productions, alongside with international actors such as Jean du Jardin and Claudia Cardinale. Upon her arrival in Casablanca, she had her first play "Vente O ZoMore

Marwa Khalil has been an actress since the age of eighteen. Her passion about the theater started at school when her teacher, the famous actress and director Betty Taoutel, advised her to enroll at the Saint Joseph University. There, she graduated with a BA in Theater Studies winning the best actress award of the promotion Atom Egoyan in the presence of the director.

After graduation, she acted in many plays which were directed by some of the greatest directors in Lebanon at the time, such as Roger Assaf, Naji Souraty, Joe Kodeih and Betty Taoutel. In 2006, she moved to Tangier, Morocco to work as a journalist in Medi1Sat television channel. During her stay, she found out that Morocco is overflowed with cinematographic productions.

Then, she starred in television series on the Moroccan television (RTM) and played in foreign productions, alongside with international actors such as Jean du Jardin and Claudia Cardinale. Upon her arrival in Casablanca, she had her first play "Vente O ZoMore