MAD Celebrity Kinda Alloush
MAD Celebrity Kinda Alloush
MAD Celebrity Kinda Alloush
MAD Celebrity Kinda Alloush

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Kinda Alloush is a Cairo-based Syrian actress who started off her acting career in Syrian dramas that were widespread and successful across the Arab world at the time. Eventually, Kinda’s talent and ambition enabled her to make her way through the Egyptian TV and film industry, further establishing herself as singular talent among her peers.

She has an extensive repertoire of notable works with significant directors across the Arab world, including Chaouki Mejeri, Haitham Hakki, Sherif Arafa, Hatem Ali, Khaled Marei, Mohamed Yassin, and Marwan Hamed.

Kinda graduated from the Higher Institute for Dramatic Arts in Damascus, where she studied theater criticism. She also studied French literature and briefly dabbled in theatrical direction as an assistant director before deciding to become an actress in 2005.

She made her acting debut in 2005 in a TV drama called Ashwak Naaeima. She then followed that up by working on several successful series, including Shaghaf, Alzzahir Bybrs, Ahkad Khafeya, Fajr Akhar, Sultana, Zel Amra'a, Hassiba, Hokm Al Adala, and Alaijtiah, which tackled the Israeli invasion of Palestinian cities and villages in 2002. The series was directed by Chaouki Mejeri and received an Emmy Award, making it the first Arab work to receive such an award.

In 2007, Kinda made her first foray into the film Industry in Hadetha A'la El Tareeq by Syrian director Rasha Sharbatgy. She then starred in Halawet El Rouh by Syrian director Laila Awad and Altajli Al'akhir li Ghaylan Aldamashqi by Syrian director Haitham Hakki in 2008. The following year, Kinda took part in Mara Okhra by Syrian writer and director Joud Said.

Kinda’s talent attracted a large number of film auteurs across the Arab world immediately, allowing her to take part in several Arab films and TV dramas, eventually appearing in the Egyptian TV hit Hedou' Nesbi by director late Tunisian director Chaouki Mejeri, in which she starred along a large number of Arab TV stars in 2009. In the same year, Kinda also starred in the Egyptian blockbuster Welad El-Am by Sherif Arafa.

Choosing to return to her TV roots, Kinda also worked on the Egyptian drama Ahl Cairo and the Syrian dramas Al A'shk El Haram and Wilada Min Alkhasira.

In 2012, Kinda decided to settle in Egypt to take part in a number of outstanding TV series, including Khaled Marei’s Niran Sadeeka in 2013, for which she won the Excellence Award at the Oscar ART; Al Ahd (El Kalam El Mobah); A'd Tanazoly in 2014; Mohamed Yasine’s Afrah AlQoba in 2016; along with Hagar Gohanam and Ahl Al Gharam in 2017.

Kinda’s filmography also includes a plethora of box office hits, including Al Maslaha (2012) by director Sandra Nashaat, and the highest-grossing romantic film in the history of Egyptian cinema Hepta: The Last Lecture (2016), along with other films that screened at international festivals.

These films include Hady Al-Bagouri’s Wahid Saheeh (2011), in which she played the role of a Christian girl in a love story doomed to fail; the social comedy film Excuse My French (2014) by director Amr Salama, which shed light on religious differences; and the fantasy film The Originals (2017) by Marwan Hamed; as well as other films, like Brtita, Al-Fgomi (2011), and 33 Youm (2013).

In 2020, Kinda was featured in Dai El Amar — a stand-alone episode that addressed the concept of artificial insemination in the Arab world for the first time. Dai El Amar aired on DMC and Watch It and is part of six stories featured in the TV series Ella Ana.

She was also featured in the Shahid original series Setat Beit Al-Maadi, ( Maadi’s Housewives), which was screened in December 2021. Directed by Mohamed Salama and written by Mohamed Ezzat, the series is the Arabic version of the US series Why Women Kill. Alongside Kinda Alloush, it stars Injy El-Mokkaddem, Tara Emad, Sabry Fawaz, Enjy Kiwan, Mirhan Hussein, and Ahmed Wafik, among other guest stars.

In 2022, Kinda starred in Netflix’s THE SWIMMERS, which quickly became a hit, ranking first in the list of the Top 10 movies on Netflix in a number of Arab countries, including Egypt, Lebanon, Kuwait, Morocco, the UAE, and Saudi Arabia.

THE SWIMMERS held its world premiere at the Cairo International Film Festival and was the opening film at the 47th Toronto International Film Festival. It was also shown at a number of other film festivals, including the BFI London Film Festival, the Marrakech International Film Festival, and the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival.

THE SWIMMERS' success continues to astound everyone, especially after being nominated for a BAFTA Award for Outstanding British Film of the Year. The film was written and directed by Sally El-Husseiny and is based on the true story of Yusra and Sara Mardini — Syrian refugee sisters who made it to the Olympics.

Furthermore, Kinda is starring in the upcoming film Balaleen by director Moataz El-Tony, and Yellow Bus — a co-production between the US, Mexico, India, Jordan, and the UAE that will be available exclusively on OSN as one of its originals following its screenings in theaters and international film festivals

Besides her remarkable history as an actress, Kinda’s work as an assistant director includes a number of distinguished titles, including Haval Amin's film The Nativity and Nabil al-Maleh's Hunting Party. She also directed the documentary film Fi Mahab Al-Rih, which highlighted the suffering of Syrian workers in Lebanon. She also prepared and assisted in directing the documentary series Ighraa Speaks about the Syrian star Ighraa.

Kinda was also selected as a jury member in a number of festivals, including the juries of the Freedom Films Competition at the Luxor African Film Festival, the 32nd and 39th Cairo International Film Festival, the Tropfest Arabia Short Film Festival, the Alexandria Film Festival for Mediterranean Countries in 2013, and the Short Film Competition within the El Gouna Film Festival in 2020.

On the humanitarian side, Kinda has always been keen to take part in a lot of initiatives that support refugees from around the globe and especially from Syria. Kinda’s support is also not limited to simply being the cause’s ambassador, as she is keen to attend field activities and visit refugee camps in different areas, which got her name on the UN Refugee Agency’s High Profile Supporters List.

Kinda Alloush Syrian Actress
Social Media Fans
  • Soon Yellow Bus
  • Soon Balaleen (Balloons)
  • 2022 The Swimmers
  • 2022 Nezouh
  • 2017 El-Asleyeen (The Originals)
  • 2016 Hepta: El Mohadra Al Akheira (Hepta: The Last Lecture)
  • 2014 Betawqit Elqahera (Cairo Time)
  • 2014 La Mo'akhza (Excuse My French)
  • 2012 Al-Maslaha (The Deal)
  • 2012 Bartita (Unruly Friends)
  • 2011 Wahid Saheeh (The Right One)
  • 2011 Al-Fgomi (Al Fajoumi: Ahmed Fouad Negm)
  • 2009 Youm Sedour El Hokm (The Day of Sentence)
  • 2009 Welad El-Amm (The Cousins)
  • 2009 Mara Okhra (Once Again)
  • 2008 Halawet El Rouh (The spirit’s Beauty)
  • 2007Hadetha A'la El Tareeq (Accident on the Road)
  • 2007 Shaghaf (Passion)
  • 2009 Alghurba' (The Strangers)
  • 2012 33 Youm (33 Days)
Tv Series
  • 2021 Setat Beit Al-Maadi (Maadi’s Housewives)
  • 2020 Ilaa Ana (Except Me)
  • 2018 Waklinaha walea (sbae sanayae) (On Fire (Multi-Talented))
  • 2017 Ahl Al Gharam 3 (People Love S3)
  • 2017 Hagar Gohanam: Black Widows (Hell Stone)
  • 2016 Afrah AlQoba (Celebrations of Al-Qobba)
  • 2015 Esteefa (Duty Officer)
  • 2015 Al Ahd: Al Kalam Al Mubah (The Covenant)
  • 2014 Dalaa Banat (Girls' Indulgence)
  • 2014 A'd Tanazoly (Countdown)
  • 2014 Elsabaa Wasaya (The Seven Commandments)
  • 2013 Sanaoud Baad Kalil (We Will Be Right Back)
  • 2013 Neeran Sadeeqa (Friendly Fire)
  • 2012 Wilada Min Alkhasira 2 (Born from the Flank 2)
  • 2012 Ala Kaf 'Afreet (On Tipping Point)
  • 2012 Albaltaji (The Bully)
  • 2012 Banat El-Aela (Family Girls)
  • 2011 Wiladah Min Al-Khasira ((Born from the Flank))
  • 2011 Al A'shk El Haram (A Taboo Adore)
  • 2012 Al Khafafish (The Bats)
  • 2010 Ahl Cairo (Cairo's People)
  • 2010 El Habib El Awlany (First Lover)
  • 2010 El Bok'a El Soda (The Black Spot)
  • 2010 Haret Al Yaqout (Sapphire Lane)
  • 2010 Matloub Rejal (Wantd Men)
  • 2009 Hidou Nisbee (Relative Serenity)
  • 2009 Sahabat Saif (Summer Cloud)
  • 2009 A'la Qayd El Hayah (Alive)
  • 2009 Sera'a El Mal (Money Struggle)
  • 2008 Bok'et Dao'e 6 (Spot Light 6)
  • 2008 Heek Etjwazna (We Got Married Like This)
  • 2008 Ra'ehat Al Matar (The Smell of Rain)
  • 2008 Altajli Al'akhir li Ghaylan Aldamashqi (The Last Transfiguration of Ghaylan Al-Dimashqi)
  • 2008 Khabar A'ajel (Breaking News)
  • 2008 Wajh El A'dala (Face of Justice)
  • 2008 Youm Momter Akhar (Another Rainy Day)
  • 2007 Fajr Akhar (Another Dawn)
  • 2007 Sultana
  • 2007 Zel Amra'a (A shadow of A Woman)
  • 2007 Alaijtiah (The Invasion)
  • 2006 Hassiba
  • 2007 Gonon El Asr (The Madness of the Era)
  • 2005 'Ashwak naaeima (Soft Thorns)
  • 2006 Ahqad Khafiyah (Hidden Grudges)
  • 2005 Al Zaher Baybars
Awards & Honors
  • An award for her role in the TV drama Hidou Nisbee
  • Murex D’Or Award for Best Actress in 2010 for Ahel Cairo
  • Excellence Award for Niran Sadeeqa at the Oscar ART in 2013
  • Jury Member at the 32nd and 39th Cairo International Film Festival
  • Jury Member at the Alexandria Film Festival for Mediterranean Countries
  • Jury Member at the Short Film Competition within El Gouna Film Festival
  • Jury Member of the Freedom Films competition at the Luxor African Film Festival
  • Juror at the Tropfest Arabia Short Film Festival
  • Honored at the Oscar ART for her work in 2013