Fares Landoulsi plays the role of a talented composer in Tunisian series Awled El Ghoul (The Ghoul’s Sons), which is directed by Mourad Ben Cheikh and slated to premiere in Ramadan 2021. The series features Fares in an intense conflict that puts him at a crossroads, where he has to choose whether to pursue his passion as a musician or to live under the wing of his father, who has different plans for him.
In 2020, Fares has drawn the attention of audiences and critics alike through is breakthrough in Netflix's Messiah, enjoying massive success that stirred a global buzz. Marking Fares’s first Ramadan series, Awled El Ghoul’s official trailer has released on the official accounts for Attessia TV, where the series is slated to premiere.
Awled El Ghoul is a 30-episode social drama that features complex family relationships within the life’s conflicts and crossroads. Directed by Mourad Ben Cheikh and written by Rafika Boujday, the series is headlined by a stellar cast of A-list Tunisian stars besides Fares Landoulsi, including Fethi Haddaoui, Wahida Dridi, Chekra Rammeh, and Helmi El Daridi. In addition, the series’ opening theme song has recently released on Attessia TV’s official account, featuring Tunisian singer Saber Rebai.
Fares Landoulsi is a young Tunisian actor who was selected by Screen International among the Arab Stars of Tomorrow for 2019. In the beginning of 2020, Fares starred in Netflix’s thriller Messiah. His repertoire also includes the short film Omertà (2018) that took part in the Director’s Fortnight section at the Cannes Film Festival and won him rave reviews for his astounding performance.