Razane Jammal is a British Lebanese actress who is fluent in English, French, and Arabic and has had enormous success both at home and abroad, playing a variety of roles throughout her career and acting in several dialects.
In the Arab world, Razane is best known for her role in Marwan Hamed’s KIRA & El GIN and portraying Sara in the Shahid original drama AL THAMAN alongside Bassel Khaiat.
Razane also appeared in THE SANDMAN — a widely successful adaptation based on one of the best-selling DC comic novels of the same name, which featured on Netflix’s top 10 English series and is one of the most popular TV shows according to IMDb. Starring alongside a slew of Hollywood A-listers, Razane is the series' only Arab star.
Her other projects include A WALK AMONG THE TOMBSTONES (2014) alongside actor Liam Neeson with THE QUEEN'S GAMBIT's director Scott Franks; the American series Berlin Station (2016) with Rhys Ifans, Richard Jenkins, and Michelle Forbes; Channel 4's mini-series CHIMERICA (2019) with actor Alessandro Nivola; and Eric and Quentin's French comedy BAD BUZZ (2016).
Additionally, her most recent TV series Al-Thaman — which featured Bassel Khaiat, was created by MBC, and premiered on Shahid — which had the highest viewership in the Arab world at the time of its release, and a guest appearance on Menna Shalaby’s Ramadan 2023 drama TAGHYER GAW.
Shifting gears to her activities outside of her acting career, Razane is Dior's ambassador for women's collections in the Middle East and attended Cartier’s Panthère de Cartier Show in Dubai alongside a group of high-profile celebrities.
Finally, the international actress starred in Memaar Al-Morshedy’s Ramadan 2023 ad for the North Coast project ZAHRA, in which she sang and danced alongside Mahmoud El-Esseily, with Middle Eastern audiences taking to social media platforms to fawn over her beauty and jovial nature.
Also, after their success in Shahid’s hit series AL THAMAN, Razane and Bassel Khaiat reunited once more to work on the Ramadan 2023 ad for Zain, which broke around 10m views in its first week.