Mad Celebrity Saba Mubarak
Mad Celebrity Saba Mubarak
Mad Celebrity Saba Mubarak
Mad Celebrity Saba Mubarak

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Saba Mubarak is one of the very few Arab stars whose filmography includes a large number of highly successful works both internationally and throughout the Arab world. Mubarak has received several awards, including the Special Jury Award at the Arab Theater Festival, the Best Actress Award at the Middle East Now Festival in Italy, and two-time Best Jordanian Actress awards in 2009 and 2010. In addition to these awards, Mubarak won the Best Actress Award at the Silk Road International Film Festival for her role in The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul, which also won a staggering seven awards from international film festivals. Mubarak participated in the 2018 Ramadan race with her role in the hit TV series Tayea' and competed in Ramadan 2019 with her TV series Obour.

Mubarak has had a wide range of experience as a jury member at international film festivals. She was selected as a jury member of the International Emmy Awards two times, the last of which was last year, as a jury member of the Feature and Short Competitions at the Malmo Arab Film Festival in Sweden, the Amman International Film Festival in Jordan, and the 38th Cairo International Film Festival. In 2018, she joined as a jury member at the Short Film Competition at the 2nd El Gouna Film Festival. Marking a comeback to the Bedouin drama, Mubarak starred in a Bedouin TV series, Haris Al Jabal (The Mountain’s Guardian), which premiered on TV in Ramadan 2020.

In September 2021, Saba attended the world premiere of her film Amira, by Mohamed Diab, at the 78th Venice International Film Festival. The film won three awards at the festival: the Lanterna Magica Award, the Enrico Fulchignoni Award, and the 10th INTERFILM Award for Promoting Interreligious Dialogue.

With a dazzling look that captured all the guests, Saba also attended the Arab world premiere of the film at the Feature Narrative Competition of the fifth El Gouna Film Festival (GFF) a few weeks later, in October 2021. Besides its awards at the Venice Film Festival, Amira also won numerous awards at other international festivals.

Furthermore, her film Daughters of Abdul-Rahman won the Audience Award (Youssef Cherif Rizkallah Award) following its world premiere in the International Competition of Cairo International Film Festival and screened at the Red Sea International Film Festival (RSIFF) in 2021

In the same year, Saba graced the cover of Marie Claire Arabia, where she was wearing Gucci’s Pre-Fall 2021 collection.

In 2023, She starred in the second season of ANBAR 6, in which she reprised her role as Laila, who faces more challenges as she navigates her life in prison while also trying to unearth the secrets of her lineage and searching for a vindication of her innocence.

Subsequently, Saba went on to turn heads with her impressive performance in two back-to-back series this year —the off-season series BEIN EL SOTOUR and the Ramadan series LAHZET GHADAB—generating a huge buzz that spread like wildfire through word of mouth, elevating Saba to a social media trend in Egypt and the Arab World and propelling the series to the top of the viewership charts.

Her upcoming work on the small screen is the Netflix original series MAW’ED MA’A AL MADY, which features a star-studded cast, including veteran actor Mahmoud Hemida, Asser Yassin, and Shereen Reda, who all come together under the helm of Al Sadeer Massoud.

On the film side, her latest film is the highly anticipated and well-funded war film ALSERB, by Ahmed Nader Galal, alongside Ahmed El Sakka, Hend Sabri, Sherif Mounir, and many more.

Before that, she headlined Ihsan Abdel-Quddous’ widely popular A NOSE AND THREE EYES, featuring Dhaffer L'Abidine, with Amir Ramsis helming the film and Wael Hamdy serving as a scriptwriter. The film world premiered at the third edition of the Red Sea International Film Festival and was released in cinemas.

Saba Mubarak Jordanian Actress
Social Media Fans
  • Soon Al SERB
  • Soon Al Raheb (The Monk)
  • 2021 Amira
  • 2021 Banat Adbulrahman (Daughters of Adbulrahman)
  • 2017 Mosafer: Halab-Istanbul (The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul)
  • 2015 Al-Thaman (The Price)
  • 2012 Mamlakat Al Naml (Kingdom of Ants)
  • 2012 Hamilton: Men Inte om det Gäller din Dotter (Agent Hamilton: But Not If It Concerns Your Daughter)
  • 2012 Hamilton: I Nationens Intresse (Hamilton: In the Interest of the Nation)
  • 2010 Bentein Men Misr (Two Girls from Egypt)
  • 2010 Modon Transit (Transit Cities)
  • 2008 Junoon Al-Hob (Madness of Love)
  • 2007 Kharej Al-Taghteya (Out of Coverage)
  • 2003 Safar Al-Ajneha (Travel of the Wings)
  • 2003 L'Odyssée (The Odyssey)
  • Soon Amira
  • 2021 Banat Adbulrahman (Daughters of Adbulrahman)
  • 2019 Zain
  • 2017 Mosafer: Halab-Istanbul (The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul)
  • 2013 Obour (Crossing)
Tv Series
  • 2023 ANBAR 6 season 2
  • 2023 Laylat El-Skout
  • 2022 Suits
  • 2022 Touba
  • 2022 Anbar 6
  • 2020 Nemra Etnein (This Other Thing)
  • 2020 Hares Al Jabal (The Mountain Guard)
  • 2019 Obour (Crossing)
  • 2018 Tayea'
  • 2017 Hekayat Banat 3 (Girls' Tales)
  • 2017 Hekayat Banat 2 (Girls' Tales)
  • 2016 Afrah Al Qobba (Wedding Song)
  • 2015 Haq Mayyet (Rights of a Deceased Person)
  • 2015 Al Ahd: Al Kalam Al Mubah (The Covenant: The Permissible Speech)
  • 2014 Tawq Al Asphalt (The Ring of Asphalt)
  • 2013 Zain
  • 2013 Mouga Harra (Heatwave)
  • 2013 Asia
  • 2013 Khalaf Allah
  • 2012 Ma Betekhlas Hekayetna (Our Story Will Never End)
  • 2012 Hekayat Banat (Girls' Tales)
  • 2012 Sharbat Louz (Almond Syrup)
  • 2012 Fee Meil (Female Show)
  • 2011 Al-Za'eem (The Leader)
  • 2011 Kashf El-Aqne'ah (Removing the Masks)
  • 2011 A’ilah Ajab (A Wondrous Family)
  • 2011 Wein Matkaha Ewja
  • 2011 Bath Bayakhah (Silly Broadcast)
  • 2010 Ana Al-Quds (I Am Jerusalem)
  • 2010 Wara'a El-Shams (Behind the Sun)
  • 2009 Balqis: The Queen of Sheba
  • 2008 Ahl Al Gharam 2 (People of Love)
  • 2008 Naseem Al Rouh (Breeze of the Soul)
  • 2008 Seraa Ala El Remal (Wars on Sand)
  • 2008 Oyoun Alia (Alia’s Eyes)
  • 2008 Al Ijtiyah (The Invasion)
  • 2007 Haza Al-Aalam (This World)
  • 2007 Nimer Bin Adwan
  • 2007 Seerat Al-Hob (Love Issues)
  • 2006 Du'aah Ala Abwab Juhannam (A Prayer at the Gates of Hell)
  • 2006 Al-Wardah Al-Akheerah (The Last Rose)
  • 2006 Sada Al-Rouh (Echo of the Soul)
  • 2006 Ahl Al-Gharam (People of Love)
  • 2006 Khaled Ben Al-Waleed
  • 2005 Al-Shams Toshreq Min Jadeed (The Sun Rises Again)
  • 2005 Akher Ayyam Al Yamamah (The Last Days of Al Yamama)
  • 2005 Khalf Al-Qudban (Behind Bars)
  • 2003 Al-Hajjaj
  • 2002 Al-Arwah Al-Muhajerah (Migrating Souls)
  • 2002 Omar Khayyam
  • 1998 Al Kawaser (The Raptors)
  • 1998 Shawk El-Rahaf
  • 1998 Qamar wa Sahar (Qamar and Sahar)
Saba is known for her dazzling and showstopping looks on the red carpet at several international film festivals and magazine covers. She appeared on many magazine covers, the last of which were Vogue Arabia, Sayedaty, Enigma, and Harper's Bazaar. She wore several dresses made by A-list designers, such as Marmar Halim, Laith Maalouf, Tatyana Aceeva, and Laith Nijem. In 2018, Saba was chosen by Omega Watches to be its new brand ambassador, making her the only Arab brand ambassador to join Omega’s screen legends.
Awards & Honors
  • 2018 Best Actress Award at the Silk Road International Film Festival
  • 2018 Honored by Her Majesty Queen Noor Al-Hussein Mubarak at the 37th International Arab Youth Congress (IAYC) in Jordan
  • 2015 DearGuest EXCELLENCE AWARD for her role in Haq Mayyet
  • 2012 Best Arab Actress at the Tyche Awards, Jordan
  • 2009 Dubai Drama Award for Balqis: The Queen of Sheba TV series
  • 2009 Special Jury Award at the Arab Theatre Festival
  • 2003 Best Actress Award at the Middle East Now Festival in Italy
A Big Warm Heart
    Mubarak participated in many charity activities related to refugees, including Step With Refugees Challenge to support and honor the Syrian refugees who cut long distances searching for safety. She also took part in the Refugee Voices in Film event that was hosted by UNHCR Egypt to highlight the power and impact of film in standing with refugees through film. Mubarak starred and produced The Guest: Aleppo-Istanbul, which features several real Syrian refugees who are acting for the first time, and Obour TV series, which highlights the daily struggles in the lives of the refugees.
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