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Birth name  Loubna Azabal
Role  Actress
Name  Lubna Azabal

Years active  1998–present
Nationality  Belgium Morocco
Medium  Actor
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Born  August 15, 1973 (age 42) Brussels, Belgium (1973-08-15)
Alma mater  Royal Conservatory of Brussels
Education  Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel
Notable works and roles  Paradise Now, Incendies, The Honourable Woman
Awards  Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
Movies and TV shows  Incendies, The Honourable Woman, Paradise Now, Rock the Casbah, Goodbye Morocco
Similar People  Melissa Desormeaux‑Poulin, Maxim Gaudette, Andrew Buchan, Hiam Abbass, Denis Villeneuve

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Lubna Azabal (born 15 August 1973) is a Belgian actress, born in Brussels to a Moroccan father and a Spanish mother. After studying at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, she began a theatrical career in Belgium. In 1997, she took her first film role when Belgian film-maker Vincent Lannoo chose her to act beside Olivier Gourmet in his short film J'adore le cinéma. She performs in English, French and Arabic. She was raised trilingual (French, Spanish and Berber).

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Her most widely known film role is in the 2005 Palestinian political thriller, Paradise Now. She appears in a smaller role in Ridley Scott's Body of Lies. She has a lead part alongside Maggie Gyllenhaal in Hugo Blick's 2014 BBC TV miniseries The Honourable Woman.

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Azabal won the Black Pearl Award 2010 (Abu Dhabi Film Festival) for Best Actress for her role in the film Incendies. She also won the Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role at the 31st Genie Awards and the Magritte Award for Best Actress at the 2nd Magritte Awards. She starred opposite Ben Foster in the independent film Here (2011).

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Selected filmography

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  • Pure Fiction (1998)
  • Les Siestes grenadine (1999)
  • Loin (2001)
  • Aram (2002)
  • Une minute de soleil en moins (2002)
  • 25 degrés en hiver (2004)
  • Exils (2004)
  • Changing Times (Les temps qui changent) (2004)
  • Viva Laldjérie (2004)
  • Paradise Now (2005)
  • Strangers (2007)
  • Occupation (2009)
  • Captifs (2010)
  • Incendies (2010)
  • I Am Slave (2010)
  • Coriolanus (2011)
  • Here (2011)
  • Headwinds (2011)
  • Rock the Casbah (2013)
  • Goodbye Morocco (2013)
  • The Marchers (2013)
  • The Honourable Woman (2014) TV miniseries
  • Grain (2015)
  • Catch the Wind (2017)
  • Mary Magdalene (2018)
  • Selected stage appearances

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  • Dona Rosita by Federico García Lorca (1999)
  • L’Horloge et le désert by Ghassan Kanafani (2000)
  • Une nuit arabe by Roland Schimmelpfenning (2002)
  • Le Tampon vert by Aziz Chouaki (2003)
  • L’Île aux esclaves by Marivaux (2006)
  • Awards

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  • Winner: 2015 Magritte Award - Best Supporting Actress for The Marchers
  • Nominated: 2014 Magritte Award - Best Actress for Goodbye Marocco
  • Winner: 2012 Magritte Award - Best Actress for Incendies
  • Winner: 2011 31st Genie Awards - Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for Incendies
  • WInner: 2011 Jutra Award - Best Actress for Incendies
  • Winner: 2011 Vancouver Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress in a Canadian Film for Incendies
  • Winner: 2007 Jerusalem Film Festival - Most Promising Actress for Strangers

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    References

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