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    Lotfi Abdelli

    By Sana Ajmi | Oct 17 2011 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

    Tags: film festival ,hadhra ,lotfi abdelli ,national theater ,nourii bouzid

    Lotfi Abdelli was born on March 14th, 1970, in Tunis. He is an actor and a dancer. He started his artistic career in a conservatory in Tunis under the direction of Anne-Marie Sellami, then worked at the ballet of the National Theater under the supervision of Mohamed Driss, and subsequently at the Tunisian National Ballet under the direction of Nawel Skandrani and Imed Jemaa. He joined the Hadhra Spectacle of Fadhel Jaziri as a dancer.

    As actor he won the award for Best Actor at the 2006 Carthage Film Festival for his role in the movie Making of Nouri Bouzid.

    He participated in a number of Tunisian series such as Njoum Ellil and Sayd Errim and many others. He is also well-known for his one-an show Made in Tunisia 2009.

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