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    Dhafer L’abdine

    By Sana Ajmi | Oct 18 2011 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

    Born in Tunis, in 1972, Dhafer L’abdine is a former professional soccer player who currently works as an actor. Since starting his career, Dhafer has had a marked success as an actor both in Britain and the Middle East.

    Dhafer L’abdine worked for the film “Sex and the City 2,” the Bafta award-winning feature “the Mark of Cain” and “the Stone Merchant.” He also appeared in numerous british high-profile dramas such as “Spooks,” “Wire in the Blood” and “Drama Team.”

    Dhafer’s roles also included “Ziad Elkhalil” in the TV series “Dhakerat El Jassad.” Dhafer is also well-known in Tunisia for his role as “Dali” in the TV series “Maktoub.”

    He also moderated the 22nd anf the 23rd editions of “the Carthage Film Festival.”

    Dhafer speaks fluently English, Arabic, French, and Italian.

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