Fatima Jebli Ouazzani is a Moroccan actress and television presenter. Born in Tangier, Morocco, she has become one of the most recognizable faces in Morocco's entertainment industry.
Fatima began her career in entertainment at a tender age of 12 when she started acting in theater plays. She then moved on to television and film roles. She is most widely known for her roles in films such as “Les Princes du Désert”, “Les Femmes de Marrakech”, and “L'amour à Rabat”.
Her television career began in the early 2000s, when she started appearing on the popular Moroccan channel 2M. She then went on to host the shows “2M Live” and “Cinéma 2M”. She has also hosted several other programs such as "La maison de l'amour", and "La Famille".
Fatima has also appeared in several international films, such as “The Message”, “The Kingdom of Heaven”, and “The Kite Runner”. She has also starred in television shows like “Taht El Mahboub”, and “The Voice”.
In 2013, Fatima was awarded the prestigious “Prix de la Culture” by the Moroccan Ministry of Culture. This award is given to recognize individuals who have made significant contributions to the culture and arts of Morocco.
In addition to her acting career, Fatima has become a well-known fashion icon in Morocco. She has been featured in several fashion magazines and is often seen wearing stylish, modern outfits. She is also an advocate for women’s rights and empowerment in Morocco.
Fatima is an inspiration to many young women in Morocco. Her success in the entertainment industry, and her dedication to her craft, are an inspiration to aspiring young actors. She is a role model for young women, showing them that it is possible to achieve success in a predominantly male-dominated industry.