Fresh from the DC FanDome event! Check out the latest trailer for Wonder Woman Watch the trailer. Looking for some great streaming picks? Check out some of the IMDb editors' favorites movies and shows to round out your Watchlist. Sign In. Dina Shihabi Actress. Down this week.
No matter where you know her from, the familiar face of Shihabi has inarguably earned a spot in Hollywood, and is well on her way to making her mark in the industry, representing Arab actors on the big screen. Born in Riyadh to a Saudi father, Shihabi has been breaking the mold since she was seven years old when she took up dance while living in Dubai. Shihabi spoke to Al Arabiya Engli sh, and discussed her childhood in Saudi Arabia, how she landed her acting roles and how her Arab background helped her on her road to becoming a star actress. Tell us about your childhood, and what was it like growing up in Saudi Arabia? I was born in Riyadh and lived there till I was seven. I have really fond memories of that time. There is such a sense of community and family there that I am still friends with a lot of the kids I grew up with. One of them, Lara, who is now a chef in Dubai actually called me last night after watching Jack Ryan and we were crying on the phone together celebrating all of this. I remember watching Captain Majed and Full Hous e. At seven, we moved to Dubai and it felt like an entirely different world.
Shihabi performed in numerous school plays, and was encouraged by her teacher,  Nancy Mock, [ citation needed ] to pursue an acting career. At age 18,  Shihabi moved to New York City in and began pursuing a career in acting; this became a full-time profession for her in She attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts for two years. In February , it was announced that Shihabi was cast in the main role of Dig for the second season of Netflix's science-fiction series, Altered Carbon. She has dance as a hobby. Shihabi's native Arabic dialect is a form of Levantine Arabic. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Saudi Arabian actor.
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