Kosai Khauli, a Syrian actor, was born on April 1, 1976 in Tartus, Syria.
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Name: Kosai Khauli
Name in Arabic: قصي خولي
Full real name: Kosai Amid Khauli
Country of nationality: Syria
Date of birth: April 1, 1976
Place of birth: Tartus Governorate, Syria
Age: 46 years (in 2022)
Astrological sign: Aries
Genre: Syrian Drama
Years of activity: 1998 – until now
Social status: single
Father: Amid Khauli (media)
Biography, Life story
Kosai Khauli was born on April 1, 1976 in his village Dahr Safra in Tartous Governorate, Syria. His father is a well-known journalist named Amid Khauli. He initially studied at the Faculty of Law, then joined the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts and graduated from it in 1999. In the same year, he began his career through the movie (A Difficult Memory), and then worked in a large number of television dramas, in addition to presenting a number of artworks in theater and cinema. Despite the fact that the capabilities of Syrian cinema are modest, he gained wide fame and a qualitative leap after the role of (Khedive Ismail).
Kosai Khauli is still not married, and in an interview with the Lebanese media, Nishan Der Harutyunian, he said that he will hold his engagement on November 11, 2011 and his marriage on December 12, 2012, and he justified that that these two dates are distinguished and will not be repeated, and said that the girl he will be associated with is not from the artistic community. However, he returned and stated that he had a “love relationship” with the American artist Naomi Watts, and said that this relationship would allow him to reach the world he had dreamed of since he was a child, in an interview with the MBC channel website.
List of works – Filmography
Little Women (2000), Zeer Salem (2001), Migrating Souls, Lack of Taste and Predominance (2002), Bamboo (2003), Big Dreams (2004), Soft Thorns (2005), Deer in the Wolves Forest, Madness of the Age, Sour grapes (2007), Partners Sharing Desolation (2008), Another Rainy Day (2010), Takht Sharqi, Men of Glory (2011), Naked Souls (2012), We’ll Be Back Soon (2013), Saraya Abdeen, Daughter of Shahbandar (2015).
Screenplay, Dreamy Visions, Lovers, Seven Minutes to Midnight.
Fractions, Odd City, Diplomats, Betting.
He participated in a children’s work called (Information City). He participated with the Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram in filming her song (Yakther). He participated in an American comedy film shot in Hollywood. In September 2014, he opened a television production company called Kosai Khauli Media Group.
Awards and Honors
Kosai Khauli has received several awards:
Adonijah Award 2005 in the category of Best Actor in a Second Role for his role in the series Soft Thorns.
Golden Creativity Award at Cairo Media Festival 2006 for his role in the series Ghazlan in the Forest of Wolves.
Best Arab Actor Award in 2006 for his role in the series Ghazlan in the Forest of the Wolves.
Silver Creativity Award at Cairo Media Festival 2007 in the category of Best Arab Actor for his role in the series Letters of Love and War.
Best Arab Actor Award in 2011 for his role in Takht Sharqi.
The most popular Arab star award in the 2010 poll conducted by Abu Dhabi Satellite Channels Group.
Official website: www.kosaikhauli.net