Mariam Hussein, an Iraqi actress, of Moroccan descent, was born on September 16, 1988 in the city of Tetouan in northern Morocco.
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Name: Mariam Hussein
Name in Arabic: مريم حسين
Full real name: Mariam Hussein Oweidat
Country of nationality: Iraq
Country of origin: Morocco
Date of birth: September 16, 1988
Place of birth: Tetouan, Morocco
Age: 34 years old (as of 2022)
Astrological sign: Virgo
Profession: Actress, singer, TV presenter
Years of activity: 2009 – until now
Social status: divorced
Biography, Life story
Mariam Hussein was born in 1988 in the city of Tetouan in northern Morocco. She started her artistic career in acting in 2009 in the series (The Neighbors), she continued to work after that, and her real beginning was in the series (The Maid).
In 2011, she experimented with singing, when she presented a solo song called (Men Shafafa).
She went through the experience of presenting programs through the competition program (Every Day Mariam), which was shown on (Al-Youm) channel, and was criticized by the audience for being fake and intrusive on Emirati nationality, and presented it in two seasons in 2012 and 2013.
In 2020, Mariam Hussein was sentenced to one month in prison and deported from the UAE after being charged with “indecent assault” in the leaked video clip of her dancing with the American singer Tyga, which was filmed three years ago, on her birthday. She told the Kuwaiti newspaper, Al-Rai, that she “regretted” the video, and said that she had not developed an alternative plan and that it was impossible for her to live outside the United Arab Emirates, considering it her country in which she lived and grew up, and which could not breathe air other than her air, especially since her mother She has lived there for 35 years, as well as her three-year-old daughter, “her school and her whole life is here,” according to her statement.
List of works – Filmography
The Neighbors (2009), Leaves of Love, Eid Night, Days of Farag (2010), Girls of Sugar Plants, Ghashmshem – Part VI, The Maid, Marriage – Part Two (2011), The Path of Al-Wafa (2012), Early Morning, Sabaya 5, Perfume of Heaven Ya Malika my heart (2013), Papers from the Past (2014).
Al-Tartangi (2011), Doha’s Got Talent (2012).
Awards and Honors
Best Promising Actress Award from (The First Jordan Festival for Arab Media) for her role in the series (The Night of Eid) in 2010.
Best Gulf Actress Award from (Festival of Excellence in Ramadan) for her role in the series (Darb Al Wafa) Alam 2012.