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Lubna Azabal stars in "Coriolanus," opposite Ralph Fiennes, as Tamora. She will next be seen in Ismael Ferroukhi's "Free Men" and Gabriel Ranae's "I Am Slave."

Born in Belgium, Lubna Azabal attended The Kleine Academie and Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles before launching her career in acting.

Her numerous film credits include André Techiné's "Loin," Robert Kechichian's "Aram," Michel Deville's "Un Monde Presque Paisible," Tony Gatlif's "Exils" (winner of the Stage Directing Award at the Cannes
Lubna Azabal in "Coriolanus"
Lubna Azabal Coriolanus
Lubna Azabal in "Coriolanus" - © The Weinstein Company
Film Festival in 2004), Hany Habbu Assad's "Paradise Now" (winner of the Golden Globes Award in 2006 for Best Foreign Language Film), Tadmor & Nattiv's "Strangers," for which she won Most Promising Actress at the Jerusalem Film Festival, Jalil Lespert's "24 Mesures," Ridley Scott's "Body of Lies," Denis Villeneuve's "Incendies," Braden King's "Here," and Alexandre Arcady's "Comme Les 5 Dougts de la Main."

Azabal's television credits include the telefilm "Bajo el Mismo Cielo," the French series "Suite Noire" and the BBC drama "Occupation."

Her stage credits include "Dona Rosita," "L'horloge et le Desert," "Une Nuit Arabe," "Le Tampon Vert" and "L'ile des Esclaves."

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