Meet The Lebanese-British Actress Starring In The DC Comics ‘The Sandman’


Currently based in London, the celebrated Razane Jammal is a Lebanese-British actress who, for years, has been gracing the world of entertainment.

The Lebanese actress has known much success at home and abroad, as she has played many roles throughout her career, acting in different dialects. 

She has appeared in French, British, and American projects. Three of them were world-premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, including “Cruel Summer” by Kanye West, “Une Histoire de Fou” by Robert Guediguian, and “Carlos,” which received a Golden Globe in 2011.

In the Middle East, Razane is mostly known for her portrayal of Maggie Maccaleb in Netflix’s first Arabic original series “Paranormal.” She also starred alongside the Tunisian legend Hend Sabry in MBC’s comedy series “Embratoreyet Meen,” among others.

Most recently, Razane has appeared as Lyta Hall in the DC Comics “The Sandman,” one of the most streamed on Netflix, and in Marwan Hamed’s “Kira & El Gin,” which became one of the highest-grossing films in Egyptian Film History.

She also starred in the film “TV Society” with the Lebanese actor Fouad Yammine.

In addition to acting, Razane Jammal influenced the world of fashion as she was chosen to become an official ambassador of Dior’s women’s collection for the Middle East

She is also the former face of luxurious fashion brands, including Chanel, and was featured on the covers of prestigious magazines, such as Marie Claire, Vogue Arabia, Elle Arabia, Harpers Bazar, Plastik, and many others. 

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