INFLUENCERS | 5 Facts You Didn’t Know About Salma Abu Deif

Salma Abu Deif celebrates her birthday on February, and the rising Egyptian star has plenty to celebrate. Abu Deif’s role in Ramadan’s Halawat Al Dunia introduced her to the public and she was soon receiving more offers. In addition to her acting gigs, the Egyptian star has featured in plenty of local editorials and campaigns, including for Chaumet. To mark her 26th birthday, we round up five interesting facts you probably didn’t know about the Egyptian actress and model

She Was A Model Before Pursuing Acting

Before Abu Deif landed her breakout role in Sheikh Jackson, the newly-minted 26-year-old was a model. In a previous conversation with media, the actress reveals that she was modeling for three years before Amr Salama approached her to audition for his 2017 film.

She Was Turned Down From Several Modeling Agencies Because Of Her Height

In 2016, the actress penned an open letter on Facebook addressed to Vogue, where she revealed that she was turned down from top U.S. modeling agencies for not being tall enough. She went on the state that her biggest dream was to be on the cover of Vogue magazine, and traveled to New York to visit top agencies to realize this dream. However, the 162cm model was turned down from 22 agencies because of her height. Despite this Abu Deif would go on to land her first Vogue cover with Vogue Arabia’s May 2018 issues alongside Seba Mubarak, Haya Abdulsalam, Shereen Reda, and Amel Bouchoucha. Dreams do come true.

Her Dream Role Is…

She’s played a love interest (Sheikh Jacson) and a rebellious teenager (Halawet El Donia), but what role would the rising star love to play next? ‘Many come to mind, but I would love to do a girl with psychological issues, a detective, a warrior, or a rockstar’, she said speaking to

Abu Deif’s Favorite Food Is Anything Spicy

When asked to reveal something no one knows about her, the young actress reveals that she loves spicy food, and names checks molokhia as her favorite food.

She Studied Mass Communication in University

Before pursuing modeling as a career, Abu Dief studies Mass Communication in university with the hopes of becoming a television presenter after graduating.

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