Tunisian actor Fares Landoulsi has recently joined the cast of the Tunisian drama “Wled El Ghoul” by Director Mourad Ben Cheikh.
This new drama, due to premiere in Ramadan 2021, will mark Landoulsi’s first appearance in a Ramadan drama, following his overwhelming success in Netflix’s Messiah series in 2020.
Directed by Mourad Ben Cheikh and written by Rafika Boujday, the 30-episode “Wled El Ghoul” is a social drama that retraces the different aspects of the lives of several characters, their daily paradoxes and conflicts as their paths intersect.
The new series will be premiered on the Tunisian TV channel Attessia.
Along with Fares Landoulsi, “Wled El Ghoul” is performed by Fethi Al Hadawi, Wahida Dridi, Helmi Dridi, Sarra Hanachi, Youssef Meksi, Maram Ben Aziza, Yasmin Boabid, Fethi Meslmani, and Chakra Ramah.
Fares Landoulsi is a young Tunisian actor who was selected by Screen International among the Arab Stars of Tomorrow for 2019.
In 2020, he won his breakthrough role in Netflix’s Messiah. Prior to that, he starred in several films that earned him critical acclaim, including Omertà (2018), which was part of the Directors’ Fortnight section at the Cannes Film Festival.