Fares Landoulsi’s starring role in new Russian series

It’s not every day that one of a country’s most famous actors is hired to play the lead in a TV series in a completely different country. That’s exactly what happened to Fares Landoulsi, arguably one of Tunisia’s most famous actors, best known for his role in the series ‘Messiah’ and ‘Ouled El Ghoul’.

Tunisian actor Fares Landoulsi announced on social media his new involvement in a new project, saying “A scoop and good news for you all, I’ve been preparing for some time for my new project, my new character and my TV series”.

In his announcement, the Tunisian star highlighted his career because his fans have found him in characters who shake things up, question, reflect, and try to touch the viewer deeply, to grab them with emotion.

“I’m very immersed in this new “incarnation”, but something upsetting is going through my system like I’m shedding my snakeskin, or rather, sometimes I find my dead snakeskin and I burst into tears, unable to stop thinking about SAMER,” he said.

In a statement to TunisianMonitorOnline, Fares Landoulsi said, “I’m sharing some exciting news about my latest project, which just wrapped filming a few days ago.”

“I am delighted to announce that I have been selected for a lead role in a new Russian series. My agency founded and run by Spokeman Salem Daldoul conducted the casting process, who represents me in Tunisia, the Middle East and around the world”, he continued.

He pridefully added, “after the success of ‘Messiah’ and ‘Ouled El Ghoul’, I am honoured to play this important role. The series comprises six episodes and will be broadcast on one of Russia’s most internationally renowned platforms over the next year. This project is truly groundbreaking and represents a new chapter in my career”.

Fares Landoulsi promised his fans an unusual narrative and moving actions in favour of justice, peace, tolerance and human rights, and made them watch with vigilance, made them think deeply while watching, which made them intelligent because some of his parts speak to them between the lines and with body language.

Speaking in a separate connection, the Tunisian star expressed his excitement at being “selected to join the Conservatoire des Arts du Spectacle ”AMDA” family”.

Graduating from AMDA is not just about becoming an extraordinary artist; it’s also an incredible chance to join a group of creative individuals who are pushing boundaries and making their mark on the industry.

This is where a budding artist’s journey takes off… sometimes literally! Like AMDA alumna Sasha Calle, who recently joined the DC Universe as Supergirl in the recent film ‘The Flash’.

For over 50 years, AMDA has launched some of the most successful careers in theatre, film and television. AMDA trains industry professionals who don’t just wait for life to happen to them – they chart their career path. Our graduates are seen by millions of people on stages, film sets and cinema screens around the world, changing the way we think about art in the 21st century.

Very proud of himself, Fares Landoulsi said: “As soon as I arrived in Dubai, I was contacted by one of the biggest acting and modelling agencies interested in my profile. This is the professional fashion modelling and social media training agency (FP Models), and today the meeting went very well and we signed the contract”.

FP Models, originally established as a modelling agency in 2016, currently operates as both an agency and an academy for all things fashion.  FP Models exclusively represents the interests and rights of models worldwide.

Fares Landoulsi is a young Tunisian actor who first trained in theatre at the Hassan-Zmerli Association, then studied at the Institut supérieur d’art dramatique in Tunis from 2013 to 2015. He then joined the Cours Florent in Paris from 2015 to 2017.

He has been selected by Screen International as one of the Arab stars of tomorrow for 2019. In 2020, he landed his first role in Netflix’s Messiah.

Before that, he starred in several films that won him critical acclaim, including Omertà (2018), which was part of the Directors’ Fortnight section at the Cannes Film Festival.

TunisianMonitorOnline (NejiMed)

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