Hafsia Herzi is a French actress and director, known for Tu mérites un amour (2019), Couscous (2007) and Française (2008).
Date of birth
Hafsia Herzi was born on January 25, 1987 in Manosque, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, France.
Herzi is of Tunisian descent from her father and Algerian from her mother, and is the youngest of a family of four children (two brothers and a sister, Dalila). After her parents' divorce, her father remarried in Algeria. Her mother lives in Marseille, where Herzi grew up.
Details regarding her education are not yet available.
Her love life is not yet publicly known.
Not yet established.
She made her screen acting debut in a 2002 TV movie titled Notes sur le Rire.
Hafsia is perhaps most well known for her Cesar Award and Marcello Mastroianni Award-winning portrayal of Rym in the 2007 film The Secret of the Grain.
She is also notable for her starring roles in, among other films, Dawn of the World (2008); The King of Escape (2009); House of Tolerance (2011); and Certifiee Halal (2014).
She wrote, directed, and starred in the short film Le Rodba (2010).
In 2021, she starred as Nadège in Madame Claude film.
|Born||25th January, 1987|
|Home City||Manosque, France|