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Morjana Alaoui


Morjana Alaoui was born in 1983 in Casablanca, Morocco. She is an actress, known for Martyrs (2008), Rock the Casbah (2013) and Golakani Kirkuk - The Flowers of Kirkuk (2010). See full bio »
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 2017 Burnout (post-production)
Ines
 2014-2017 The Red Tent (TV Mini-Series)
Ahouri
- Episode #1.4 (2017) ... Ahouri
- Episode #1.3 (2017) ... Ahouri
- Part 2 (2014) ... Ahouri
 2016/XIV Broken
Evie
 2014 Scintilla
Dr. Lyla Healy
 2013 Traitors
Jad
 2013 Rock the Casbah
Sofia
 2011 Forces spéciales
Maina
 2010 Le Rodba (Short)
Nina
 2008 Martyrs
Anna
 2005 Marock
Rita
  Haters
Elise Collier
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 2017 Broken Things: The Death of Dougie (Video short)
Herself
 2017 Broken Things: The Making of Broken (Video short)
Herself
 2017 Broken Things: The VFX of Broken (Video short)
Herself
 2009 Martyrs: Chroniques organiques (Video documentary)
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Cousin of Laïla Marrakchi, a Moroccan filmmaker famous for her controversial film "Marock", in which Alaoui co-starred.

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