Dina El Sherbiny دينا الشربيني

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An Egyptian actress and TV presenter, born in Cairo in 1985. She studied at the Faculty of Mass Communication at October 6 University. After graduating, Dina joined acting workshops, and she also enrolled in enunciation workshops. Dina became famous through the program Windows...Read more that she presented on Dream Channel in 2006, and she also presented the program Prime Youth in 2011. Dina started acting when she entered a competition to choose new actors in order to participate in the series Special Screening, in which she appeared as herself. After that, she participated in the series Girls' Tales, Third Party and Underground. Dina made her film debut in The Party (2013).


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  • Dina El Sherbiny is an Egyptian actress. She started as a TV host for the program “Shababeek” on Dream satellite channel, but her growing admiration to acting made her join the...Read more Marwa Gebril acting school, where she studied for a year. She then auditioned for the TV show “Ard Khas” (Special Screening), where she was chosen to play her real life character. After that she went on to star in TV series like “Moga Harra” (Heat Wave), “Taht el Ard” (Underground) and films like Al Hafla (The Party) and “Sameer Abu Elneel.”

  • An Egyptian actress and TV presenter, born in Cairo in 1985. She studied at the Faculty of Mass Communication at October 6 University. After graduating, Dina joined acting...Read more workshops, and she also enrolled in enunciation workshops. Dina became famous through the program Windows that she presented on Dream Channel in 2006, and she also presented the program Prime Youth in 2011. Dina started acting when she entered a competition to choose new actors in order to participate in the series Special Screening, in which she appeared as herself. After that, she participated in the series Girls' Tales, Third Party and Underground. Dina made her film debut in The Party (2013).

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  • Birth Name:
  • دينا محمد عبدالباري محمد الشربيني




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