Razane Jammal (رزان جمّال) is British-Lebanese actress currently based in London who is fluent in English, French and Arabic.
In 2022, Razane will appear as Lyta Hall in DC Comics 'The Sandman' on Netflix’s global platform and in Marwan Hamed's star-studded film, 'Kira & El Gin’.
Razane has known success both at home and abroad, and has played a variety of roles throughout her career, acting in many different dialects.
Jammal has appeared in French, British and American projects. Among those, three of them had their world premiere at the Cannes Film Festival: ‘Cruel Summer’ (2012) by Kanye West, ‘Une Histoire de Fou’ (2014) by director Robert Guediguian and ‘Carlos’ (2010), her first feature alongside actor Edgar Ramirez by Olivier Assayas - which also received a Golden Globe in 2011. Her other projects include Scott Franks’ ’A walk among the tombstones’ (2014) alongside actor Liam Neeson, the American series ’Berlin Station’ (2016) with Rhys Ifans, Richard Jenkins and Michelle Forbes, Channel 4’s mini-series, 'Chimerica' (2019) with actor Alessandro Nivola and Eric & Quentin’s French comedy ’Bad Buzz’ (2016).
In the Arab world, Razane is most known for her portrayal of Maggie Maccaleb in Netflix's first arabic original series 'Paranormal' (2020) along side actors Ahmed Amin and Ayah Samaha. The show, inspired by the wildly successful books by the late Dr. Ahmed Khalid Tawfik, is directed by Amr Salama and Majed al Ansari. She has also starred along side legend Hend Sabry in MBC’s comedy series ‘Embratoreyet Meen’ (2014), Kosay el Khauli on the second season of the period show ‘Saraya Abedeen’ (2014) and Taim Hassan in her first Pan-Arab series ‘Ana’ (2021) as Joudy. She also played Dr.Iman in the Shahid original show 'Al Shak' (2021) along side Saudi Actress Fatima al Banawi.
She's the former face of Chanel in the Middle East, and has featured on the cover of L’Officiel, Marie Claire, Harpers Bazar, Plastik, and many others.