Bella Hadid Kicks Off Her Acting Career With A Role In “Ramy”‘, A Show About The Struggles Of Arabs Abroad

CANNES, FRANCE - JULY 11: Bella Hadid attends the "Tre Piani (Three Floors)" screening during the 74th annual Cannes Film Festival on July 11, 2021 in Cannes, France. (Photo by Samir Hussein/WireImage)

Bella Hadid, a Palestinian-Dutch supermodel, has been on a quest for new experiences after a successful modeling career. Now she embarks on a new adventure that will see her make her first appearance on a television series. Hadid will appear as a recurring guest star on Hulu’s “Ramy” season 3. However, no information about Hadid’s role or her relationship with the show’s other characters has been released as of yet.

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“Ramy” has been nominated for many Emmy Awards, making it the first Muslim-American sitcom to do so. The sitcom centers around the lives of an Egyptian-American residing in New Jersey, and it has been running on ‘Hulu’ since 2019. The second season of the show premiered in May, and it has since been renewed for a third season.

Laith Nakli, a British-Syrian actor, Palestinian actor Hiam Abbass, Egyptian actor Amr Waked, “Moon Knight” actress May Calamawy, Canadian-Lebanese comedian Dave Merheje, Palestinian-American actor Mohammed Amer, and American actor Steve Way will also appear in the show.

Ramy’s first season was a huge success, with Ramy Youssef, the show’s writer, director, creator, and executive producer, winning a Golden Globe for Best Actor! Additionally, the second season was a huge hit, with Oscar winner Mahershala Ali starring as Sheik Ali, a dynamic new imam with whom Ramy instantly interacts with and new plots emerge.

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Hadid will undoubtedly be a fantastic addition to the show, as she is one of the most charismatic celebrities and a well-known figure who has used her social media platforms to address a variety of important issues, ranging from mental health awareness to supporting Palestine in their fight against the Israeli occupation. She’ll bring a fresh perspective to the performance and, perhaps, amaze us all!

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