Fayza Amasaib

Fayza Amasaib

Fayza Amasaib

Actress

Sudan

A Sudanese actress and one of the Sudanese theater pioneers. She was born in Nyala, South Darfur and received her diploma in acting from the Higher Institute of Music and Theater. Fayza participated in many works in Theater, Radio, Television and Cinema beside her profession as a school teacher. Her radio works include “Lovers Under Training”, “Dakltoom in Khartoum”, “Habiba Bet Rahal”, “Love and the Impossible", "The Story of Najaf" and "Death in the Living Times”. Fayza’s TV works include: "Money and Love", "Waiting for Adam", "The Big House" and "The Red Land". She has also participated in several Sudanese plays such as “Dahbaia”, "Syndicate of Divorced Women", "The Tomb of the Light", "Darbkin El Lail" and "One Wife Not Enough". She was also known for her role in the Egyptian film “Date Wine” 1998 directed by Radwan Al-Kashef. She also starred in the Sudanese film “Al-Zein's Wedding” which was written by the famous author El Tayyeb Saleh. In addition, Fayza presented the "Live Night" program on the national radio, which has a great public success. She received many awards and was honored in several Arab festivals, including the Khartoum Arab Film Festival in Sudan and the Arab Theater Festival in Doha, 5th Edition in 2013.