January 13, 1980
|Place of Birth||:||Tunisia|
|Also Known As||:||درة, Dorra Zarrouk, Dora Zarrouk|
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Dorra is a Tunisian actress. She earned her degree in political science in Tunis. Dorra made her way into the acting arena by joining a theater group. Her first performance was in a play titled “Magnoun” (“Insane”) which was directed by Tawfiq Al Gibally. Thereafter Dorra assumed several roles in Tunisian cinema in addition to working on international works such as “Collosseum” which was directed by the English director Telman Reem in 2003. In that production Dorra portrayed the role of the Emperor’s consort. She also took part in another foreign work titled “Louisa’s Journey” which was directed by French director Patrick Foulsan in 2005. Dorra assumed the role of a woman named “A’isha” in that work. As of 2007, Dorra has started participating in Egyptian cinematic works.